Master illusionist Vitaty to bring ‘An Evening of Wonders’ to Vilar
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What: Vitality, An Evening of Wonders.
When: Saturday, Feb. 16, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
Where: Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek.
Cost: $38 for adults, $26 for children, $104 for a four-pack.
More information: 970-845-8497, www.vilarpac.org.
It takes a true illusionist to fool even the most famous magicians. After stumping Penn and Teller on their hit TV show “Fool Us,” Vitaly has quickly become known for wowing crowds with his mind-blowing tricks and stunning illusions.
Audiences will have the chance to be amazed by Vitaly with “An Evening of Wonders” at the Vilar Performing Arts Center today at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $38 for adults, $26 for children and $104 for a family four-pack. Tickets can be purchased by calling 970-845-8497 or visiting http://www.vilarpac.org.
About Vitaly Beckman
Born in the Soviet Union and now based in Vancouver, Canada, Vitaly Beckman has always viewed magic as an art form, using his talents as an illusionist to “bring art to life,” as he says. The magician invented and designed all of the illusions for his stage show, “An Evening of Wonders,” which has left audiences around the globe in awe. Combined with his charming and engaging personality, Beckman has created a magic show that elevates tricks and illusions into a thrilling evening of art and entertainment.
“Vitaly fooled us with his humor and amazing magic,” said Penn and Teller in an interview with Playbill. “He is an ingenious inventor, full of charming surprises.”
Called “one of the most captivating and enjoyable illusionists performing in the world today,” by the Chilliwack Progress, Vitality has played sold-out engagements in Las Vegas, Seattle, Detroit, Toronto, Vancouver, Canada, Tel Aviv and Puerto Montt, Chile.
“An Evening of Wonders” is an interactive theatrical show filled with surprises and shocking twists.
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