Master Illusionist Albie Selznick in Smoke and Mirrors
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The last date listed for Smoke and Mirrors was Sunday December 18, 2011 / 10:00pm.
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Daniel J. Travanti, a dual Emmy winner for Hill Street Blues, stars in this new drama about a famous German-Jewish architect, whose increasingly complex relationship with a bright young intern, played by Amanda Saunders, threatens to bring his work on a new Holocaust museum crashing down. Written and directed by Oren Safdie, who holds a master's in architecture from Columbia University and whose father is award-winning Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, False Solution is the third in a series of plays set in the world of contemporary building design. His latest thought-provoking entry explores the characters' mutual attraction, as well as their generational and creative conflicts, as they strive to complete their meaningful project. Learn More
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Featured review from LarryRed Velvet
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Superbly authentic, vulnerable and original personal story of a boy becoming a man as he fulfills his dream of becoming a magician. Very good mix of magic tricks and circus arts as Albie Selznick breaks through personal fears in a story that's universal.
Armed with his unique bag of tricks, and his best friend – a giant, life-sized bunny – magician Albie Selznick learns that before he can reach “Master Illusionist” he must first face his fears.
Smoke and Mirrors is a thrilling one-man (and one-bunny) show … with lots of magic! Appropriate for humans 12 and up.