Venue Details

Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-404-7336
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 78 members
Review from Pam Zidarich
Red Velvet 53 events 21 reviews

Lot of fun!

reviewed Nov 26 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from moonie1001
Red Velvet 101 events 15 reviews

I went to this show last night with my husband and teens. We all enjoyed the show very much. It was a good night out with the family which is not always easy to find something that everyone can equally enjoy.

reviewed Jul 23 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from David M. Heisler
Red Velvet 21 events 8 reviews

The show is in a teeny venue (maybe 50 seats) in a larger theatre complex on Lincoln Avenue, near lots of restaurants, and has been running once/week for years. The performers are two experienced magicians who perform "Chicago-style" close-up...continued

reviewed Jun 22 2016 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

  • “Chicago’s renowned Magic Cabaret grew out of a desire to perform smart magic in an intimate setting. They have more than met their goal.” —Chicago Sun-Times
  • “David Parr and Joe Diamond re-create this golden age in ‘The Magic Cabaret,’ using homely objects like books and light bulbs and (naturally) playing cards to bring their stories of old-time magic to life. The result is by turns funny, surprising, and spooky. But here’s the most amazing part: it really is fun for the whole family, not just the kids.” —Chicago Reader
  • “These two rather cool and comical performers not only amaze you with their dexterity and legerdemain, but also keep you amused.”—Chicago Lawyer Magazine
  • “Scam artists can humbug us, after all, but these magicians answer their call with a humility that renders us perfectly willing to be bamboozled by their chicanery, eagerly assisting them in our deception.” —Windy City Times

Description

This show is recommended for kids 12 years and older. There is some material that might seem scary to younger children.

There’s no intermission.

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