Rob Zabrecky: Magic Castle Magician Debuts Solo Variety Show
The last date listed for An Evening with Rob Zabrecky was Wednesday March 7, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Rob Zabrecky has a very warped sense of humor and an amazing dead pan delivery which kept me in stitches for the whole show. The magic is really secondary and not all that impressive. The show plays, without intermission, like a variety show and it's hit and miss with the other acts. The pseudo-mime (no white face) was excellent, the female magician was OK, and the singing duo came dangerously close to hitting some actual notes. Overall it was a very enjoyable...and silly...evening.
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I thoroughly enjoyed Rob Zabrecky's tongue-in-cheek humor and inventive illusions. The show was set up as somewhat of a variety show w/ haunting musical ukulele numbers and other comedy acts. I enjoyed the David Lynch-ian tone of the entire show...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Zabrecky’s magic could easily be the plot line of a Stephen King novel, if Stephen King wrote comedy.” —Magic Magazine
“Rob Zabrecky – the name means ‘Abracadabra,’ sideways…” —LA Weekly
_An Evening with Rob Zabrecky: Mourning the Moon, Digital Dancing, and Witchcraft for all ages _
With Special Guests Imaginary Bear (featuring Tanya Haden), and music by Liberty Larsen and Shayne Eastin.
Rob Zabrecky debuts a full-length, one-man variety show quite unlike any other. He will present highlights from his award-nominated Magic Castle act, song & dance, conversations with outmoded satellites, audience interaction, parapsychology and more.
Zabrecky’s multitude of creative lives have established him globally as a musician, magician, and actor, dating back to his early ’90s days as front man for Silverlake art-popsters, Possum Dixon. Join him for an evening of cross-pollinated magic and reverie from one of LA’s most fascinating natives.
Mise-en-scène: John Lovick
Autogenic Subterfuge: Derek DelGaudio
Harp Accompaniment: Tina Lenert