Beautiful, Participatory Magic Show In Magic Holiday
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The last date listed for Magician David Hirata & Friends in Magic Holiday was Sunday December 17, 2006 / 2:00pm.
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The Marsh presents David Hirata & Friends in Magic Holiday, an enchanting magic show that will capture the wonder of the holidays for adults and kids of all ages.
From linking rings to vanishing sugar plums and floating snow flakes, award-winning magician David Hirata, together with his friends Kim Silverman and Stefan Fisher, will delight and mystify audiences with their myriad tricks and illusions. There is plenty of audience participation and children will have a chance to practice a little sleight of hand themselves at the end of the show.
David Hirata has been performing his award-winning magic for nearly twenty years. His magic performance piece, Kanji by Starlight, premiered at The Marsh in 1998. David has created magic for theatrical productions at venues such as the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the San Jose Museum of Art and the Exploratorium. He is a regular performer at the California Magic Dinner Theater and at private events throughout the Bay Area.