Currently already running, Superstars of Magic 4 will be held till 25th October. It is held at 8pm, from Monday to Friday, 4pm and 8pm every Saturday, and 4pm every Sunday.
Superstars of Magic 4 is into its fourth year and this year’s instalment promises to be bigger—if not better than ever before. Like suggested by this year’s theme, “Magic of the East Meets West”, the six illusionists will demonstrate to their audience a comparative view of what magic is to different people—depending on whether they are from the East or West. They will also highlight how magic has evolved with technology. The audience hence can expect the show to be one breathtaking spectacle.
In the case of Shawn Farquhar, he is widely recognised as a consummate magician who goes to great lengths to involve his audience in his shows. He offers a fast-paced, audience participation experience that is highly engaging.
Shawn is acclaimed by his peers to be the sleight of hand artist of our time, and he has many accolades to his name to justify that. Among others, in 2009, he won magic’s most prestigious prize at the FISM World Championship of Magic, and the following year, the Canadian Association of Magicians once again named him Canadian Magician of the Year, making him the only two-time recipient of their most prestigious award.
Other Superstars of Magic 4 acts
From Taiwan, there’s Jeff Lee, an award-winning celebrity magician who performs with TV magic and modern music. Jeff takes pleasure in delighting his audience by speedily taking things out of his TV.
Ted Kim, from Korea, is another show-stopper. The current FISM originality act champion holder, Ted’s act is one of a kind and infuses modern screen mapping technology and LED projector technology. He’s a breath of fresh air in the field as he incorporates the latest video games and music to his act such as Super Mario Brothers. No doubt Ted is a winner among the younger generation.
Ted’s countryman, One Gun, is also among the hottest magicians in Korea—and beyond. He now performs his T-shirt act throughout the world. One Gun would literally step onto the stage in a casual T-shirt and jeans, and promptly stun his audience with his clothes that on their own keep changing in colour and type—right before the audiences’ eyes.
The two American illusionists in the show are Joseph Gabriel and Jay Mattioli. Joseph’s show is regarded as the Godfather of Dove Magic, and his show headlined broadway in the past. His act is said to be light years ahead of the classical dove act that we are all familiar with.
Jay is a celebrity magician in his own right. He first made his mark as a finalist magician on America’s Got Idol (ACT), wowing America with his sense of comedy and charm. He ultimately climbed his way to the top 10 of America’s Got Talent.
Together, all six illusionists will present a show on a scale never before seen in Malaysia. Tickets are available now at the price of RM248 (VIP), RM148 (PS1) and RM98 (PS2) for adults; while the show tickets for children are priced at RM98 (VIP), RM68 (PS1) and RM48 (PS2). Grab your ticket today!
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