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America’s longest-running magic revue “It’s Magic!” returns for its 62nd year


The legendary all-star magic revue It’s Magic returns for its 62nd year in 2018 with shows across the country.

It’s the longest-running magic show in the country, created in 1956 as Hocus Pocus by Milt Larsen and Oliver Berliner before transforming into a cavalcade of the best and brightest celebrities and up-and-comers in the magic world. It even inspired the creation of the Magic Castle—without It’s Magic, modern American magic would likely not be the same. And now, in its 62nd year, Larsen and partner Terry Hill continues the tradition, bringing the greatest magic to venues in cities all over the country.

First up, It’s Magic will be performing at the Cerritos Performing Arts Center in Cerritos, CA on Sunday, February 11. The show starts at 3pm and will include performances by Dan Birch, Mike Caveney, Alexander Great, Michael Goudeau, and Xavier Mortimer. Tickets can be purchased at the Cerritos Center’s website for $55-$75.

A week later, It’s Magic arrives at the Erie Meyer Civic Center in Gulf Shores, AL on Monday, February 19 and Tuesday, February 20. Performers include Christopher Hart, Tom Ogden, Kadan Bart Rockett & Brooklyn, Chris Blackmore, and Jody Baran & Kathleen. Shows begin each night at 7pm, and tickets can be purchased at Gulf Shores’ website for $35.

The last currently scheduled show is at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, CA on Sunday, February 25. This show begins at 3pm and includes performances by Victor & Diamond, Chris Blackmore, Kadan Bart Rockett & Brooklyn, Eric Buss, and Murray Hatfield & Teresa. Tickets can be purchased directly from the McCallum Theatre for $17-$37.

More dates are planned, so keep checking It’s Magic’s official website for updated scheduling information.