6 Shows That Will Make Your Fall Magical

October 1, 2019

Modern mysticism has eased its way into the mainstream, reinvigorating the quality of classic parlour entertainment that characterized Manhattan in the early 20th century. These 6 intimate magic shows offer an engaging experience that will pull you into a world of illusion and oddity.

The Magician Featuring Dan White

The Nomad Hotel
1170 Broadway Between West 28th Street + West 27th Street

The Magician is an intimate performance showcasing the art of magic, illusion, and deception. White’s two hour performance will allow you ample time to sip on cocktails while being mesmerized by everything from card tricks to old-school levitation.

$129 per ticket

Chamber Magic With Steve Cohen

Lotte New York Palace Hotel
455 Madison Avenue Between 50th and 51st Street

Chamber Magic is a riveting show that features conjuring, mind-reading, sleight of hand, and Cohen’s signature “Think-a-Drink” trick as he recreates parlor entertainment from the early 20th century in Manhattan. A celebrity favorite, this adults-only show is limited to 60 people, guaranteeing each guest an intimate view of every mystifying maneuver.

$125 per ticket

Derren Brown: Secret

Now through January 4th
Corte Theatre
103 East 15th Street Between Irving Place + Union Square East

Illusionist and two-time Olivier Award winner Derren Brown will be making his Broadway debut with an experience that blends mind control, suggestion, showmanship, and illusion. It is a show that will challenge its audiences to take a closer look at the stories and beliefs that guide our lives.

$99 per ticket

Magic After Hours With Noah Levine

Tannen’s Magic
45 West 34th Street Between 6th + 5th Avenue

In Magic After Hours, located in an unassuming office building, you are led to an old school magic shop where the trickery ensues. Each guest is greeted with champagne and a tour of the magic shop before Noah performs an engaging set of stories and magic tricks.

$75 per ticket

Joshua Jay: Six Impossible Things

Opening October 2019
59 Canal Street Between Allen Street and Orchard Street

Six Impossible Things is an immersive close-up magic show where audiences will experience astounding magic as you move through several rooms where a new mystery unfolds to reveal an impossible “thing”. Each show is limited to 20 people for an intimate magic experience.

$126 per ticket

Speakeasy Magick At The McKittrick Hotel

The McKittrick Hotel
530 West 27th Street Between 10th + 11th Avenue

In Speakeasy Magick, master deceptionist Todd Robbins hosts a spellbinding new experience that features a revolving cast of the best magicians in New York City. Audiences are taken to a vintage elevator car to the top of The McKittrick where an evening full of magical surprises awaits.

$100 per ticket

Contact your concierge for tickets.