This Week At The Magic Cabaret

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Postby P.T. Murphy » 03/31/09 11:07 AM

The Magic Cabaret
Magic, Mystery, and Mischief with PT Murphy & David Parr

This Wednesday is April Fools Day at The Magic Cabaret, and we are offering crazy-fool discounts on tickets for our show! The joker is wild and we've put him in charge of the box office -- where he's determined to give you huge discounts on an evening of magical mischief and fun!


The first 54 people to come to the box office window and say "I'd like to pick a Card" will have an opportunity pick a card -- no peeking! -- from a shuffled pack. THE FACE VALUE OF THE CARD YOU PICK IS THE PRICE YOU PAY FOR YOUR TICKET! If you pick an Ace, your ticket costs $1! If you pick a Two, your ticket costs $2! Kings, Queens, and Jacks have a value of $10, so no matter what card you get, the most you'll pay is half the regular ticket price! AND IF YOU PICK ONE OF THE TWO JOKERS,
YOUR TICKET IS FREE! This discount is good only for tickets purchased at the box office window for the April 1 show. Discount is offered only at time of purchase and cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets.)

Take a break from the recession doldrums and see some stress- relieving, mind-bending, fun-filled magic on April 1, when we welcome back the amazing Joe Diamond and feature a special appearance by Ron Fitzgerald!

Wednesdays at 7:30pm
The Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 North Lincoln Avenue
Tickets $20. No one under age 13 admitted.
Call the Greenhouse Theater Center box office at (773) 404-7336 or buy tickets online at

The Greenhouse Theater Center is located two blocks south of Fullerton in the heart of Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, just a short walk from the Fullerton station on the EL's Red, Brown and Purple lines. Discount parking is available at two nearby locations. The Children's Memorial Hospital parking garage is one block north of the theater, on the west side of Lincoln Avenue. The Lincoln Park garage is one block
south of the theater, on Webster Street. Parking at both locations is $6 with a Magic Cabaret ticket stub.

"Best Bet!" -- Tribune-Metromix

"Low on hokum and high on thoughtfulness, this evening shows magic to its best advantage, up close and personal." -- The Chicago Reader

"Treading the tightrope between illusion and reality, Murphy and Parr make art of magic." -- The Daily Herald

"Lucky viewers at this show will watch the simply impossible happen right in front of their noses." -- Centerstage Chicago

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