TV star Alley Mills to be sawed in half at Danville’s North Theater

allley millsThe Historic North Theatre in Danville presents Magic of the Masters: The World’s Most Famous Illusions with TV’s Alley Mills as guest star celebrity magician’s assistant.

The show is Sunday, July 15 at 2 p.m.

Mills was the mother on TV’s Wonder Years and for the last eight years has starred in CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful. She will be performing with Wayne Alan, America’s Only World Champion Illusionist and owner of the Historic North Theatre.

Tickets are $20, $18 and $15. Reservations may be made by calling 434-793-SHOW (7469).

This special matinee performance of Magic of the Masters is a family-friendly modern look at magic’s golden oldies. Come see Mills sawed in half and other classic magic and illusions such as Houdini’s Escape Trunk and the Floating Lady.

This big-stage magic show has a touch of Broadway, Las Vegas and Branson combined plus it is a fun, amazing and enjoyable show for the whole family.

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