World-class illusionist at the Gateway

Wayne Alan, nationally recognized magician and illusionist will bring his one-person show to the Gateway on Saturday, September 10, at 7:30 pm.

Mr. Alan will be presenting his touring show, Magic of the Masters-The World’s Most Famous Illusions, a modern look at Magic’s Golden Oldies.  It is filled with lots of fun and comedy and features spectators from the audience as assistants in the illusions.  He will perform his version of levitation on stage, called Lighter than Air with a lady from the audience.

Wayne Alan is a World Champion Illusionist and the only American to ever win the gold medal for grand illusion at the International Olympics of Magic.  He has performed on national TV on Entertainment Tonight, MTV, Inside Edition, Good Morning America, ABC, NBC and CBS Network News programs.  He’s also appeared with Oprah Winfrey, Larry King and Maury Povich.   He has acted as a consultant for David Copperfield.  Mr. Alan has performed thirteen times at the White House.

Wayne Alan is the first magician to write a cookbook.  It is titled Magical Meatless Meals-Famous Foods from Famous People and Places.  It includes recipes from many of the wonderful restaurants and hotels that he has had the pleasure of dining at in his travels around the world.  It also features recipes of favorite dishes of celebrities he has performed with.  Magic tricks that can be performed at the dinner table are taught and sprinkled throughout the book.  Mr. Alan will be happy to autograph books after the show.

Tickets for the Saturday, September event are $15.  Reservations can be made online at waynetheatre.org. Tickets are also available on the night of  performance or by calling 540-943-9999.  Doors open at 7:00 pm for a 7:30 performance.

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