Casino’s cabaret offers family pack deal for ‘TV’s Magic Stars’
“TV’s Magic Stars” at the Golden Cabaret at the Horizon Casino in Stateline, has special pricing, packages and additional shows for the holidays.
There will be two shows, 7:30 and 9:30 each night Dec. 24-31. All tickets over the holidays are $19.95 plus tax, with a special family pack — buy three, get one free.
“TV’s Magic Stars” features four headliners who have amazed audiences for years on NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox.
In the starring role is Jonathan Neal Brown, who, along with his assistant, Liane, starred in the CBS show “The World’s Greatest Magicians.” Along with numerous repeat performances on NBC’s “The Tonight Show,” he has received 10 consecutive nominations for, and twice has been, Stage Magician of the Year.
The membership of the Magic Castle in Hollywood has already voted headliner Danny Cole, 28, Stage Magician of the Year. He was a guest performer on Lance Burton’s second network special, he has consulted and created magic for other magicians, and he has been a featured performer in gala shows and at variety theaters around the globe. Cole uses entirely new concepts and principles to help audiences recognize magic’s place as a legitimate art form.
Award-winning magician Joel Ward and his assistant, Morgan, have appeared on Fox Family’s “Lance Burton’s Young Magician’s Showcase.” Joel’s has earned first place at the International Brotherhood of Magicians Competition, the world’s largest magic organization. Joel started performing at age 10, and was World Champion Teen Magician by 15.
Christopher Hart might have the most famous right hand in Hollywood: His hand has appeared as “Thing” in three movies, “The Addams Family,” “Addams Family Values” and “Addams Family Reunion.” Hart then went on to portray an evil disembodied hand on a rampage in the film “Idle Hands.” His sleight-of-hand magic has appeared in commercials for McDonald’s, Honda, RCA and others. Twice he has won Stage Magician of the Year, and Princess Stephanie of Monaco awarded him the top prize at the Grand Prix Magique in Monte Carlo.
Tickets are available at the Horizon’s box office or online at http://ticketsus.at/Tribune. For more information, call (775) 588-6211.
‘TV’s Magic Stars’
When: 7:30 and 9:30 nightly, Dec. 24-31
Where, Golden Cabaret, Horizon Casino
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