As Predicted: Illusions of Grandeur Astounds

 

Dawn Kelley and Richard Miller

Call us psychic ? in fact, we predict you will.  A couple of weeks ago, we wrote predicted Richard Miller and Dawn Kelley?s show Illusions of Grandeur would receive rave reviews for their great performance and spectacular, and historically accurate,  antique magic tricks.  

 

The magicians told the audience of kids and adults the secrets to magic.  “Most magic is kept in containers,” he said. “It is housed in a special building. That building is a library and those containers are books.  Much of what I learned and you might like to learn are on the shelves right there,” he said, pointing through a doorway to the main area of the library.?

 

The show ended with the Flying Carpet performed to music.

 

Mr. Miller and Ms. Kelley hail from Winchendon, Massachusetts and are well-known throughout New England performing in theaters, clubs, restaurants and magic trade shows.

 

Mr. Miller enjoys not only restoring antique magic but also performing with it.   But that does not explain why the team performs in Victorian Era clothing.  Why is that?

 

“It?s fun to dress this way,” Ms. Kelley told reporters.

 

Read the full article in the Sea Coast On-Line here.

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Dawn Kelley and Richard Miller

Call us psychic ? in fact, we predict you will.  A couple of weeks ago, we wrote predicted Richard Miller and Dawn Kelley?s show Illusions of Grandeur would receive rave reviews for their great performance and spectacular, and historically accurate,  antique magic tricks.  

 

The magicians told the audience of kids and adults the secrets to magic.  “Most magic is kept in containers,” he said. “It is housed in a special building. That building is a library and those containers are books.  Much of what I learned and you might like to learn are on the shelves right there,” he said, pointing through a doorway to the main area of the library.?

 

The show ended with the Flying Carpet performed to music.

 

Mr. Miller and Ms. Kelley hail from Winchendon, Massachusetts and are well-known throughout New England performing in theaters, clubs, restaurants and magic trade shows.

 

Mr. Miller enjoys not only restoring antique magic but also performing with it.   But that does not explain why the team performs in Victorian Era clothing.  Why is that?

 

“It?s fun to dress this way,” Ms. Kelley told reporters.

 

Read the full article in the Sea Coast On-Line here.

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