The Spencers to Appear in Wilkes Barre, PA

Kevin and Cindy Spencer take their show further on the road with a stop today (Saturday) in Wilkes Barre?s F.M. Kirby Center. Mr. Spencer spoke with reporters in anticipation of tonight?s show.

“We’re not just a magic show. We’re much more than that. I think the two things that help make our show so unique are our great love of both magic and theater and that transforms into our show.

“We like to believe our show combines the best elements of both. In addition to my wife, we also have two support technicians that travel with us and I think the audience will be pleasantly surprised.”

Indeed, if the Wilkes Barre?s audience is similar to the others that have crowded to see The Spencer?s Theatre of Illusion, they will be very pleased.

The magic couple have been on tour for more than 10 years and given more than 2,000 performances around the world.

Mr. Spencer was mum, however, when reporters asked him to describe the show?s finale. Cryptically, he said ?It involves 250 gallons of water and some great magic!”

You can read more of the story here.

Kevin and Cindy Spencer take their show further on the road with a stop today (Saturday) in Wilkes Barre?s F.M. Kirby Center. Mr. Spencer spoke with reporters in anticipation of tonight?s show.

“We’re not just a magic show. We’re much more than that. I think the two things that help make our show so unique are our great love of both magic and theater and that transforms into our show.

“We like to believe our show combines the best elements of both. In addition to my wife, we also have two support technicians that travel with us and I think the audience will be pleasantly surprised.”

Indeed, if the Wilkes Barre?s audience is similar to the others that have crowded to see The Spencer?s Theatre of Illusion, they will be very pleased.

The magic couple have been on tour for more than 10 years and given more than 2,000 performances around the world.

Mr. Spencer was mum, however, when reporters asked him to describe the show?s finale. Cryptically, he said ?It involves 250 gallons of water and some great magic!”

You can read more of the story here.

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