Harry Anderson to Perform in California with Caveney & Lenert

 

The San Bernardino County Sun is reporting this morning former Night Court star and life-long magician, Harry Anderson will appear at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in Cerritos, California.

Mike Caveney, Tina Lenert, and Jay Johnson will join Mr. Anderson in “Harry Anderson’s World of Magic.” (Interestingly, the paper refers to Tina Lenert as a “mime artist”).

Mr. Anderson told reporters “Everybody in the show is a former member of the Left-Handed League. The group was around back in the 1980s. We were this little group of bandits who didn’t belong to the Magic Castle or any other legit magic club. We still get together every year and do shows like the one at Cerritos.”

Mr. Anderson says he cannot claim he is the best magician but he can say his television exposure has made him one of the best-known in the Art.

After leaving television, he and his wife Elizabeth started Sideshow, a magic shop in New Orleans.

“Even if I’m only playing to two or three people in the shop, it’s completely satisfying for me. Some days I get to perform all day long and pass on that excitement. There’s nothing like being in front of a live audience.”

This proves to us that he is a true magician. He starred on two long-running television shows, made a significant amount of cash, and started a magic shop.

Mr. Caveney is not only a kind and good man, but also an outstanding magician, lecturer, and writer. In fact, he wrote the 1993 bestseller, Harry Anderson – Wise Guy. That book as well as other great tomes are available at Mr. Caveney’s website, Magic Words. You can also read about both Ms. Lenert and Mr. Caveney’s considerable and multi-faceted talents.

Tickets for this weekend’s show range from $20.00 to $45.00. A recent check of one ticket broker, found the shows were close to selling out.

Visit the Performing Arts Center for more information. We wish we could be there. It sounds like a great show!

You can virtually visit Mr. Anderson’s magic shop here, but be forewarned, the site is barely exists. It has a link to Mapquest and two graphics. Clearly the web is not the medium Mr. Anderson has chosen for his expression. Based on the quality of his acting and stage work, we think that’s fine.

 

The San Bernardino County Sun is reporting this morning former Night Court star and life-long magician, Harry Anderson will appear at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in Cerritos, California.

Mike Caveney, Tina Lenert, and Jay Johnson will join Mr. Anderson in “Harry Anderson’s World of Magic.” (Interestingly, the paper refers to Tina Lenert as a “mime artist”).

Mr. Anderson told reporters “Everybody in the show is a former member of the Left-Handed League. The group was around back in the 1980s. We were this little group of bandits who didn’t belong to the Magic Castle or any other legit magic club. We still get together every year and do shows like the one at Cerritos.”

Mr. Anderson says he cannot claim he is the best magician but he can say his television exposure has made him one of the best-known in the Art.

After leaving television, he and his wife Elizabeth started Sideshow, a magic shop in New Orleans.

“Even if I’m only playing to two or three people in the shop, it’s completely satisfying for me. Some days I get to perform all day long and pass on that excitement. There’s nothing like being in front of a live audience.”

This proves to us that he is a true magician. He starred on two long-running television shows, made a significant amount of cash, and started a magic shop.

Mr. Caveney is not only a kind and good man, but also an outstanding magician, lecturer, and writer. In fact, he wrote the 1993 bestseller, Harry Anderson – Wise Guy. That book as well as other great tomes are available at Mr. Caveney’s website, Magic Words. You can also read about both Ms. Lenert and Mr. Caveney’s considerable and multi-faceted talents.

Tickets for this weekend’s show range from $20.00 to $45.00. A recent check of one ticket broker, found the shows were close to selling out.

Visit the Performing Arts Center for more information. We wish we could be there. It sounds like a great show!

You can virtually visit Mr. Anderson’s magic shop here, but be forewarned, the site is barely exists. It has a link to Mapquest and two graphics. Clearly the web is not the medium Mr. Anderson has chosen for his expression. Based on the quality of his acting and stage work, we think that’s fine.

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