David Seebach:Two Shows – Two Chances to See Great Magic

We hear from Jack Straw that David Seebach will perform his outstanding “Wonders of Magic” Saturday, January 7, 2006 at the beautiful Schauer Arts Center in Hartford, Wisconsin

This matinee appearance begins at 2:00 pm and will be jammed to the rafters with great classic and new illusions. 

Mr. Straw says there are at least nine major illusions including a
classic version of the classic illusion, Sawing a Woman in Two, the
very Beautiful Carl Owen Enchanted Temple, and The Lion’s Bride with Mr. Seebach’s very own Bengal Tiger, Tara.

We believe tickets are still available but likely to go very
quickly.  Adults will pay $13.20, kids  can borrow $10.56 from their
parents for their tickets, and if you have a group of ten or more, you
can get in for $10.03 a person.  Why the uneven prices?  Well, these
prices include tax. The box office is open from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm
Monday through Friday (262/670-0560 ext 3).

Mr. Seebach will perform some of the same illusions in his next show
scheduled for Saturday, February 4th at 7:30 pm.  The Black River Arts
Allilance is sponsoring his presentation at the wonderful (and perfect
for a magic show) Lunda Theater in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Please visit the Black River Arts Alliance web site for more
information on this unique opportunity to see magic performed in its
proper setting.  You can visit the Alliance’s web site at: www.BlackRiverArtsAlliance.org or give them a call at 715/284-4415.

While you’re clicking your way around the web, check out Mr. Seebach’s outstanding web site here: http://www.davidseebach.com

Tip of the Hatlo Hat to Jack Straw for the news.


We hear from Jack Straw that David Seebach will perform his outstanding “Wonders of Magic” Saturday, January 7, 2006 at the beautiful Schauer Arts Center in Hartford, Wisconsin

This matinee appearance begins at 2:00 pm and will be jammed to the rafters with great classic and new illusions. 

Mr. Straw says there are at least nine major illusions including a
classic version of the classic illusion, Sawing a Woman in Two, the
very Beautiful Carl Owen Enchanted Temple, and The Lion’s Bride with Mr. Seebach’s very own Bengal Tiger, Tara.

We believe tickets are still available but likely to go very
quickly.  Adults will pay $13.20, kids  can borrow $10.56 from their
parents for their tickets, and if you have a group of ten or more, you
can get in for $10.03 a person.  Why the uneven prices?  Well, these
prices include tax. The box office is open from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm
Monday through Friday (262/670-0560 ext 3).

Mr. Seebach will perform some of the same illusions in his next show
scheduled for Saturday, February 4th at 7:30 pm.  The Black River Arts
Allilance is sponsoring his presentation at the wonderful (and perfect
for a magic show) Lunda Theater in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. 

Please visit the Black River Arts Alliance web site for more
information on this unique opportunity to see magic performed in its
proper setting.  You can visit the Alliance’s web site at: www.BlackRiverArtsAlliance.org or give them a call at 715/284-4415.

While you’re clicking your way around the web, check out Mr. Seebach’s outstanding web site here: http://www.davidseebach.com

Tip of the Hatlo Hat to Jack Straw for the news.

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