A Magical Theater Show!
STEP RIGHT UP and get ready to Laugh, Have Fun, and Celebrate a magical night out with Carnival of Illusion! This top-rated theater show is "Revitalizing Magic" by blending their international travel theme with all the charms of a Vaudeville-inspired roadshow. Carnival of Illusion is an evening of Old-World Magic! Get your tickets now!
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Carnival of Illusion has delighted Arizona audiences for over 6 years. Now with several venues in two cities, both Tucson and in the Phoenix area, locals and visitors alike can see this best kept secret. Seeing the show in Tucson? Carnival of Illusion is downtown at the Scottish Rite and due to its great central location is close to a whole slew of dinner choices. From upscale to casual, there's something for the foodie in your life or a quick snack before the show. Remember when making reservations that the show is about 100 minutes of fun, so plan accordingly. In Phoenix you can see the show at 3 select venues, and with all those choices you will be sure to find a dining option nearby that suits your tastes. With two shows on Saturday night, one at 5pm and one at 8pm, there's a choice for those who like early dining and one for those who like to eat late and close down the town. Check out Carnival of Illusion today.
A Little History
Think back to those decadent Romans, reclining on couches and eating their sumptuous meals while being entertained. Dinner theatre you ask? In a way yes. But the heydey of the true dinner theater came in the 1970s, when dining and seeing a play was all the rage, even though the idea was around as early as the 1950s in the good old USA. Many shows featured old movie stars during the heydey in the 70s, when there were as many as 147 theaters in operation. It wasn't long though before operation costs etc. prompted the decline of the once popular dinner theater. One specialty type of dinner theater called the Madrigal Dinner often occurs during the Christmas season. It includes several courses of food and Medieval music and a play. We at Carnival of Illusion think dinner and a show is a great idea because we all love to eat, laugh and have fun, all in one night!
What Other's Are Saying!
Bravo to Susan and Roland for their stellar performance! Carnival of Illusion is a show I will want to share with my friends and family.
Our "kids" came to the show and then had dinner... They loved the show. They said it was so much fun... said it was well-done and thoroughly entertaining.
Last night I enjoyed the amazing and humorous Carnival of Illusion at the Biltmore Hotel and Resort in Phoenix. Sarlot and Eyed were outstanding in their show of magic (let's not call it tricks) feats.
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