One of the top attractions in the Scottsdale area!
National Recipients for Excellence in Magic, house entertainers at the world's finest resorts, & featured performers at the Magic Castle, Scottsdale magicians Roland Sarlot & Susan Eyed recreate a magical experience that began at the pinnacle of European magical artistry. Now you can experience these magicians in the greater Phoenix area at their regularly running illusion show or have them charm your guests at your next event. Get your tickets now!
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Carnival of Illusion, with their special art of magic and illusion, can now be seen at several locations in the Greater Phoenix area, including the Arizona Biltmore Resort, the Mesa Arts Center and the Tempe Center for the Arts. So for those visiting Scottsdale, or looking for something to do in the area, the show is just a hop skip and a jump away. It is a show that is sure to please whether you are on a date-night out or are bringing the whole family for a special occasion. This travel-themed illusion show has plenty of magic and surprise, catering to small audiences and an intimate experience, with plenty of audience participation to boot. The personal touches like the opportunity to shake hands with the performers after the show, as well as souvenir tickets stamped in silver ink and your keepsake playbill will help to make the show truly memorable. Any questions? Helpful employees are just a phone call away and they are more than happy to help.
A Little History
If you were a student at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, it would most certainly be compulsory to take the class, "A History of Magic", but since Hogwart's isn't a place us muggles can go, we'll just have to muddle through with the little we know. We do know that magic was first recorded in the time of the Pharaohs, in the ancient land of Egypt. Unfortunately the Dark Ages saw very little magic being done which lasted well into the Middle Ages, when having any kind of supposed supernatural powers could see you burned at the stake. Yikes! So several thousand years went by, and along came the industrial revolution. All of a sudden in Europe the idea of magic as a form of entertainment becomes popular at fairs and then in private parlours. Pretty soon there was a variety of types of performers. Everything from card tricks to daring escapes, Harry Houdini being one of the most famous of the escapologists.
What Other's Are Saying!
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 outstanding magic (let's not call it tricks) feats.
We thank you for providing an evening of pure fun and exposure to the fanciful world of magic!!! Roland and Susan never disappoint and we marvel at their energy and grace as they perform. This is our fifth show and it always feels as if it is our first, there are always delightful nuances and flourishes to enjoy. The particular language that flows from Susan and Roland is exactly as it should be... spontaneity reaching people in surprising ways.
It was a great show. and we will be looking forward to our fourth time.
-Carl and Pat
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