A Magical Theater Show and Dinner in Downtown Tucson!
Whether you're on a date or out with family & friends, national award-winning entertainers will have you laughing & celebrating with their up-close & intimate show. Carnival of Illusion guests rave over the show as it creates priceless memories with Vaudeville-inspired illusions. Carnival of Illusion is Magic, Mystery & OOOH LA LA! Complete your night out with a special dinner bonus on show nights, that is just for Carnival of Illusion guests. Ask us about the details by giving us a call! Get your tickets now!
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Carnival of Illusion has partnered with downtown favorite Cafe A La C'Art to offer a great night out, whether on a special date or with the whole gang. Reserve your dinner seats for before or after the show which is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes long. A quick 5 minute drive will get you from the theatre to restaurant or vice versa. The dinner offer is for Carnival of Illusion guests only, and can only be used on the night of the show. The dinner is optional and the show price and dinner special price are separate. The dinner offer includes tax and the tip and includes entree, salad or soup, dessert and a non-alcoholic drink. Cafe A La C'Art are known for their outdoor patio inspired by the artist Monet. Adjacent to the Tucson Museum of Art, this downtown restaurant is a favorite with locals for their eclectic menu and decadent desserts.
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!
Carnival of Illusion - FIVE STAR entertainment! What a magical evening! The illusions performed by Susan and Roland were mesmerizing.
Thank you so much for a wonderful evening. We will definitely be back with family and friends.
It was great. I was truly amazed and in disbelief.
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