Magic Show Extravaganza

MAGIC SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA!

3 shows!  Be mesmerized, amazed, and seriously amused by the incredible magic of International Magic Champion Will Fern, along with magicians Paul Cohen and Anthony Ferrer.  Adults welcome...not just for kids! Join as at the historic Darress Theater, 615 Main St. Boonton.  Friday 6/1 at 5:30 and 8pm...as well as a Saturday 6/2 matinee at 3pm.  VIP seats available, with extra close-up magic wine and cheese "after show".  Follow secure link for tickets:  https://www.magiconmainboonton.com/new-events/

Proceeds to benefit Magical Healing, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower our youth to perform the timeless art of magic to entertain veterans, hospitalized children, seniors, and struggling families.  The young magicians experience themselves as someone who makes a difference in the lives of others, uplifting everyone they touch with magic, wonderment, and joy.

Contact Information
  1. Paul Cohen
  2. 201.669.6942
  3. paul@magicalhealing.org
Fri, June 01
5:30 pm — 3:00 pm
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MAGIC SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA!

3 shows! Be mesmerized, amazed, and seriously amused by the incredible magic of International Magic Champion Will Fern, along with magicians Paul Cohen and Anthony Ferrer. Adults welcome...not just for kids! Join as at the historic Darress Theater, 615 Main St. Boonton. Friday 6/1 at 5:30 and 8pm...as well as a Saturday 6/2 matinee at 3pm. VIP seats available, with ...

615 Main St. Boonton, NJ 07005

Darress Theatre

615 Main St.
Boonton, NJ 07005

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