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Nick Paul - Impossible Feats of Fake Magic

cabaret & variety · nick paul · Ages 12+ · family friendly · one person show · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 20, 2016
Whimsical, delightful, surprising -- and all in good taste!... full review
CHARLES ZIARKO certified reviewer June 22, 2016
Thanks to my Fringe scheduling I saw Nick Paul the first thing AFTER I'd been mesmerized by the slick, sophisticated Simon Coronel (and enjoyed an early eve Grub dinner). Nick works exactly the opposite of Simon, relying on (virtually) NO dialogue, although he too interacts, mainly in mime, with his audience. Magic Junkies will be enthusiastic, but the one thing that worked against Nick's show was the projected images, which landed on rippling curtains and were mostly indecipherable! Were they germaine to what he was doing? I'll never know! ... full review
CAROL NACE uncertified reviewer June 06, 2016
If you are a magic junkie like me, you should go see this show. ... full review
CAROL NACE uncertified reviewer June 06, 2016
If you are a magic junkie like me, you should go see this show. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 25, 2016
Fun. Love being amazed in the 'how'd he do that'... it fits well with the tag line of 'impossible'. It may be fake, but it was quite magical to me.... full review
BEAU SMITH certified reviewer June 19, 2016
Had a lot of fun, wasted no time, no flab, no indulgence, great audience participation, Recommend the show to anyone and everyone.... full review
MICHAEL FONTAINE my haunt life certified reviewer June 23, 2016
tagged as: magic
Nick Paul’s Impossible Feats of Fake Magic show is an amazingly fun, back to the roots of magic, magic show. The illusions are well done and presented with a child-like enthusiasm. This is such a charming show. He plays home movies of himself as a child to add to the charm. You can tell that Nick loves what he does and how hard he’s worked to get where he is. He is silent for the most part through the whole show (which may remind you of Teller from Penn and Teller), but that doesn’t take away from the show. For the people he selected to help out, it was still very clear on what he wanted you to do (pick a card, write something, hide it, etc). He performs a variety illusions from sleight of hand card tricks to disappearing/reappearing items. ... full review