frauenfelder at April 22nd, 2014 11:04 — #1
erik_denning at April 22nd, 2014 11:45 — #2
I work just a mile or so from the Magic Castle (as a science teacher!) and would love to take my two kids to a show like this, but I'd always heard that the only way you can visit the Magic Castle is to be invited by a member or be an official magician or something. Getting into that place is one trick I could never figure out.
nixiebunny at April 22nd, 2014 11:56 — #3
My name for the laws of physics is "repeatable magic".
boundegar at April 22nd, 2014 13:01 — #4
I for one am sick and tired of goody-goody magicians like Penn and Teller debunking all the mystery out of the universe. We need old-fashioned charlatans, who will cast doubt upon scientific principles, even ones as established as the Big Bang, or natural selection. Through sheer bamboozlement, they could...
What? Oh. Never mind.
brainspore at April 22nd, 2014 13:09 — #5
Just make sure you don't make the same mistake that Tobias Fünke did when he went looking for the fictional version.
antdude at April 22nd, 2014 19:51 — #6
Yep, have to find connections. Also, it's not free.
crenquis at April 22nd, 2014 19:59 — #7
Ask around -- all it takes is a friend of a friend...
A co-worker brought a group of us there -- her boyfriend's father was an accountant (or something) for a member.
erik_denning at April 22nd, 2014 20:51 — #8
Now I need friends. This is too much of a hassle.
erik_denning at April 22nd, 2014 20:52 — #9
Hey, I'd like something that says "Daddy likes leather", but currently I'm only buy curious.
levine2001 at April 25th, 2014 21:35 — #10
Also keep in mind that (except for 2 or 3 special nights a year, along with weekend brunches) the Magic Castle is a 21+ venue. If you want to take your kids, you would have to limit it to brunch.
frauenfelder at April 27th, 2014 11:04 — #11
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