Magician Rudy Coby's Magic vs. Science week at Magic Castle in LA


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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.


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My name for the laws of physics is "repeatable magic".


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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.


#5

Just make sure you don't make the same mistake that Tobias Fünke did when he went looking for the fictional version.


#6

Yep, have to find connections. Also, it's not free.


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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.


#8

Now I need friends. This is too much of a hassle.


#9

Hey, I'd like something that says "Daddy likes leather", but currently I'm only buy curious.


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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.


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