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sabato 9 dicembre 2017

Illusionist David Goldrake presents holiday show at Tropicana Las Vegas

Award-winning grand illusionist David Goldrake wants to share his excitement and magic of the holiday season with Las Vegas audiences from around the world by presenting Imaginarium - Celebrate the Magic of the Holidays at Tropicana Las Vegas. Celebrating the success of his new Las Vegas residency at Tropicana Las Vegas, the magician, known as The International Man of Mystery, will incorporate special holiday magic into his already mind-blowing new show, Imaginarium, inside Tropicana Theater.

Audiences will witness a new holiday-themed show full of magic and illusions incorporating special costumes, music, lighting effects and stage décor inspired by the season. David Goldrake also treats his audiences to a special illusion with a child from the audience, evoking the spirit of Christmas, and ends the show with the best magic of all — producing snow on stage.

David Goldrake performs Imaginarium - Celebrate the Magic of the Holidays Tuesday through Sunday, 19 December through 30 December (dark 25 and 31 December). Performances include a 4 p.m. matinee and 7 p.m. evening performances with ticket prices starting at $49.98 (excludes tax and fees). For more information, visit Goldrake's website. Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 or online at the Tropicana website and Ticketmaster.

Representing a new generation of illusionists, David Goldrake allows guests to lose all sense of reality, creating a surreal scene caught somewhere between reality and a dreamlike world full of dreams and fantasies. From the classics of magical history to modern experience, the grand illusionist treats guests to an interactive show featuring escapology, music and choreography blended with modern 3-D mapping technology. Goldrake developed Imaginarium with the best creators in the field of magic and entertainment, and undertakes a journey through time that challenges the laws of nature before guests' eyes.

Goldrake started his career as a professional magician in 1999. On top of being a regular performer at the renowned Magic Castle in Hollywood, he has performed all over the world and has amazed more than 20 million guests in over ten countries and speaks seven languages. In 2010, he was awarded the coveted Mandrake d'Or award (The Oscar of Magic) ranking him alongside names such as other Las Vegas favorites, including David Copperfield and Siegfried & Roy. In 2015, Goldrake was awarded the Merlin Award for Best Illusionist Europe 2015 by the International Society of Magicians.


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