#19. I’m a big fan of magic! It’s an inarguable explanation for anything. What makes my computer work? Magic! How did she know to call? Magic! Where did that cookie go? Magic! I could have gotten a liberal arts degree at Hogwarts. I’m completely satisfied
Chicago Children’s Theatre presents the world premiere of The Houdini Box. Victor loves magic! He idolizes Harry Houdini. He wants to be a great magician. He’s obsessed with tricks. His mother wants to break the spell. She decides to take him on a road trip. In the train station, he meets a mysterious man. Is it Harry Houdini? Or is it another illusion? Victor leans towards amazement. What makes The Houdini Box marvelous? Magic!
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Tags: Alex Weisman, Blair Thomas, Brett Schneider, Brian Selznick, Chicago Children's Theatre, Dennis J. Conners, Derek Hasenstab, Elizabeth Wislar, Hannah Kohl, Harry Houdini, Katy Walsh, Mark Messing, Martin Scorsese, Mercury Theater, Michael Brosilow, Rick Sims, Sara Sevigny, Sarah Hughey, The Houdini Box