REVIEW: Absolute Magic

A highlight was “the weirdest trick he knew” which either involved a toy snake or a very small hand.

By: O. Wilkie, age 8

Keith Brown’s show Absolute Magic at the BackStage Theatre was, you guessed it, absolutely magical.

The show was very interactive with Brown taking volunteers from the audience to help with his card tricks, which he made seem effortless. The magic tricks alone were worth the price of the ticket. On top of that, his storytelling (which included tales of luggage lost on a flight to Iceland and brushing elbows with royalty), was captivating and heartfelt.

A highlight was “the weirdest trick he knew” which either involved a toy snake or a very small hand. Either way, it was the good kind of creepy.

The show left me feeling amazed. It inspired me enough to draw a picture of Mr. Brown on the sidewalk out of chalk.

I highly recommend this family-friendly show. My mom really liked it too.

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