Razzle Dazzle Magic Show enchants for 22nd time

Posted on Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 11:33 am

MURFREESBORO: The Middle Tennessee Magic Club in conjunction with the
Murfreesboro Center for the Arts will present The Razzle Dazzle Magic Show
XXI” on Friday and Saturday, May 3 and 4, at 7:02 p.m. both nights in the
Center’s theater located at 100 W. College Street in Murfreesboro.

The magic club has been producing shows every spring since the late
1980′s. They first began presenting shows every fall under the brand The
Fall Festival of MAGIC in 2004. Both have been extremely popular with
audiences of all ages.

Clark Kirsch, a charter member of the club who’s entertained tens of
thousands of people around the country at trade shows and countless
corporate events, will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the show.

In addition to Kirsch, this 22nd production of Razzle Dazzle which will
feature six of the best magical entertainers the area has to offer.

The cast includes Tyler Croney, Dr. Gary Flegal, Tom Gibson (another
charter member), Blaine Little, Professor Waldo McGillicuddy (aka Wayne
Lovell, the club’s President), and David Williams. Performing in the lobby
before the show will be Gene Cunningham and John Midgley.

“This production is a grand tradition in our club,” said Rob Covert, the
club’s immediate past president and the show’s director. “Members are
honored to be a part the show and enjoy entertaining audiences.  The
responses from our audiences have been fantastic.  Our shows almost always
sell-out, so get your tickets early,” Covert reminded.

Tickets will be on sale for both evening’s shows starting April 3rd at J.
Mullins Jewelry & Gifts, located at 352 W. Northfield Blvd. in
Murfreesboro, and at the Center for the Arts by calling 615-904-ARTS
(615-904-2787), visiting their web site http://boroarts.org/tickets/ or
stopping by the Center box office. Tickets are $10 with special $5 seats
available for kids under 12.

The Middle Tennessee Magic Club is the Sam Walkoff Ring, the Murfreesboro
chapter (number 252) of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, the
largest fraternal organization of magicians in the world. Ring 252 meets
the first Tuesday of every month at the North Boulevard Church of Christ
located at 1112 N. Rutherford Blvd. at 7:02 p.m. Any one with a sincere
interest in magic is welcomed to visit and join.

For more information, visit the club’s award winning web site at
www.IBMring252.com.

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