Nate Staniforth Real Magic Tour St. Louis, Mo (May 12, May 26, June 9)

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Nate Staniforth   Real Magic Tour   St. Louis, Mo (May 12, May 26, June 9)
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Nate Staniforth’s show is like a 75 minute TED Talk on wonder and amazement, punctuated with a dozen moments of jaw dropping ‘Holy s*$%!’

Thursdays May 12th, May 26th & June 9th
Doors 6:30pm / Show 7:30pm


Nate is a magician, writer, traveler, and host of the Discovery Channel’s international hit TV series Breaking Magic, but don’t think of this as a magic show. Nate abandons the ubiquitous style­without­substance bravado so often associated with magic and appeals instead to the imagination and intellect of his audience. W ith his forthcoming book H ere is Real Magic , from the Harry­Potter famed Bloomsbury Publishing, Nate is your guide to finding more wonder in your life.

“Just caught a Nate Staniforth show,” one reporter tweeted after opening night, “and now I have no idea what to believe about anything ever again.” No rabbits. No top hats. No smoke machines. Nate’s shows feel more like jumping out of an airplane than a night at a comedy club. The journey is wild, visceral and immediate, and like all great art, encourages us to open our minds and hearts, and see the world in new ways.

“When you’re young, it’s easy to be amazed,” says Nate Staniforth. “As you get older, that experience of astonishment gets harder and harder to find. Good magic isn’t about deception. It’s about trying to see things the way you saw them before they became ordinary.”

For over a decade, Nate has toured the US college circuit as one of the busiest working magicians in the country. He’s given a TED Talk, lectured at the world­famous Oxford Union, and in 2017 the H arry Potter­ famed Bloomsbury Publishing will release Nate’s memoir in bookstores worldwide. Here is Real Magic follows Nate's evolution from obsessed wunderkind to disillusioned wanderer, and tells the story of his rediscovery of astonishment—and the importance of wonder in everyday life—during his trip to the slums of India, where he infiltrated a 3,000­year­old clan of street magicians.

In 2016 the Real Magic Tour will play over 80 shows in theaters around the United States. Not recommended for children, but you know best.

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