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An Evening of Magic with Nick Fedoroff - 24th Street Theater Sac

Comedy, Variety Show

Magician Nick Fedoroff Performs at the 24th Street Theater Sacramento, CA—Magician Nick Fedoroff will perform his unique brand of magical entertainment at the 24th Street Theater on March 24th This highly original and dazzling stage show includes hilarious one-liners, astonishing illusions, audience participation, and occasional surprises designed to amaze and delight. Fedoroff engages the audience from the minute he walks on stage, enhancing his magical expertise with storytelling, mentalism, brilliant improvisation, and clever comic dialogue. His dynamic mix of skill and style— heightened by an impeccable sense of timing—deliver a fast-paced, high-energy show suited to audiences of all ages. Following a recent performance at the State Theater in Auburn, Janis Wikoff, executive director, said, “Nick is so much more than a magician. He’s funny, he’s passionate about what he does, and he’s real. It doesn’t get much better than that. It was a pleasure to have him perform at the theater. The audience loved him.” KAHI radio personality and news anchor, Mary Jane Popp, who attended the Auburn show, said, “It’s obvious that Nick loves what he does and is exactly where he should be—on stage providing first-class entertainment.” Added the stage manager of the venue, “I don’t usually like magic, but I love Nick Fedoroff.” Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the performance begins at 7:00. The show, suitable for all ages, starts at 7:00. Admission is $25.00. Tickets can be purchased online at For more information about the show, contact Heather Tongring, event producer at 530-913-3674. About Nick Fedoroff Nick Fedoroff has been performing to sold-out crowds in venues large and small. He is a master of old- school magic, which he takes to new heights with an original, contemporary spin. Fedoroff draws his inspiration from the elegant, theatrical style of magic that is rarely seen today—a style that gives the audience an experience they couldn’t possibly have imagined. When asked about his show, Fedoroff explains, “Sure, there are no chorus girls or pyrotechnics, but you will leave the theater with the sense that you’ve witnessed something both completely unique and utterly and intimately special. You’ll also laugh your socks off.”