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posted on 12/11/2013 - 2:31pm
APAP 2014 NYC: Drew Thomas Magic - Materialize
As Seen on NBC's America's Got Talent...by 100 million viewers.
The Grandest of Grand Illusionists.
Represented exclusively by BiCoastal Productions.
APAP Booth 707, America's Hall 2
Not your average Magic Show.
Not by any stretch of your imagination.
Created especially for venues who want a Grand Production more suitable for a large stage and large auditorium than many of the other magician shows touring today.
Drew amazed and mesmerized an audience of 3,500 people at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut this summer and wowed many more at West Point's 4400-seat Eisenhower Hall on October 26th
Make Magic Materialize in your venue! Great marketing materials including exciting TV spots are available.
To see the full-length 90 minute show, click here.
For information and booking, contact BiCoastal Productions
New York 212 268 6969
Coming to APAP? See us at Booth 707, America's Hall 2
posted on 12/02/2013 - 11:59am
As only an illusionist can, America's Got Talent finalist Drew Thomas will storm the stage of the Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker at the fabulous Fox Theatre!
Illusionist Drew Thomas as Herr Drosselmeyer
Choreographed by John McFall
Music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Live with the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra
The tradition continues with the magical return of Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker. This family favorite will bring the holiday season to life for your family with exquisite dancing, fanciful characters, and a thrilling trip into the Sugar Candy Kingdom. Perfect for all ages, Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker will delight and spark the imagination of the child within us all!
Enjoy an extra touch of magic when Drew Thomas, professional illusionist and finalist on America’s Got Talent, takes on the role of the mysterious Drosselmeyer the first two weeks, December 6-15. Thrilling surprises await you, so get your TICKETS NOW!
Run time is approximately 2 hours, including a 25-minute intermission.
posted on 09/11/2013 - 8:00am News
September 11, 2001 will always be a horrific day in our nation’s history. As we collectively mourn the loss of nearly 3,000 citizens and first responders, and the thousands more who died in combat triggered by this terrorist attack, let us not forget those who brought light amongst the darkness. Our world was fundamentally changed that day and there have been countless courageous men and women fighting for the security of freedom across the globe. I hold these brave service members close to my heart and am honored to be performing for the cadets of West Point in October.