Starring Dan Sperry
Saturday, May 12, 2012 9:00 PM EDT
(8:30 PM Doors)
- Saturday, May 12, 2012 10:00 PM EDT
Times Scare NYC, New York, NY
Called “Literally Hair-Raising,” by the Toronto Star, with more than 5 Million views on YouTube, 15 Million live television viewers and sold out appearances across the country during his recent live tour you can now catch MAGIC SHOW starring Dan Sperry LIVE every night in his own theater at TIMES SCARE. Experience the unimaginable as the urban legend of Bloody Mary is confronted on stage, a nail-biting game of Russian roulette is played with an audience member, the ancient practice of Voo Doo is encountered and the supernatural is manifested. Sperry exceeds the title of "Most Original Magic", given to him by The World Magic Awards, by using razor blades, buzz saws, broken glass and more to create a whimsically entertaining non-stop roller coaster ride of pure mayhem. No rabbits in hats. No showgirls. No stupid card tricks.
Once at the venue for the show guests can also purchase tickets to experience New York City’s only year-round haunted house. Located in creepy rooms and corridors above the showroom lies New York City’s only year-round haunted attraction. This state-of-the-art haunted house has been built in the same rooms which years ago were stalked by one of the east coast’s most notorious killers. A killer who claimed a victim in this very venue…
Now, if you dare, groups of 6 to 8 are taken on a one-of-a-kind tour through this cutting-edge haunted experience that is guaranteed to scare even the bravest of visitors… possibly to death!
TIMES SCARE is also home to two fully-stocked themed bars- “Kill Bar” and the “Parlour of the Paranormal” for guests to enjoy a specialty cocktail while waiting for the show to begin. For those wanting to catch their breath between the terrifying haunted house and Sperry’s show a lounge area on the main floor will offer a comfortable refuge. Before leaving TIMES SCARE guests are invited to stop by the retail area for souvenirs including t-shirts, sweatshirts, shot glasses, post cards and more.