Okay, by a show of hands, who didn’t go to the Magic Show Fund Raiser last night?
It’s okay, you can raise your hand. i really can’t see you. But I know you missed one outstanding show. If you every want to see some quality magic make you way to The Sparta Stage. Even if it’s not The Magic Garsetti himself you can be assured that if he’s having them perform they are true professionals.
And it Just keeps getting better!
Magician Paul Cohen will be joining Lou and Bob performing close up magic before the show. Show starts at 7:30 but get there early, for as soon as we open the doors at 7, Bob, Lou and Paul will be there to amaze you with their own styles of close up magic! “Right before your eyes!”
If that wasn’t enough Illusionist and Puppeteer John Bundy and his assistant Morgan will be joining the main show, Watch as John brings his marionettes to life on …the stage at the Bell and Barter. Morgan, also known as “The Escapist” will be performing her straight-jacket escape! These guys and Gal are good!
Don’t miss this night of magic – over a half dozen performers all getting together to support and raise money for the Bell and Barter Thetare.
If, and I mean if, you doubt this is the real deal – check out these links.
Don’t miss this show!
The Great Garsetti is coming to the Bell & Barter Theatre for one night only. March 18th at 7:30 pm. And he’s bring some of his friends! A evening of magic not to be missed and a great way to help save the Bell & Barter Theatre. ALSO – SCROLL DOWN and see our Go Fund Me post!
Thank you to all who attended “The Elves and The Shoemaker”
The kids did a wonderful job, the show was enjoyed by everyone and of course A visit with Santa was a big hit!
If you missed the show and therefore missed Santa, or just want to see him one last time before he heads north for that big night-
Stop in at the Bell and Barter Theatre on Sunday December 20th between 1 and 4 PM and see all of the Christmas decorations but up by our artistic director Bud Masters. And if you’re good you can have one last visit with Santa.
So please stop by and see the theatre and Santa – Admission is free
EATS Flyer (Click here to see a clear, printable version of flyer)
The costumes are selected, the parts have been learned, and the sets are near completion!
This can only mean one thing – It’s time for “The Elves and the Shoemaker”
This weekend, Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Don’t miss this classic fable with some Christmas spirit.
And remember – It has been confirmed, by a visit from Santa last Friday night.
He will be at the show; 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after each performance.