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Theatre & Performing Arts

Magic Show at Chicago’s Rhapsody Theater

The Rhapsody Theater, 1328 W Morse Ave presents British Magician Andi Gladwin, the world-famous master in his craft. Gladwin will perform for the first time in Chicago with a unique full evening production, created exclusively for The Rhapsody Theater, called SHUFFLED. This strictly limited run of two weeks from November 9th through November 19th,is an intimate show for only forty audience members seated in a special configuration that affords everyone a special perspective.

Audiences will have a show experience like never before. Each guest is invited to bring their own deck of cards. A deck kept from Grandmother’s Bridge game? A tourist deck from a previous vacation? The family Uno deck? Whatever the deck; bring it along and it will become part of the show in the hands of a master of sleight-of-hand.

Who Is Andi Gladwin?

British magician Andi Gladwin has dedicated his life to magic. He has performed all over the world at prestigious events such as in Washington, DC for President Obama’s Inauguration, the world’s most expensive private yacht, and more.

“The best magic creates a story,” Andi says, “My aim is for everyone to walk away with a new experience that they will talk about for the rest of their lives.” Those stories have been told by guests at thousands of events over the past decade.

Andi was a winner of Penn & Teller: Fool Us, where he managed to leave the magic duo completely dumbfounded. He has also appeared on British ITV’s Next Great Magician, and is a season regular on CW Channel’s Masters of Illusion. His magic is funny, upbeat, and downright deceiving. Audiences will be talking about it for years to come … and will never look at that family deck of cards in the same way again.

Secure Your Shuffled Tickets

Take part in this extremely limited run of 10 shows from November 9th-19th, with just 40 seats per show. Prepare to be part of an experience that transcends the ordinary; a magic show where the audience brings the props.

70 minutes, no intermission.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit The Rhapsody Theater’swebsite.


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