Love magic and illusions and was looking forward to this show. We went to a Sunday night show and sat in the 9th row which turned out to be the last row of people in the theater that easily would have held 3 - 4 times the number attending. Kirby is somewhat low key, but with the small audience everything seemed slow. On one illusion he wanted the audience to react to something he said and when the reaction wasn't what he expected he told his assistant to move on to the next illusion. The illusions were all top notch, but the performance was very low energy and felt even lower with the small crowd. His wife also does illusions in the show and is very good as well.
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