Due to popular demand, the City of Fairfax Theatre Co. (CFTC) has added extra performance dates to its production of “Spellbound,” magician Lars Klores’s
one-man show celebrating the art of magic. Using Zoom in ways no one has previously imagined, audience members will discover the mystery and shock happening right in their own homes, via their own hands.
The new performances will be held Friday-Saturday, Feb. 26-27, from 8-9:30 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 28, from 3-4:30 p.m. A Zoom link will be emailed to ticket holders, the day of the performance they’ve chosen to attend.
Each show will run about 80 minutes. They’re intended for adults, but are also appropriate for supervised children, 8 and older, with an interest in magic. Buy tickets at http://www.fairfaxcitytheatre.org/spellbound.html. However, tickets for all performances must be purchased by Monday Feb. 22, at 6 p.m., so mystery packages integral to each show will have time to arrive.
Only one ticket is needed per household – and shows are selling out fast, so potential attendees are encouraged to buy their tickets quickly. For questions and further information, contact Artistic Director Amanda Snellings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Spellbound” is a reality-bending, virtual performance featuring astounding acts of magic and mindreading, with effects that happen in your own home,” said Snellings. “This show will manipulate your eyes, your mind and even your hands, altering perception until you won’t know what to believe.”