As The Middle Tennessee Magic Club prepares for their next big production, “The Fall Festival of Magic 2012,” the team responsible for the overall look of the show is striving to showcase as wide a variety of talents as possible.
“Each of the acts represents a different style of prestidigitation,” said David Williams, production director for the show. “Our goal is to offer the audience a truly diverse as well as entertaining evening.”
The magical night offers everything from the classical beauty of Steve Varro, a past international president of the Fellowship of Christian Magicians, to the comic antics of Master of Ceremonies Waldo McGillicuddy (Wayne Lovell), to the dramatic mentalism of Jerry Fraley Jr. from Twisted Mind Majik.
“Steve has been a professional magician for more than 30 years and has appeared in as many countries,” said Blaine Little, the show’s assistant director.
Rounding out the cast will be Jeff Mullins, Reo Hagood and Mongo the Magnificent. Performing magic in the lobby before the show will be George Erdel, John Harmon and Gene Cunningham.
“The Fall Festival of MAGIC 2012” hits the stage at 7 p.m Friday and Saturday nights at the Center for the Arts, located at 100 W. College Street in Murfreesboro
Tickets are on sale eight now at J. Mullins Jewelry & Gifts, located at 352 W. Northfield Blvd., and at the Center for the Arts by calling 615-904-2787, visiting boroarts.org or stopping by the box office.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids under 12.