Starring award-winning magicians, this 21st-century magic show is unlike anything audiences will have seen before. Masters of Illusion’s limited engagement is a brand-new production featuring modern illusions from award-winning magicians.
“We are extremely excited to bring Masters of Illusion to the Las Vegas Strip. The touring show continues to successfully perform across the United States and around the world and has been seen on the CW television network,” said Jim Romanovich, president of worldwide media at Associated Television. “We now look forward to performing nightly in the magical Jubilee Theater at Bally’s.”
MASTERS OF ILLUSION is produced by Associated Television International with executive producers David McKenzie (“The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards,” “Marie starring Marie Osmond”), David Martin (“Marie starring Marie Osmond,” “The Hollywood Christmas Parade”) and Gay Blackstone (“The World Magic Awards” 2007-2009).
“We are thrilled to welcome Masters of Illusion to its new home at Bally’s, bringing a new, exciting level of magic to our property,” said David Hoenemeyer, regional president of Bally’s Las Vegas. “Our guests will be inspired and entertained by some of the greatest magicians in the world.”
Masters of Illusion has performed live in front of tens of thousands of people worldwide over the past six years, and been seen by over 100 million viewers on the CW network and in 125 other countries around the world.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, Oct. 13 at 10 a.m. PT.
Associated Television International (ATI) is an Emmy-winning, worldwide media company that has been in business for over 30 years as a full service production and distribution entity. It is not only one of the top ten independent syndicators of original programming in the United States and is also a leading distributor in international markets.
Operating out of their 66,000 sq. ft. building in Los Angeles, ATI has their own sound stage and full service production and post-production facilities. ATI produces over 300 hours of programming annually, all of which it develops in-house, self-funds and distributes.