Join magicians David Parr and Erica Sodos as they virtually celebrate the magic of Valentine’s Day! The Witch and The Wizard are getting a head start on the day of togetherness — by combining David’s interest in the weird side of history, and Erica’s deep connection with mystical traditions, to make an unforgettable evening of surprises, mysteries and wonders!
On February 13 at 7:30pm Central, the wizardry of the Zoom platform will beam The Witch and the Wizard to your computer or device screen, where you’ll have a virtual front-row seat for all the magical shenanigans, interactivity and fun! In this one-hour show, minds will be read, fortunes foretold, and the laws of physics turned upside down. We will uncover the love secrets hidden in our palms, unearth the roots of Valentine’s Day, and celebrate love in all forms. Dark arts will be mastered and dark chocolates consumed. (Because yum.) Erica and David will even make magic happen in your own hands! How is that even possible!? Join us and find out!
And here’s something else that’s sweet: this is a “pay what you can” event! You set the ticket price. How much is an evening of magic and mystery worth? That’s up to you. Reserve your virtual seat, grab a beverage and some snacks, and we’ll see you on the 13th!
One more thing: be sure to stick around after the show, because David and Erica will be doing a Q&A sesh. So if you have a question you’ve always wanted to ask a witch or a wizard, this will be your chance!
Sunday, February 13, 7:30pm Central Time (US and Canada). One-hour show, plus a Q&A after. Reserve your spot here:
For more than thirty years, Erica Sodos has been inspiring individuals and organizations to tap into their magic within and appreciate the wonders that surround us. Erica was featured on National Public Radio in a story exploring why female stage magicians are so rare, and she is currently writing a comprehensive “herstory” book about women in magic. Her monthly show, The Magic Within, is currently in its seventh year. Erica is also a compassionate vegan and activist. When she is not weaving her wonders, she works at an animal sanctuary, leading tours to educate people about the amazing animals that share our magical planet.
David Parr is a winner of the coveted “Fool Us” trophy on the hit TV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us. David created and costarred in Chicago’s longest-running magic show, which was chosen by the Travel Channel as one of the top nine magic shows in the nation. (Because top ten lists are so passé.) He is a frequent performer at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, and the author of some well-regarded books for magicians. His thought-provoking writings about the art of magic have been featured in publications in the US, Germany, France, Australia, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Sweden.