812.323.3020 114 E Kirkwood Ave. Bloomington, IN 47408
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Simon Coronel’s Magic Smackdown

Presented by: Bloomington Playwrights Project

Where: BPP

General Admission: $USD 25.00

Showtimes

Thursday, September 26th 7:30 pm Buy Tickets
Friday, September 27th 7:30 pm Buy Tickets
Saturday, September 28th 7:30 pm Buy Tickets

Description

Poster for Magic SmackdownSimon Coronel’s Magic Smackdown combines the amazing magic of Penn & Teller’s Fool Us, the humor and fun of Whose Line Is It Anyway, and the excitement of live voting you find on American Idol. This wholly original evening of entertainment stars award-winning stage and television magicians (and regulars of the Magic Castle) competing for both your attention and your affection. It’s an exhilarating and interactive magic show that will keep you laughing and amazed.

The BPP lobby will open an hour in advance; if the show has not sold out in advance any remaining tickets may be purchased at the BPP box office counter at that time. House opens half an hour in advance. Refunds or exchanges can only be made up to 24 hours in advance of showtime. This performance is not part of the BPP season subscription. Ivy Tech and Cook discounts don’t apply to this event.

The Venue

BPP
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107 West 9th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47404

The Bloomington Playwrights Project (BPP) is the only professional theatre in Indiana dedicated solely to new plays. This venue features two performance areas: the Timothy J. Wiles Mainstage Theatre and the Lora Shiner Studio Stage. Public spaces within the BPP are fully accessible, but patrons should alert the BCT Box Office (812.323.3020) of special needs so that appropriate seats can be reserved at performances. Parking is available on the street or in a nearby garage.

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The Promoter

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107 West 9th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47404

The Bloomington Playwrights Project (BPP) is the only professional theatre in Indiana dedicated solely to new plays. In operation for 35 years, the BPP serves both the Bloomington and national theatre communities by working with talented playwrights, actors, and artists to develop high-level productions for both local patrons and the many audiences attending subsequent productions of scripts that originated at the BPP. The Bloomington Playwrights Project is an advocate for playwrights and new plays, believing firmly that they are not only important but absolutely vital to the future of the art form.

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