New York based magician Jeff Grow is opening a new show "Creating Illusion" as part of the soloNOVA Arts Festival. The show begins on Monday, May 18th here in New York City.
The tools of the conjurer can be seen all around us. Jeff explores the diverse facets of the art of illusion - whether for entertainment or manipulation, beauty or deception. Elegant sleight of hand and surreal mind reading mix together to explore the tools of the art of creating illusion.
The 6th Annual soloNova Arts Festival continues celebrating excellence in solo performing and visual artist, including character pieces, storytelling, interactive fun design, dramatic and humorous monologues, paintings, singer/songwriters, magic, cabaret, performance art, photography, comedians and spoken word.About Jeff Grow:
Whether Jeff is entertaining guests with intimate sleight of hand miracles or presenting stage magic for hundreds, he delights guests in a presentation that transcends simply puzzling people. The rich simplicity and direct nature of Jeff’s performance makes it accessible to a wide scope of audiences from Fortune 500 companies to up-and-coming arts festivals. Elegant sleight of hand and surreal mind reading mix together to explore the diverse facets of the art of illusion.
Jeff has been featured in award winning films, and national and international commercials for Progressive Insurance, Computer Associates, Absolute Poker and others.
He is a featured performer at New York City’s top venues and events. Chrysler Corporation, Jive Records, Eileen Fisher, the National Football League and a plethora of private clients have all incorporated Jeff's outstanding magic into their principal events. He is a regular performer at Monday Night Magic, the longest running off-Broadway show of it’s kind and his stage shows have been presented in venues through out New York City and Europe.
Monday - May 18 @ 9pm
Wednesday - May 20 @ 9pm
Friday - May 22 @ 9pm
Saturday – May 23 @ 4pm
Saturday - May 23 @ 9pm
103 East 15th Street @ Union Square East
New York City
Tickets: $20 general admission, $15 students/ seniors. Click here!