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Magic in Santa Fe

Magic returns to Santa Fe at the end of April at the Jean Cocteau Cinema, "Your Hometown Movie Theatre."  (Well, provided Santa Fe is your home town).

On April 25, we will be showing the hit magical heist film, NOW YOU SEE ME, for a week's engagement.



But a magical movie is just the beginning.  That weekend we will also be bringing in DAVID KWONG, the magician behind the film, to talk about the movie and its making, and perform  three live shows for us.  As Head Magical Consultant, David worked with the writers to design all the tricks for the film.  He's a double threat, however: puzzles as well as prestidigation are his province, and he also designs crossword puzzles for the NEW YORK TIMES.



David will be doing three shows for us: at 6:20 pm on Friday, April 25, and at 2:00 pm and 8:30 pm on Saturday, April 26.

Advance tickets are now on sale from the Cocteau website at http://www.jeancocteaucinema.com/

Come and join us, and prepare to be amazed.

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elmonocansado
Apr. 23rd, 2014 05:31 am (UTC)
The actual related post before this had its comments frozen so I apologize for putting this here. I just wanted to say, I wish I lived in Santa Fe since Jean Cocteau is receiving Mr. Diaz. I read his book The Brief Wonderful Life of Oscar Wao the past semester as part of a Literature and Cultural Diversity course and was completely blown away. The book not only has a great story and characters it has a real depth to its commentary that is immediate and undeniable. The session with him will surely be fascinating. Plus I bet he'll have some funny stories he's heard about people learning some interesting Dominican slang from his novel.
grrm
Apr. 23rd, 2014 05:19 pm (UTC)
OSCAR WAO is a terrific book, and Junot Diaz is an amazing guy, as good a speaker as he is a writer.

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