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(L–R) Louie Magic, Daryl Hannah, and Dennis Diamond in "Elephant Room" at the Douglas.

Photo by Craig Schwartz.

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Elephant Room

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Aug 22 – Sep 16, 2012

Kirk Douglas Theatre

Uniqueness in the theater is a rare commodity and these guys are in possession of a patented, mood-brightening silliness.

If you think magic is weird, you’re right.

When Dennis Diamond, Louie Magic, and Daryl Hannah unleash their dudely powers of illusion, your mind will be blown (sorry, that’s just what they do).

The oddball duo that charmed Douglas audiences with all wear bowlers, Trey Lyford and Geoff Sobelle, have teamed up with the shaman-like powers of Steve Cuiffo to set the world of magic on fire (if they don’t burn down the house).

Prepare to be confounded with a show The New York Times calls one of the coolest places in town. But what do those suits know? Show up and find out for yourself.

Three magicians. Two acts. One show. Sub-zero intelligence.

Elephant Room was commissioned by Center Theatre Group and workshopped at the Douglas in 2009 as Next Stop Amazingland.

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Performance Length

The performance length is approx. 75 minutes, with no intermission.

Be Aware

Recommended for ages 13+ due to adult humor, mild adult language.

Children 6 and under who may cry or fidget are never admitted.

Center Theatre Group Show Guide for Parents