Kwik Fill and Country Fair present a powerful theatrical experience you will never forget. The Spencers Theatre of Illusion will be presented on Friday, October 5 at 8 p.m. at the Library Theatre.
For more than a decade, Kevin and Cindy Spencer have dazzled the world with their engaging personalities, entertaining stage magic, and breath-taking illusions.
They have left a trail of accolades in their wake with more than 20 national awards, making them one of the most recognized and honored performance teams in the industry. Arts event programmers have named them Performing Arts Entertainers of the Year an amazing six times; and their peers recognized them as "the best of the best" by naming them International Magicians of the Year, joining the ranks of Doug Henning, Penn & Teller, and David Copperfield.
Theatre of Illusion is much more than a magic show. It is a magical concert for your eyes. And it is one of the largest touring illusion productions on the road.?Audiences cross over a threshold of disbelief only moments after the Spencers take the stage. The duo presents a big, high-tech stage show that combines drama, comedy, romance, and suspense with elaborate stage illusions that include dazzling special effects and magnificent set design.
Working with some of the leading creators, inventors, designers, and builders in the industry, the Spencers feature many original illusions that you simply won't see anywhere else.
Kevin believes, when presented properly, the art of illusion has the potential to move an audience - both emotionally and intellectually - in much the same way as great music, inspiring dance, and powerful theater.
Theatre of Illusion is a place where artistry and theater converge; where intellect and amazement collide; and where impossibility and inspiration are inseparable.
Tickets are available for this event and are $16, $12 and $10. Tickets are available from the Struthers Library Theatre ffice or online at www.strutherslibrarytheatre.com. Call ahead to reserve handicapped seating and assisted listening devices. 723-7231.
Entertainers come and go but few leave behind a lasting impression on their audiences or their art. The Spencers are one of those rare exceptions.