Thursday, June 27, 2013

Let's make this Sunday Houdini Day at Sacred Fools in Hollywood

This Sunday, June 30, I'm going to see the 2pm matinee performance of Watson and the Dark Art of Harry Houdini at the Sacred Fools theater in Hollywood. Joining me (so far) will be handcuff collector and escape artist, Joe Fox; Joe Notaro, webmaster of Harry Houdini Circumstantial Evidence; and the mysterious MSW. I'm hoping to also rope in the great Patrick Culliton and Tom Interval of Houdini Museum to make it a true Houdini dream team.

But I'd also love to throw this open to any and all Houdini and magic buffs. Let's all see the play together on Sunday and turn the Sacred Fools into our own Magic Castle for the day!

Tickets can be purchased online for $25 at the Sacred Fools website. You can also buy tickets for $16.50 via Goldstar (you'll have to sign-up for the site and there are a limited amount of these discount tickets available).

Again, the show we are seeing is on Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 2pm.

Hope to see you at the Sacred Fools!

UPDATE: Discovering the Dark Art of Houdini (and Jamie Robledo) in Hollywood.


  1. My God, this is the first time I ever wished I lived in LA!

    1. Hehe. We're thinking about hunting down the grave of Harry Kellar after the play.

  2. So sorry I couldn't go to this. Looking forward to hearing how you liked the show and if you stopped by Kellar's grave.

  3. Fantastic time! The play was terrific. I even got to chat with Houdini and Bess after. I'll post something up about this when I get the chance.

    We didn't make it to Kellar's grave unfortunately. Cemetery closed at 5:00. That'll be our next adventure.

  4. BTW, working on my review today. Hoping to get it up tomorrow (7/2).