An Intimate Evening of Laughs and Wonder
The Hampshire House, Library (2nd floor) Map
84 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108
Dates and Times
|Sunday Jan 25, 2015||Reception: 3pm | Showtime 3:30pm (SOLD OUT)|
|Sunday Jan 25, 2015||Reception: 6:30pm | Showtime 7:00pm|
|Sunday Feb. 8, 2015||Reception: 3pm | Showtime 3:30pm|
|Sunday Feb. 8, 2015||Reception: 6:30pm | Showtime 7:00pm|
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Magicians Joel Acevedo and Steve Kradolfer join their talents in a performance that is engaging, funny, and mystifying. As one of only 50 guests, you will surely experience the magic just a few feet from your eyes. Add the elegance and sophistication of Boston’s Hampshire House and the result is an unforgettable event. A unique combination of intelligent comedy and amazing magic; a show you won't want to miss.
The event starts with a pre-show reception in the Hampshire's House Baker Bar. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served and are included in the ticket price. There will be a vast selection of cocktails and beverages available at the cash bar. Our guests then move to the sophisticated Library room where they will witness surreal situations come to life: common objects will appear and vanish, teleport to impossible locations, and move across the room in inexplicable ways. In addition, audience members will experience mind reading and telepathy between the magicians, and even each other! It is guaranteed to be a fun and memorable time.
Cocktail attire (Tie and/or jacket for gentlemen, dressy attire for ladies)
21 and up. This event is intended to be a fun evening out for adults.
Full cash bar available during pre-show reception and intermission.
1) Do I need to print out and bring a ticket to get in?
No. You can certainly bring your ticket in paper or electronic format (mobile device) but showing a picture id issued by the state will be enough to get in.
2) Will you be selling tickets at the door?
No. All ticket sales will be done online only.
3) Is there parking at the event? If not, is there a nearby facility in which to park?
The Boston Common Garage (Charles Street) is just a short walk away from the Hampshire House. All guests are eligible for a discounted rate upon validation of their parking ticket at the event venue. Also, there is usually street parking available on Beacon Street and adjacent streets.
4) Is there public transportation to the event?
Yes. All Arlington Street, Park Street, and Charles Street stations or just a short walk away. Get detailed directions here.
5) Is there are a place at walking distance where we could dine before/after the show?
Yes. The outstanding restaurant 75 Chestnut is just a block away from the Hampshire House. Call ahead for reservations: (617) 227-2175 website
6) Is the venue handicap accessible?
Yes. Please contact us if you need special accomodations.
Meet the Performers
Joel Acevedo combines his day job as an engineer at MIT with magic performances for individuals and corporations. For more than 15 years, he has amazed audiences in Puerto Rico, the U.S.A., and Spain; country to which he travels regularly to teach magic courses as a professor of the prestigious ‘Ana Tamariz School of Magic’ in Madrid. He is also a regular performer at Boston’s longest running magic and comedy show: ‘The Mystery Lounge’.
Steve Kradolfer is a sleight-of-hand expert. Utilizing a razor sharp wit and two of the most lethal hands in the business, Steve has entertained thousands of humans (and a few highly intelligent monkeys) for over twenty years. One of the founding producers of Boston’s The Mystery Lounge, Steve keeps his schedule filled with performances for Fortune 500 companies, universities, and comedy clubs across the globe. His list of clients include the Boston Red Sox, IBM, and the legendary David Copperfield.