NOTHING TO HIDE Enters Final Two Weeks of Performances at Pershing Square Signature Center
The highly acclaimed show NOTHING TO HIDE, produced by Werner Entertainment and Ostar Productions, is now in its final two weeks of performances and will play through January 18, 2014 in The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues). Tickets are on sale through Ticket Central via www.ticketcentral.com, by calling 212-279-4200, or in person at Ticket Central Box Office (416 West 42nd Street; Open 12-8pm daily).
Two of the world's most gifted sleight-of-hand artists, Derek DelGaudio (2011 & 2012 Close-up Magician of the Year) and Helder Guimarães (2011 & 2012 Parlor Magician of the Year) star in this uniquely unconventional magic show, directed by Emmy Award winner Neil Patrick Harris. Through a series of diverse and engaging vignettes, NOTHING TO HIDE leads the audience on an amazing and memorable journey into a world of pure astonishment. The show's producers recently announced that the production recouped its full $400,000 capitalization costs in only eight weeks of performances and has grossed over $1 million in ticket sales.
NOTHING TO HIDE sold out a four month run at the Geffen Playhouse last year and became an "impossible" ticket, with hundreds of eager fans turned away. TNOTHING TO HIDE is created by Helder Guimarães & Derek DelGaudio, written by Derek DelGaudio, featuring Magic Choreography by Helder Guimarães and directed by Neil Patrick Harris. The show also features Artistic Direction by Glenn Kaino, Production Design by Dave Spafford, Lighting Design by Adam Blumenthal and Music by Pedro Marques.
Tickets for NOTHING TO HIDE are available through Ticket Central via www.ticketcentral.com, by calling 212-279-4200, or in person at Ticket Central Box Office (416 West 42nd Street; Open 12-8pm daily). Tickets range in price from $86.50 to $96.50. Premium seating is available for $139.50 and exclusive front row on-stage seating is available for $159.50. No one under 16 years of age will be admitted into the theatre.
Photo Credit: Walter McBride