Magician/Illusionist David Caserta Haunts Easton's State Theatre, 10/27

Magician David Caserta, who remained suspended from the State Theatre marquee for 3 hours on first day of season sales on August 1, brings his magic spectacular for the entire family, Haunted Illusions, back to the State Theatre stage for two shows on Saturday, October 27. Show times are 3 PM & 7 PM.

Haunted Illusions is an evening of mind-blowing magic and comedy that gets the whole audience into the act. Master illusionist David Caserta has people levitating, disappearing, and reappearing in illusions that have been created just for this show. Families will thrill, laugh and possibly vanish from sight at a magic spectacular like no other.

Tickets are $20 ($10 for children 10 & under) and can be purchased in person at the State Theatre Box Office, 453 Northampton Street, Easton, by phone at 1-800-999-STATE or 610-252-3132, or online at Special Balcony Pricing is available for the 3 PM show only: a four-pack of balcony tickets is $50. Package price is available only in person and by phone. The shows are sponsored by 69.1 WFMZ TV and B104 and underwritten by Lehigh Valley Easy Pages.

The performances include special appearances by WFMZ’s Meteorologist Amanda Cox at the 3 PM show and B104’s Afternoon Host Jeff Hurley at the 7 PM show.

David Caserta is an award-winning magician who has toured the country with this unique production. He developed his own company, Stonefield Productions, to produce magic shows at venues around the world.

At age 16, David was hired to teach courses in magic at colleges and universities, and he went on to study Theatre Arts at Muhlenberg College. After an audition in Las Vegas, he was cast in the popular TV show “Saved By The Bell,” and toured the country to New York, New Mexico, California, Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, Virginia, and Pennsylvania performing 5-8 shows each day at theme parks and theaters.

This is the fourth appearance of Haunted Illusions at the State Theatre. In addition to the stunt this past August, David also performed a levitation from the historic State Theatre marquee in 2007.

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