Joshua Jay’s immersive close-up magic show Six Impossible Things, currently playing a sold-out run at Wildrence, will return to the intimate performance space for a limited engagement this fall. The show plays to an audience of 20, which moves through several rooms where a new mystery unfolds.
In Six Impossible Things, directed by Luke Jermay, Jay performs magic inches from the faces of spectators. Performances are currently scheduled through July 28, and will resume October 25–December 15. Wildrence is located behind the Blue Door at 59 Canal Street.
“I have been creating Six Impossible Things for the past three years, it is truly a passion project,” says Jay. “Rather than make a show that is big and flashy for many people, we have gone in the opposite direction and made our experience intimate, for only 20 people at a time. With each show, every audience member gets to have that special moment, that story they can tell their friends about, that time that they experience magic up close. I am so excited by the audience’s reaction to our unique show and am thrilled that we get to return this fall for more impossible things.”
The artwork throughout the space is created by Serge Block.
Tickets can be purchased at SixImpossibleThingsShow.com.