BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND FOR THE SECOND YEAR!
An enchanting and unforgettable
evening of magic, mystery,
music, mirth, and fun
sure to bend your mind,
warm your heart, and
tickle your funny bone.
award winning magician,
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar
57 S. Cherry St., Galesburg, IL
SEATING IS LIMITED! RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW!
TICKETS: Advance - $10.00 | Day of the Show - $12.50
An Astounding Show in an Incredibly Fun Venue...
For the second year in a row, Galesburg's funnest, friendliest nitespot, the Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar plays host to a show that's been customized for this intimate venue, featuring an artist who has been called "an incredible act and probably one of the highest quality shows you'll ever see."
Over the past two years, he's become a regular fixture on Saturday nights at Cherry Street, and again and again,
patrons have been absolutely blown away by the mind bending tableside close up magic
of international award winning sleight of hand artist, Mitch Williams.
Now, for one night only, you'll have another chance to experience his award winning one man stage performance
The ART of Magic
is Mitch's dynamic and unforgettable one-man stage performance, an uplifting, mind-bending, musical, often hilarious, and consistently astounding journey through mystery and imagination that you're likely to remember for years to come.
In an unconventional shift of focus in magic from the traditional "how is it done?" to "why?", Mitch challenges his audiences to suspend their disbelief and takes them on a whirlwind journey of enchantment, adventure, and wonder into the world of the mysterious. By blending magic, mime, juggling, movement, fun audience involvement, and theatrical costuming and special effects with his dynamic stage persona, he creates a lasting impression that will leave you amazed, amused, and inspired.
Last year's show was a packed house. Make sure you get your tickets early before it's sold out!
is a multi-talented, world-class contemporary magical performing artist with credits in six countries on three continents. He has won several national and international performing awards, is considered an expert at sleight of hand, and is also an accomplished artist, athlete, and authority on creativity, peak performance, and human potential. Mitch has also conducted in depth seminars for magic enthusiasts throughout the country on "how to approach magic as an actual art form", all to rave reviews. He brings this wide variety of talents, skills, and expertise to his work, making his programs among the most original and innovative in his field.
Mitch's performing credits include: Harvey's Casino, Lake Tahoe; "It's Magic" show at the Variety Arts Center in Los Angeles; Beverly Hills Country Club, Beverly Hills, CA; Wizardz Nightclub in Universal City, CA; and he is one of the favorite performers at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA; the world's most famous magic nightclub. He has been featured on the same bill with such notable celebrities as Doug Henning, Penn & Teller, Lance Burton, Elaine Booslier, Rosie O'Donnell, Marty Allen, Jeff Dunham, and Dennis Miller. And he has also performed in Japan, Spain, Holland, Canada, and Mexico, and has appeared on television programs on Fuji-TV and NHK-TV in Japan and on the series, Aixo es Massa, on TV3 in Spain.
Cherry Street Restaurant and Bar...
has a long history as one of the most popular places to go for food, drinks and entertainment in Galesburg.
Prior to its current incarnation, the complex which now houses Cherry Street Restaurant, was previously home to a number of businesses, including Best Buy Furniture Store, Millie & Willy's Grocery, the Plaindealer Printing Co. and Martie's Pizza Restaurant.
In the mid 1980's the building was renovated, with the walls reverted to their original brick and the addition of a restored tin ceiling. It became a highly popular nitespot, under the name of the Cherry Street Brewing Company, until closing in 2009.
Recently Stan and Louella Devlin purchased the business, reopened it, and have breathed new life and fun into the venue, making it once again, one of the funnest dining and entertainment spots in west central Illinois.
When visiting Cherry Street, you also might come across the resident ghost, named Roxy. It's been alleged that Roxy was found dead in the bathtub of her 2nd floor apartment some time in the early 1900's. It's been said that she and her friends roam the building at all hours and some have even seen and heard proof of it, often in the form of fun little tricks she plays on people. If you pay attention, there might be times when you can feel her presence too. And if you get enough spirits in you, you might also believe not just in Roxy but in Magic too!!