Starring Tony Clark, directed by Lance W. Lan.
Presented by Fremont Centre Theatre, Tony Clark in association with James & Lissa Reynolds presents A Magical Story of life, love & legerdemain.
Award-winning master magician, Tony Clark, whose magical dance comedy review "PHANTASY" became the longest-running and most successful show in Lake Tahoe, has created "INTIMATE MIRACLES," a magic-driven love story set in the 1920's. Incorporating music of the period, Tony Clark's dazzling spectacle opens with 'flawlesss' sleight-of-hand illusions segueing into a journey of the heart where he meets a beautiful dancer. This unique and touching story unfolds in a most magical way as Clark travels into another dimension and the audience, mystified by his every move, will surely ask, "How does he do it?"
By the age of 18, Tony Clark had already been named Teenage Magician of the Year and had gained international recognition for his accomplishments. He then followed with a first place win in the Society of American Magicians' Stage Magic Contest, becoming National Stage Magic Champion. Clark has been a constant performer at casino showrooms all over the world, and has appeared in Lake Tahoe at Horizon Hotel & Casino and Harrah's; in Vegas at Bally's and the Sands; in Laughlin at Riverside; on two cruise lines, and in magic clubs in New York, Beverly Hills, Houston and Wizardz at Universal City Walk among others. He has appeared worldwide in England, New Zealand, Japan, Portugal, Puerto Rico and Argentina.
Tony's artful and astonishing illusions have also been featured on television, including NBC's "World's Most Dangerous Magic," "Extra," "E Entertainment," and his most recent stint on "Masters of Illusion." As a result of his successful show and his many highly entertaining performances, Clark received the Merlin Award for Best Magician of the Year from the International Magicians Society.
Writer and Director Lance W. Lane stages the play. Lane, who is a member of the Writer and Director's Unit of the Actor's Studio, has been a Playwright in Residence at the Lee Strassberg Theatre Institute where he mounted over 40 productions including "Yakima" and was nominated for two L.A. Weekly Awards. His feature film "Junked" was a finalist in the Austin Film Festival (writer and director) and "License to Steal" (writer and director) for his Java Productions, recently completed filming in New York. He is a member of the Director's Guild of America.