In Playing the Hand, best-friend illusionists Darren Tien and Jerryl Tan invite you into their living room in an intimate online show that takes you on a magical journey filled with trickery, deception, and mystery!
This live stream features the marvelous duo who explore themes of the self through a story that blends vignettes of personal stories, surprising illusions, and unexpected sleights of hand.
Tickets are available now, and if you purchase before 30 Jul, you'll even get a special mystery package!
With a combined performance experience of over 15 years, and having done shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Singapore magic duo Darren and Jerryl continue to redefine magic with their creative approach.
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Ages: Recommended for ages 6 and up
It'll be good, we promise 😊
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