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The solo magic show is playing an extended run at The Judson Theatre.

Asi Wind's Inner Circle

Israeli-American magician Asi Wind’s solo show Inner Circle has announced the end of its run at The Judson Theatre. Presented by David Blaine in his New York producing debut, the Off-Broadway show will play its final performance January 14, 2024, completing multiple extensions.

The show, which opened September 18, 2022, was originally scheduled to complete its run January 1. Wind performs the intimate and personal magic show in a space specifically designed to give audiences a close-up look.

“The audience creates a deck of playing cards, and the whole show is done with the cards they created,” says Wind. “So people never choose a card. They choose a person. They choose a name. And, it means so much more to me and to them.”

John Lovick directs the production which features production designer Adam Blumenthal. Design build is by ARCANA. Serving as production manager is Jonathan Zencheck, with KGM Theatrical serving as general manager. Arny Granat, Michael Cohl, and Winston C. Simone produce alongside Blaine.

Wind fooled notable musicians Penn and Teller on their television show Penn & Teller: Fool Us which challenges magicians and illusionists to perform a trick that Penn and Teller cannot figure out how to do.


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