The touring Jay Owenhouse show breaks new ground across the nation with a new, elaborate stage show, which comes to the Alberta Bair Theater at 4 and 7:30 p.m. on May 3.
Tickets are available in advance at The Alberta Bair Theater box office. Proceeds will benefit The Rare Species Fund.
Owenhouse’s new show is a theatrical event where audiences not only witness the magic, they experience it. Audience members will float in the air, get sawed in half and help Owenhouse predict the future.
The show also features Bengal tigers Shekinah, a royal white tiger, and her sister Sheena, an orange Bengal.
Owenhouse spent 2008 touring China and Japan, Where Jay’s show received the “Best Touring Family Show in Asia” award. Now back in the U.S. He is working on his New T.V. Series.
Caught by the magic bug at four years old, Owenhouse first performed as a freshman in high school. Since then, in the spirit of “giving it away to keep it,” he’s invented magic effects and designed illusions not only for his show, but also for other magicians.