A Series of Card Tricks Done in a Row
Written & Performed by Brad Micholson
Brad Micholson Magician - Winnipeg, MB
V.2 - MTC Up the Alley 
A really good card trick is a beautifully infuriating thing, and in A Series of Card Tricks Done in a Row, expert sleight-of-handsman Brad Micholson performs a series of beautifully infuriating things. For his first time at the Fringe, Brad presents an intimate one-man show, entertaining his audience with nothing but a deck of cards and the very finest of trickeries.

Show Info:
60 Minutes

Parental Guidance

Mild Language

Thu July 20 10:00 PM
Fri July 21 3:00 PM
Sat July 22 4:45 PM
Sun July 23 9:45 PM
Tue July 25 3:45 PM
Thu July 27 8:15 PM
Sat July 29 11:00 AM
Sun July 30 12:45 PM

A Series of Card Tricks Done in a Row

Brad Micholson Magician—MTC Up the Alley

This was the first I’d seen of the seven magic shows involved in Fringe this year, and it was terrific. It was a lovely treat to be greeted by the magician serenading us on his guitar while we took our seats.

It’s in my nature to want to be involved, so I eagerly volunteered to participate when asked. I sat across the table from a young performer in another show and we got to assist in each card trick. I think parts of us all want to try and see if we can watch the sleight of hand to see what’s happening, to see if we can figure out how he’s doing it. I remain baffled and impressed. Cannot fathom it. I had so much fun and it felt like a wonderfully intimate show as the audience watched closely to all the tricks and we shared laughter and moments of awe as a group. Absolutely delightful! Any fans of close-up magic or just wonder in general, definitely check this one out.

Calantha Jensen

A Series of Card Tricks Done in a Row

Brad Micholson Magician—MTC Up the Alley

This show was SO entertaining. The tricks were cool and puzzling and the performer, Brad, was so funny and engaging. The title although accurate, is hardly justice to the flurry of magical experiences in this show. My friend was selected for audience participation and we all had a blast watching how perplexed he was. I recommend this show to everyone looking to be amazed.

Amara Wiste