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Celtic Magic: An Evening of Irish Grand Illusion

Starring Daniel GreenWolf

August 30 & 31 at 8:00PM, September 1 at 2:00PM

$30 general admission | $25 students & Seniors

Illusionists Daniel GreenWolf & Bella present Celtic Magic: An Evening of Irish Grand Illusion, at Hole in the Wall Theater for one weekend only. GreenWolf combines Magic, theatrical storytelling, quick-witted comedy, and a few death-defying feats with the beauty of Irish culture to create a unique theatrical experience that proves Magic isnt just for children.


The Story of Celtic Magic

Daniel GreenWolf has been a professional Magician for more than 20 years, performing his unique style of Illusions all over the country, including as a featured act at The Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT, as part of Jeff McBride’s Wonderground in Las Vegas, and along with international Celtic music group Enter the Haggis. 

Celtic Magic: An Evening of Grand Irish Illusion is a journey through Irish history, mythology, & culture, seen through the lens of Stage Magic, GreenWolf explainsAs a descendant of Irish immigrants, I feel deeply connected to the stories I’m telling. GreenWolf touches on many aspects of the Emerald Isle, from the Ancient Celts to the Irish Immigration to America, including several tales about growing up in an Irish Family.

From the moment we step on stage, the audience will know they’re seeing something truly different. Daniel GreenWolf has long red hair, wears a kilt and green face paint, hearkening back to the ancient Celtic warriors, so there’s never any worry that fans will confuse him for a traditional top hat Magician. “I wanted to write a show that reminded audiences to celebrate our strangenesswhile honoring our roots, whether you’re Irish or not”, says the Ginger conjuror.

“A seductive and witty performance” said the New London Day about Celtic Magic, while the Bristol Press called Daniel GreenWolf Spellbinding. Expect a combination of grand stage illusions, hilarious audience interaction, expert sleight of hand, and a bit of danger over the course of this family-friendly, high-energy evening show.

The show is recommended for ages 10+ because the more dangerous aspects might be a little frightening for the youngest of children.