How Long Is The Chamber Magic Show?
Magician Steve Cohen, formerly of the Waldorf Astoria and now of New York's iconic Lotte New York Palace hotel, has established himself as a cutting-edge magician and mind reader.
At the Chamber Magic Show guest are invited to a lounge at the Lotte New York Palace, dressed to impress with cocktail attire. The adult-only audience for each performance is limited to 40 people, guaranteeing each guest an intimate view of each puzzling maneuver. Chamber Magic began his performances in 2000 in a Greenwich Village apartment before moving to The National Arts Club. This 200-page coffee table book contains personal stories, photographs, and commissioned artwork that Steve has collected and gathered over the past twenty years, celebrating the magic that the show has brought to New York.
While some forms of entertainment can transcend a computer screen, close-up magic requires being seen in person, magician Steve Cohen said. Cohen baffles his guests with up-close magic as he recreates the ballroom entertainment that characterized Manhattan in the early 20th century.
Magician Steve Cohen pulls off his illusions with intensity and sophistication for celebrities, royalty, government officials, and other VIPs, and has gained considerable media exposure and appreciation. The Chamber Magic Show is 90 minutes long.