Illana Stein will direct the world premiere of COMPLICITY at the New Ohio Theatre. While some forms of entertainment can transcend a computer screen, close-up magic requires being seen in person, Steve Cohen said. The refined and intimate setting of Chamber Magic can accommodate 50 to 60 guests, so that everyone can see the exciting moments of the show up close and members of the audience have a unique opportunity to participate in the presentation of Cohen's wonders. Cohen regularly presents his chamber magic show in the homes and events of wealthy people, with outstanding hosts such as Warren Buffett, Michael Bloomberg, Barry Diller, Martha Stewart, Jack Welch, Michael Eisner, Stephen Sondheim, André Previn, Anne-Sophie Mutter, the Queen of Morocco and the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.
Cohen has recreated the intimacy of the magical salon performances of the 19th century performing in the closed spaces of a private suite. Steve Cohen was born in Yonkers, New York, on February 1, 1971, and raised in Yorktown Heights and Chappaqua, in the northern part of Westchester County, New York. Yes, many of the most powerful and successful people in the world come to Steve Cohen when they need to impress their most fed up guests. Cohen lived in Tokyo for five years, where he worked as a society animator at the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel in Shinjuku.
The 110-page comic chronicles Steve's amazing adventures as a magician and includes martial arts, intelligent magic and unexpected detours. He holds the esteemed rank of Member of the Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star, awarded by The Magic Circle in London. Steve Cohen, the ever-talented magician and illusionist, continues to fascinate guests with his acclaimed chamber magic show held at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue on 50th Street. Cohen baffles his guests with up-close magic as he recreates the ballroom entertainment that characterized Manhattan in the early 20th century.
Chamber Magic began his performances in 2000 in a Greenwich Village apartment before moving to The National Arts Club. Chamber Magic has been presented by Cohen since April 2001; its creative director is magician, author and positioning expert Mark Levy. Cohen will be unmasked by the performance, but he has been fully vaccinated and will also undergo a regular testing regime. At Chamber Magic, guests are invited to a lounge at the Lotte New York Palace, dressed to impress with cocktail attire.