Brooklyn, New York
An Immersion into a Magician's Mind.
Join up-close illusionist Siegfried Tieber for an interactive evening of sleight of hand. Following a sold-out, critically adored run in Los Angeles, Siegfried brings his extraordinary mastery of card magic to Brooklyn. "It was just wonderful, every moment of that," Penn Jillette once said of Siegfried's dazzling skill.
See/Saw is an intimate experience where you’ll keep an eye on the magician’s every move, and even participate, as he astounds you with his card conjuring. Throughout the evening, Siegfried will answer your questions and share the philosophy behind his unique form of magic.
Friday, July 27, 2018–
Sunday, September 09, 2018
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Siegfried Tieber is a Los Angeles-based performer and sleight-of-hand magician. He was born and raised in Ecuador, where his passion for magic began. His first international appearance was in 2011 in Bogotá, Colombia. In 2015, Siegfried headlined at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest arts festival in the world, where his performance was highly praised by critics and media outlets. Most recently, he was invited to be part of Penn & Teller: Fool Us, a television series celebrating magic and featuring the legendary performance duo.
Siegfried is a member and regular performer at the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood – an exclusive private club for the Academy of Magical Arts. Although he has appeared in a few film productions and collaborated with numerous organizations, his heart is in performing close-up magic in front of live audiences – always with his sleeves rolled up.
Friday, July 27, 2018–Sunday, September 09, 2018
- Thursdays: 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
- Fridays: 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
- Saturdays: 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.
- Sundays: 4:30 p.m., 7 p.m.
- Cocktail attire is encouraged.
- Complimentary prosecco will be available to guests over 21.
- Still photography is allowed, flash photography is prohibited at all times.
- Video is strictly forbidden.
- Recommended ages for audience members is 16+.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I exchange my tickets for a different showtime?
We are not able to accommodate exchanges. However, you can resell your ticket or send to another person by using the instructions below.
Are tickets transferable? Can I give a ticket to a friend, or sell them to a stranger?
Tickets are indeed transferable! The attendee using the tickets can give the ticket purchaser’s name at the door as well as the order number, which can be found in your confirmation email.
Can I get a refund?
Unfortunately, we can't issue a refund, but you're more than welcome to transfer your ticket to a friend. The attendee using the tickets can give the ticket purchaser’s name at the door as well as the order number, which can be found in your confirmation email.
Do you have a waitlist for tickets?
We do not have a waitlist for tickets, however, if we are able to extend our show those following us on Facebook and on our newsletter list will be the first to know.
I see that the event is suited for audience members ages 16+. Could I bring a child under that age of 16 if I accompany them?
This show was designed for an adult audience, and have found that children under 16 simply aren’t as interested in this experience. For your child’s enjoyment and for the enjoyment of others, children under 16 are not allowed.
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Artistic & Production Team
Jon Armstrong is an internationally acclaimed sleight-of-hand artist, lecturer, and consultant—not to mention a superstar in the magic community. He has received numerous honors including Close Up Magician of the Year awarded by the world famous Magic Castle/Academy of Magical Arts, where he is a regular performer.
Jared Kopf is a poet based in Dallas, Texas. His work has been featured in multiple countries around the world and his publications Vaticinium ex Eventu and Nothing but the Family Deck have received critical acclaim. Mr. Kopf is considered by many one of the most influential thinkers in his field.
Sarah Caye is a Brooklyn based set designer that transforms any platform or project presented to her. Be it photo, film, tv, or event, she materializes captivating visions and stimulates authentic stories. She is ever-grateful that her process is a collaborative one that combines the talent of so many other incredible creatives.
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All photos by Aaron Champion