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2013-2014 Leach Family Series

 

Adam Trent

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Friday, October 4, 2013

7:00 pm

Tickets:  $16/ $12
$10 S&T Students (1 ticket per ID)

 

Call 573-341-4219

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Described as “Justin Timberlake meets David Copperfield” by GP4T Magazine, Adam Trent is taking the magic world by storm, blending dancing and singing to original pop music with innovative stage illusions, charming wit, and emotion to create an experience that is part magic show, part concert, and part stand-up comedy. He is a self-taught performer touted by some of today’s greatest magicians as being a genius headed straight for stardom.  Witness for yourself how magic has changed!

A 17-year veteran of magic and stage performance, Trent truly knows how to appeal to all age groups, entertaining internationally at venues ranging from cruise ships, colleges, comedy clubs, theatres, and civic centers. Having performed over 300 live shows in 9 different countries during the last year alone, he is rapidly shattering the stereotype of the typical magician.

 

Visit Adam Trent's website here.

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