MAXWELL, IOWA – Part magician, part comedian, and totally dysfunctional, Nathan Tricky Allen will be bringing his acclaimed “adults only” blend of magic and comedy to Maxwell. Nathan will be making a stop at the Maxwell Area Community Center (84 Main St, Maxwell) on Saturday, March 21.
Yes, Nathan Tricky Allen is a magician, but don’t be fooled – you will see NO tuxedo and NO sparkly boxes in this show. Instead, Nathan, who travels nationally (but now calls Collins his home base), combines sleight-of-hand magic, stand-up comedy, dangerous tricks, stupid stunts, immature pranks, and hilarious (and unpredictable) audience interaction into one of the very few magic shows in the entire country that is both geared for adults AND funny.
With over 20 years of professional on-stage experience, the best trick up Nathan’s sleeve is his ability to connect with a crowd, and it’s a trick he can pull off whether he is at a comedy club, a biker bar, or a Fortune 500 corporate event – each of which regularly give him standing ovations.
Known for being naughty and tons of fun, without being gross or offensive, Nathan’s personality-driven performances have been described as “One of the funniest magic shows EVER!” (Happenings Magazine; Kenosha, WI), “Star entertainment!” (Inside Magic; Los Angeles, CA), and “A laugh-filled night with a wild and edgy magician!” (Seattle Performs; Seattle).
The International Brotherhood of Magicians presented Nathan with the Justo Hijo Magic Award, based on skill, originality, and entertainment value. He has performed at private parties for heads of state, has appeared on NBC, ABC, The CW, PBS, and TV3 (Europe), and he has been invited to entertain at special events across America for 3M, Budweiser, Ford, Honda, Chevrolet, Wal-Mart, and Facebook, to name just a few.
And yet, in a typical example of his priorities, he insists that he is most proud of being elected Class Clown.
The March 21 event tickets can be purchased at either Toots Cuttin Parlor (Maxwell) or online at http://www.MaxwellMACC.com. Advance tickets can be had at a bargain, only $15 each or two for $25. On the day of the show at the door they jump up to $20. In either case, it’ll be an economical night out that will also help our community, as the event is B.Y.O.B. for ages 21+, and ticket proceeds will go to help the Maxwell Area Community Center with badly-needed repairs and improvements.
For more information about Nathan’s show, visit http://www.AdultsOnlyMagic.com.