Starring Joshua Jay
Directed by Luke Jermay
Hosted at Wildrence
in which you will experience astounding magic inches
from your face, in the dark, and even alone.
It is the first and only immersive close-up magic show
The show is approximately 75 minutes and includes an unusual refreshment and a hard-backed volume not otherwise for sale.
Six Impossible Things has been built into Wildrence, an acclaimed event space on the Lower East Side. In each room, a new mystery unfolds to reveal an impossible 'thing'.
You will see six astounding magic effects, all original compositions by master magician Joshua Jay.
The show is strictly limited to twenty persons per show, and reservations are limited to groups of eight or less.
Tickets are $106—136.
Doors open fifteen minutes before showtime and the show begins promptly at the designated hour. Absolutely no late admittance or refunds offered.
Due to the nature of the show, guests are admitted JUST ONCE to Six Impossible Things. So pay attention, enjoy, and don't blink.
Yep. It's an insanely poor business decision, but the show is designed to surprise and dazzle ONCE. Due to our limited run, we must allow a maximum number of people to experience the show. We're keeping a database, and anyone recognized as a previous attendee won't be admitted.
ALSO NOTE: This show is strictly for attendees 14 and up. No children, please.Book Tickets
Be comfortable, but don’t dress like a slob.
Joshua has performed on stages in over 100 countries, and this is his first residency in New York. Joshua was awarded the top prize at the World Magic Seminar and has fooled Penn and Teller on their hit show, Fool Us. He holds a Guinness World Record in card magic. He has performed magic on numerous television shows, most recently Good Morning America and The Today Show.
Joshua Jay is the author of MAGIC: The Complete Course, The Amazing Book of Cards, and, for children, Big Magic for Little Hands.
He has designed illusions for stage and screen, including a recent collaboration with HBO for Game of Thrones. Joshua consulted with the United States Postal Service on the design of their postage stamp series, Magic.
Joshua appeared at the 2008 Inaugural Ball for President Barack Obama, and has also delivered private performances for former Presidents Clinton and Trump.
Most recently, in January 2018, Joshua was recognized by the Society of American Magicians with their highest proclamation, for his contribution to the art of magic.
“Magic’s renaissance man”