The thrill of a one-of-a-kind Christmas show spills on until after New Year’s Day as Magic On Ice is extended at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Originally slated until Jan. 1 only, the spectacular show, which combines the excitement of magic and acrobatic tricks with the flair of ice skating, has added several play dates until Jan. 6.
The Magic On Ice schedule, including the added dates, is as follows: Jan. 4 (7:00 p.m.), Jan. 5 (2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. ), and Jan. 6 (2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.).
The word-of-mouth from those that have already Magic On Ice has been tremendous. The new dates will give more audiences a chance to catch the mind-boggling acts that have already enamored Pinoy audiences, as well as viewers from the United States, Europe and other parts of Asia.
With Magic On Ice, the Big Dome, considered as the Philippines’ mecca of sports and entertainment, is transformed into a giant skating rink complete with lights and effects produced by teams that have worked with international superstars Madonna, Sting and Prince.
Tickets to Magic On Ice are now available at popular prices in Ticketnet outlets nationwide. The public may also buy their tickets through www.ticketnet.com.ph or may call 911-5555.
The show’s creator and main protagonist Steve Wheeler has described Magic On Ice as “a unique combination of ice skating and magic. It combines the speed and the elegance, the power and beauty of ice skating with big, theatrical magic illusions.”
Furthermore he notes, “The audience will see lightning fast appearances, vanishes and transformations, beautiful levitations, death-defying escapes, and some real fun, interactive comedy numbers that involve members of the audience.”
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