Posted by Jon Raiker on 26 June 2015
Thirty years after their initial New York premiere, Penn and Teller will appear on Broadway in a new show beginning July 7th. The show will feature elements of their Las Vegas act and classics from their original repertoire.
In celebration of the Broadway show, The New York Times will be hosting a live TimesTalk event with Penn and Teller on Thursday, July 2nd from 6:30pm - 8:00pm EST at The Times Center in New York City.
This is a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the the genius and madness behind their act. The exclusive event will Continue Reading
Posted by Jon Raiker on 03 June 2015
This past week, we announced two HUGE releases from the most innovative minds in magic.
SubRosa is an underground technique, closely guarded for over a century. Flawlessly control a single card, or a group of cards, in a shuffled deck. Complete with expert instruction by Jason England - the reviews speak for themselves:
"This melted my brain. SubRosa just changed the game." - Blake Vogt
BREAK is a powerful effect that took years to produce. Visually bend and break a signed coin in half - then let the spectator keep the pieces. Real metal. Real money. Truly bent and broken Continue Reading
Posted by Jon Raiker on 23 May 2015
In case you missed it - the premiere episode of Exposé LIVE is now available to watch in our Media section.
Get the inside scoop on Sub Rosa, Break, and more in our very first Exposé livestream.
Special guests include Chris Kenner, Jason England, Andrei Jikh, R. Paul Wilson, Christen Gerhart, and Jonathan Bayme! Check it out. Continue Reading
Posted by Jonathan Bayme on 05 May 2015
This past weekend, we hosted a roundtable discussion podcast with Jason England. Members around the world submitted questions in the theory11 forums, and earlier today, Jason England sat down with theory11 founder Jonathan Bayme to answer.
You can listen to the podcast now in our roundtable discussion archive or in the embedded player below. Listen in for the inside scoop on Jason's upcoming project with theory11 - a secret closely guarded for over a century, finally unveiled - very soon.
Posted by Jon Raiker on 30 April 2015
The month of April brought a variety of releases to The Wire, spanning multiple genres of magic and cardistry. With so many titles to choose from, we decided to put together a short list of our favorites:
Retrospective by Jeremy Engel - A compilation of three original card flourishes from the hands of Jeremy Engel, taught in slow motion from multiple angles.
CreepyCoin by Arnel Renegado - The color of a signed coin mysteriously and visually changes black. The coin is fully examinable and you end completely clean.
Triangulum Things by Alex Loschilov - Level up your cardistry with this