Jay Owenhouse “The Authentic Illusionist” in “Dare to Believe!”
Presented By Owenhouse Promotions, LLC

Jay Owenhouse

“The Authentic Illusionist” in Dare to Believe!

Tue, Nov 12

Capitol Theater: $56 - $90

Jay Owenhouse “The Authentic Illusionist”, scheduled for TUE, NOV 12, has been cancelled. Ticket holders will be emailed about refunds. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Cancelled

Notices:

Ages 6 and up

Tickets for this performance will go on sale to the public FRI, OCT 4 at 11 AM. Questions? Call the ticket office at 608.258.4141.

The proceeds from the $79 VIP Gold Ticket go to help save Tigers and Cheetahs from extinction through the Corbett Foundation.

As a thank you for this support, VIP Gold Ticket holders receive the following: premium seating, souvenir lanyard and VIP badge (no access), VIP backstage Meet & Greet with Jay and one of his tigers (only available 45 min. Before the show) and souvenir program.

Jay Owenhouse, a legendary escape artist and one of the most awarded illusionists in history, will return to Madison – one night only – in “Dare to Believe!”, an illusion spectacular.

The show has been voted by audiences and critics alike “One of the Top 10 Live Shows in America”. Jay has amazed millions on TV in “Masters of Illusions” and “Magic on the Edge”. The Salt Lake Tribune calls him “Simply Amazing!” and The Tokyo Times calls the elaborate production “Truly Magic, a Must See!”

Jay welcomes you into his mysterious world of wonder and the impossible. You will experience grand illusions with the most amazing magic in the world, Bengal tigers up close, dangerous escapes and inspiring storytelling. Seeing the Owenhouse family live will leave you breathless. When a family works together, nothing is impossible!

Caught by the magic bug at four years old, Owenhouse first performed as a freshman in high school. Since then, in the spirit of “giving it away to keep it,” he’s invented magic effects and designed illusions not only for his show, but also for other world-renowned magicians.


Concerned about the animals? Read Jay Owenhouse’s statement on his beloved Tigers.