New Yorks Premier Magician Makes the Recession Disappear, One Evening at a Time

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Steve Cohen Performs "Miracles at Midnight" at the Waldorf Towers

NEW YORK, April 2 // -- Laughter, wonder, and amazement are still alive and well in Manhattan, at least in the presence of Steve Cohen, the magician whose long-running Chamber Magic show, held weekly in the Waldorf Towers, has delighted and astounded more than 200,000 guests; Woody Allen called it "a religious experience." At the stroke of 12, on the last Saturday night of each month, Cohen will now magically wave the recession aside and present a new, exclusive show limited to only 20 guests, Miracles at Midnight.

The new show will include Cohen's signature illusions from Chamber Magic plus a dozen miracles he has previously reserved for private performances for Warren Buffett, Barry Diller, David Rockefeller, Michael Bloomberg, Jack Welch, Martha Stewart, Stephen Sondheim, Senator Chuck Schumer, the Queen of Morocco, and other notables.

Called "The Millionaires' Magician" by FORBES magazine, Cohen routinely reads the minds of even the most skeptical guests and moves objects without touching them. In one baffling illusion, he tears the entire front section of the New York Times into small pieces, then miraculously restores all the pages to their original state -- with no rips or tears anywhere!

Magic is in Cohen's blood -- at age six, he learned his first tricks from his uncle, a magician who knew Houdini, then practiced them at night when his parents thought he was going to sleep. He recalls hiding a deck of cards under the covers until they left the room. "Even then, my dream was to learn tricks that would help people see the magic all around them," Cohen says as he holds up a pen that suddenly disappears. How did he do that? "That's the one and only question I will never entertain," is his reply.

Tickets for the Saturday Miracles at Midnight show are $250 and include a full-color souvenir program, commemorative poster, and the memory of an amazing night you will remember and talk about for years!

Tickets for Chamber Magic, which runs Friday and Saturday nights at 7:00 and 9:00 and Saturday at 2:00 p.m., are $70.00. For more information, or to purchase tickets for either show, visit


    Holly Peppe


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