Prepare to be shocked by uncanny mental feats and otherworldly occurrences at Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities, hosted by two of the Washington, D.C. area’s top magicians. In this show at the Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbour on June 24 and July 29, 2017, Willard Royal and Peter Wood blend magic, mentalism and a healthy dose of clean comedy for an intimate and up-close performance that harkens back to the private parlor magic shows that dazzled high society crowds more than a century ago. Come dressed in your finest cocktail attire for this extraordinarily enchanting performance.
Regular price: $45-$65; Goldstar ticket price: $22.50-$32.50
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About Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities
For the ultimate night out in Baltimore, Willard & Wood present an incredible evening of magic and mind reading. The go-to performers for top companies and organizations, they have received praise from both press and peers for their full evening show of impossibilities.
With a nod to the private parlour shows which dazzled the elite a century ago, Willard, along with his colleague Peter Wood, present a sophisticated evening of the impossible in an up-close setting. Guests arrive dressed in cocktail attire, and are treated to a range of visual and mental impossibilities.
No rabbits. No hats. Instead, Willard & Wood showcase an engaging blend of impossible mental feats and objects which do the unimaginable. “It’s about connecting with people,” Willard states, “consciously and unconsciously, to craft an entertaining feeling of wonder.”
“Without realizing it, we all have a limited view of what’s possible and what isn’t,” Peter Wood continues. “Our job is to make people question what they take for granted.”
Separately, Willard and Wood are in demand with top companies and organizations in the area. Together, they present a show that is “first class,” “never disappoints,” and “a must see,” according to Trip Advisor guest reviews.
The show runs approximately 90 minutes, plus intermission. The experience is intended for adults, but young people ages 13 and up are welcome to join a parent if they are mature and well-behaved.
Cocktail attire is requested.
Willard demonstrates an uncanny knack for connecting with people. Naturally this skill led him to our nation’s capital, where such services are in high demand. On stage, the Ozarks native uses ordinary objects to create the extraordinary. Willard is a nationally certified hypnotist, and prior to his current tour, he hosted Willard’s Parlour of Mystery in Arlington, Virginia. Known as DC’s “comedy club of magic,” it was praised by both press and peer, and ultimately became Trip Advisor’s #1 Nightlife Attraction.
About Peter Wood
Peter Wood, the “Collector of the Impossible,” has been delighting groups with the impossible for more than two decades. Top companies rely on him for entertainment, including AOL, Frito-Lay, Lockheed Martin, and the Baltimore Ravens. Peter’s show is a blend of impossible objects and amazing skills, peppered with comedic wit, and delivered with unparalleled showmanship.
For more information and for private booking details, visit Peter’s website: CollectoroftheImpossible.com
About Willard’s Parlour of Mystery
In 2015, Willard began bringing exceptional comedy and magic to the Baltimore and DC area.
Founded in the former Comedy Spot Arlington location, Willard’s “Parlour of Mystery” became a mainstay of entertainment in the DC area.
The Washington Post’s John Kelly raved: “The Washington area has many fine attractions: venerable historic sites, world-class museums, great natural beauty. What the D.C. area did not have was Willard’s Parlour of Mystery.”
As the Ballston Common Mall location was being closed for demolition, Willard decided to take his Parlour to a new location. Partnering with Baltimore’s Peter Wood, the two entertainers delight audiences with an evening of magic, mind-reading, and impossibilities in Baltimore.