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I.D.: Intimate Deceptions

Ran'D Shine

September 10

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2022 Fringe Festival

30 min

$20

Circus Campus


I.D.: Intimate Deception is an uncanny demonstration of sleight of hand, and psychological illusions performed in a close up setting. This 30 minute personal, blackbox show is not just about tricks, it’s about how magic can be used as metaphors for time, the significance of numbers, and connecting with strangers in surprising ways.

Appropriate for ages 13+

This show is presented as part of Circus Campus Presents. Circus Campus, established in 2017, fosters a tight-knit community of teachers, students, performers, and creators. Its inaugural Philadelphia Fringe Festival hub showcases the skills and variety of these incredible people. Visit their beautifully restored church facility in leafy-green West Mt. Airy, directly adjacent to Upsal Station. Learn more at circuscampusphiladelphia.com/presents/.

Health & Safety

Audience members may choose to wear masks at this event, but they are not required. Vaccination cards will not be checked.

 

Credits

Show developed, written, and stars Ran’D Shine.

 

About the Artist

Ran’D has become one of the MOST sought after magician in the industry, Mr. Shine’s magical style draws from his playful interactive relationship with his audience combined with his psychological engaging illusions and sleight of hand. He was named three-time College Magician of the year, performed for the troops on Navy bases in Japan, South Korea, and Singapore. Ran’D has also, appeared on the CW network’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us. and B.E.T. network “Man on the Street” segment. Additionally, Ran’D was the subject of the short film “Three Quarters” by Guggenheim Fellow Kevin Everson, and was featured in the documentaries “The Art and Soul of Magic: The Stories of African American Magicians” (2004) and “Quiet Masters of Magic” (2018).