The First Parish Church of Watertown will host a springtime magic show, and all are invited.
The show will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 3 p.m. and features members of the local chapter of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, Silent Mora–Ray Goulet (Ring 122).
According to the event announcement: Performers will present a family show of amazing close-up magic before the show and spectacular stage magic. The show features several magicians, all members of Ring 122, who will engage and entertain audience members with a variety of magic. Cards, money, balls, and other familiar items will vanish, change form, and reappear; thoughts will be read and illusions witnessed. These professional and semiprofessional performers will bamboozle you while you laugh the whole time!
Tickets cost $10 or $25 for thefamily and can be purchased starting at 3 p.m. on the day of the show. Most of the proceeds from this show will be donated to First Parish of Watertown.
First Parish of Watertown Unitarian Universalist Church, 35 Church Street, Watertown, MA. For information or to book a reservation call 617-924-6143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Silent Mora
Ray Goulet Ring 122 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians Silent Mora was a famous magician who lived and died in Boston in the last century. He performed one of the finest sleight-of-hand acts and used only mime to communicate to the audience. Each chapter of the IBM is called a Ring. Ring 122 was founded in 1952 by magic enthusiasts and professional performers from Watertown and Newton.
It was named in honor of Mora and continues to spread astonishment, laughter, and wonder in his name. Watertown’s own Ray Goulet, a founding member of Ring 122, is a professional magician, magic collector, and local business owner who, with his wife Anne, have helped many discover the joy of magic. They are both lifetime residents of Watertown. Ray’s name was added to Mora’s in 2014 in recognition of all his efforts on behalf of Ring 122 and magic overall.