2018-10-21 / Community View

Jonathon LaChance, Jim Alt in comedy and magic show Oct. 27

LAPEER — Identifying himself as half-magician, halfcomedian, Jonathon LaChance has made a career out of simultaneously blowing minds and splitting sides at theaters and comedy clubs across the country. Next Saturday (Oct. 27), he will bring his “Laugh Magic Live” show to the PIX Theatre stage at 7:30 p.m.

LaChance has showcased his talents on NBC’s The Today Show, and has also appeared on ABC and Fox programming. Don’t miss your chance to come experience one of Michigan’s most entertaining magic and comedy shows live in Lapeer. “LaChance will amaze and amuse audiences of all ages with his unique one-man show. Audience members will experience mind-boggling magic happening right before their eyes — while laughing until it hurts,” said Katie Beth Chrismer, media relations specialist for the Center for the Arts of Greater Lapeer. “See for yourself why audiences appreciate the smart, youthful charm of this show and leave wanting to see it all again.”

But there’s more…

By special arrangement, Lapeer’s own James Alt will perform during this show as well. You know him as the Lapeer Downtown Development Authority director — now meet a whole new side of Alt as he performs his own unique brand of amazing close-up magic. Get your tickets now for a full evening of magic and mirth.

Tickets are $12 each. Reserve yours before they sell out. To purchase tickets in advance, visit the PIX Box Office located inside Gallery 194, Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets may also be purchased over the phone at 810-664-4824 or online at www.centerfortheartslapeer.org.

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