Las Vegas magician and Michigan native Aaron Radatz will be returning to the Village Theater at Cherry Hill in Canton, MI, for one show only-Friday, December 22nd at 7 p.m.
Radatz, who was just recently featured on the global TV sensation Masters of Illusion, will be presenting his show of magic and comedy. “This is one of the shows I am always excited about all year as I get to return to my home state and entertain during this magical season,” Radatz said. A perfect holiday family event as the show combines eye-popping feats of magic, sleight of hand, and escape all peppered with lots of laughs and an immense amount of audience participation by all ages.
One of the most rewarding experiences from this year’s show will be giving everyone in the audience a chance to help donate towards rescue animals of Michigan. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Humane Society of Michigan. In addition, Aaron Radatz’s new children’s book (The Adventures of Dingo the Dog) will also benefit the Humane Society with a portion of each book sale benefiting the organization. Aaron’s own rescue dog Dingo inspired the book and will be part of the show helping to raise awareness of this wonderful cause.
Aaron Radatz was born and raised in Detroit and began his magic career at the young age of 6. He continued honing his craft in these early years while attending Catholic Central High School and Central Michigan University; where he recently received the Outstanding Alumni Award.
Radatz is no stranger to the metro Detroit area with performances over the years for General Motors, Chrysler, Soaring Eagle Casino, Andiamo’s, Jeff Daniels, the Detroit Tigers, and several others. Time Magazine said, “He is the magician to see.”
Recently, Radatz completed his first headlining engagement on the famed Las Vegas Strip and is the only magician to have been commissioned by the US Pentagon to entertain our overseas troops. To date, Radatz has toured 45 U.S. states, 37 countries, and 6 continents. Tickets range from $18 to $24 and can be purchased online at www.cantonvillagetheater.org or by calling (734) 394-5300.