St. Ann’s Warehouse’s Magic and Comedy Show

March 6, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
Share this:

DUMBO — St. Ann’s Warehouse continues its final season at 38 Water St. with the New York premiere of Elephant Room, a new theatrical event filled with off-the-wall magic and comedy.

Directed by Paul Lazar, innovative performers Trey Lyford and Geoff Sobelle  and celebrated actor-magician Steve Cuiffo perform as their alter-egos — illusionists Daryl Hannah, Dennis Diamond, and Louie Magic, respectively — in a singular show that examines the childlike wonder of three deluded illusionists who choose to live their off-center lives by sleight of hand.

 “Theirs is a world of tacky taxidermied pheasants, dim basement lighting, and background music that’s heavy on the synthesizer,” writes the Washingtonian magazine, “and it’s here, for a little more than an hour with no intermission, that the performers achieve a strange combination of slapstick gags and genuine ‘How the hell did they do that?’ magic.”

As the performance unfolds, the trio weaves a theatrical magic that is ripe with inventive slapstick, outstanding sleights of hand and clever satire.

News for those who live, work and play in Brooklyn and beyond

Performances of Elephant Room will take place March 22 to April 8 at St. Ann’s Warehouse. The running time is 75 minutes with no intermission. St. Ann’s Warehouse is located at 38 Water St. in DUMBO.

Tickets, which start at $25, are available online at and by phone at (718) 254-8779 or (866) 811-4111. They can also be purchased at the St. Ann’s Warehouse Box Office at 38 Water St.

Leave a Comment

Leave a Comment