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Ron Giesecke
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We hope to reschedule this performance at a later date when conditions allow us to resume
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The Bohemian Art Loft is really excited to bring back Ron Giesecke this time accompanied by his friends, Dean Waters and Stephen Chollet from Chico for a very special show.  We've seen him perform and we promise you will NOT be disappointed!

Last time we had Ron, he sold out, and this show is


so we advise advance tickets!

Meeting at the Crossroads one night, three intrepid performers began to compare notes.  Realizing it was possible to occupy the same profession and be literally nothing alike, they decided to combine their digital, cognitive and dramatic skills to see what might happen.

Dean Waters is a working magician in Chico, California, and can be most frequently seen performing as the house magician for the Pour House.  His combination of parlor and close-up magic are unparalleled in the area, and his flair for the comedic amplifies these traits immensely.

Stephen Chollet is a mentalist—by the time he’s done with you, you’ll be questioning whether or not he got under your hood and “had a look around”  A deft understanding of human psychology as well as magic, Stephen combines these things with a degree of prop minimalism that allows for plots to remain clear and straightforward.  He too, hails from Chico, California, and is performing regularly, both at home and for conferences.

Ron Giesecke is local, and known locally—both for his skill with sleight-of-hand, as well as an erstwhile cardshark that could perform nefarious feats if he ever actually wanted to play cards for a living (he doesn’t).  Most will know his extensive love of historical context, as well as classic literature.  It is also rumored that he can count cards, but that’s not entirely elevated above urban legend.

One night only, don’t miss this chance to see a local triumvirate prove their repertoires have zero overlap.

Not recommended for small children, as some concepts may be abstract.

Saturday, March 21, 2020
General Admission $15.00

Doors 7:00 | Show 7:30 PM
Limited Seating Available

Bohemian Art Loft
3304B Bechelli Lane Redding

This show is also likely to sell out!
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