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Illusionist Brad Ross in razzle-dazzle show at Centenary Stage

Illusionist Brad Ross
Illusionist Brad Ross

After a sold out performance last year, the Merlin Award Winner for "Best International Family Entertainer" returns to the Centenary Stage. The Illusionary Magic of Brad Ross is back with some brand new tricks on Sunday, April 13 at 2pm in the Lackland Center. This International Star Illusionist combines magic, illusion, theatricality, comedy and fun into a family friendly experience that kids, parents and grandparents can all enjoy together. Brad takes his audiences on an inspirational journey into a world of fun and magic, where anything is possible.

Ross has made over 500 television appearances, with ABC television hailing him as the “Illusionist Extraordinaire,” and has impressed talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell, who exclaimed, “Brad Ross, you rock!” He has shared his talents the world over – on 5 continents and in 25 countries. He has been performing for over 2 decades, reaching millions of audience members with an infectious, high energy and non-stop magical fun.

“Illusionist Brad Ross is a razzle-dazzle exhibition of sleight of hand, tricky escapes, and other mind bending magic acts. Not to be missed.”
– Los Angeles Times

Hailing from Scotch Plains, NJ, he is also the founder of New Jersey's local chapter of Project Magic, a charity program started by David Copperfield. The International Magicians’ Society recognized Ross with the "Oscar of the magic industry", the Merlin Award, for his work entertaining children and their families the world over. Other magical luminaries who have been awarded the Merlin Award include David Copperfield, Criss Angel, and Siegfried & Roy. Ross is a member of The International Brotherhood of Magicians, The Society of American Magicians and The International Magician's Society.

To purchase tickets or to find more information on other CSC events, visit or call the CSC box office at (908) 979-0900. Tickets for the Family Fun Series’ shows range from $17.50-$20 in advance and $22.50-$25 on the day of. Workshops are available for an additional $18.50 a person, limit of 50 people.

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