Most ‘shadowy works’ don’t draw a crowd, but the multi-talented Raymond Crowe is breaking that mould.
Branded a magician, comedian, ventriloquist and mime artist, Crowe is best known for his captivating mastery of shadow work performed to musical pieces as comedy, and he’s set for an appearance at The Art House, at Wyong, in February.
Crowe first rose to prominence with his appearance on Australia’s Got Talent in 2013, where his shadow puppet performance to Louis Armstrong’s What a Wonderful World wowed the nation.
From there, the master of shadows appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, the NBC TV special World’s Greatest Magic and the Royal Variety Performance in the UK.
He has guest stared on a number of Australian television programs, including the music quiz show Spicks & Specks, and he has toured the USA and Middle East.
Crowe’s performance at The Art House won’t just be shadow work, however – the magician also brings magic tricks, eye-popping mime, and ventriloquism alongside his signature moves.
The appearance will run alongside Wyong’s Love Lanes Festival, also hosted on Saturday, February 17, with stalls and laneway sales before and after the show.
The show will begin at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 17, with tickets starting at $20.
Ticket sales are available online at thearthousewyong.com.au or by calling 43351485.