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Illusionist to appear Center Stage

Jason Bishop, international award-winning illusionist, is coming to BYU-Idaho May 16. He will perform at 6 and 8:30 p.m. in the Oscar A. Kirkham Auditorium.

According to Bishop’s website, his passion for magic began in his youth, and evolved into his professional career when he studied the concepts of magic in theater at college.

Bishop’s biography on his site said that he started anywhere he could get the chance to get his name out.

As he started to become better known, he created bigger illusions for his magic shows.

According to Bishop’s site, he has performed at amusement parks and resorts such as Norwegian Cruise Lines, Caroline’s on Broadway and the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City.

Bishop brings his audience into his performance as he becomes a master of sleight of hand, tricking the natural mind with the illusions of an expert, according to his site.

According to his site, Bishop is known for the diversity of his magic tricks.

On his site, his audience members said that they enjoy the uniqueness and modern thrill that he captures.

Bishop tours throughout the United States, staging his shows for his fans.


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