“Four-Handed Illusions” has been running for two years and quickly became one of Boston’s highest rated entertainment events. It happens at the Hampshire House, a historic mansion in the heart of Boston’s famous Beacon Hill. The show is limited to 50 guests, an extremely intimate setting. Guests arrive, are treated to light hors d’oeuvres, there’s a cash bar, and then they are escorted into the Library room where they are going to see 2 hours of jaw-dropping magic, mind reading, and comedy. Check it out. How does that look? Normal? Excellent. You can actually hold on to it, Noah. We’re gonna use this piece. Because the audience is such a major part of the show and the audience changes, the show changes dramatically from one show to the next. Did you feel it this time? -No. Just say ‘Yes’. Yes! When the audience attends “Four-Handed Illusions” they can expect to laugh from beginning to end, to participate in creating the impossible, and to have a phenomenal time. I agree. Hey Joel, missing anything? No, not really. Oh, that’s my watch. I didn’t even feel that!