In & Of Itself
The Daryl Roth Theatre presents the New York premiere of this performance piece by magician Derek DelGaudio, directed by Emmy winner Frank Oz.
Why See The Show
In 'In & of Itself,' DelGaudio examines the illusion of identity. New ways of seeing the unseeable are explored, as memories from yesterday, inexplicable events witnessed today, and secrets imagined for tomorrow all blend together, creating a perpetual paradox of a show.
Cast and Creatives
- Playwright/Cast: Derek DelGaudio
- Director: Franz Oz
"The show works. Beautifully. Tenderly. Astonishingly…Wonder is a rare commodity these days. So take a card. Any card. And find it." - The New York Times
"A piece of theater that moves you rather than dares you to figure it out...Here he is now with a new solo show, one that pushes further forward into creating moments of emotion and beauty where the 'trick' or stunt or illusion is not the point." - The Huffington Post
Tickets cannot be canceled once booking is confirmed. No refunds/reimbursements will be provided in case guests are unable to show up at the venue.
In & Of Itself is a fun mix of magic with real life stories by Derek Delguardio. You'd be surprised with how the ending turns out... be patient if the drama seems a little drab to you somewhere! It definitely gets better. We were left feeling inspired that day.
In & Of Itself expresses a unique way of story telling. Combined with magic, dazzling illusions and a cohesive plot, the play opens you to a world of possibilities within Broadway. A unique show indeed!
Wasn't quite sure of what I was getting into when I decided to watch In & Of Itself, turns out it is quite a surprise in its own. The storyline remains deeply submerged within illusions and magic. This one of a kind show is certainly something that you shouldn't miss out on during your visit to New York! Catch up on it before it goes off stage.
Daryl Roth Theatre, 101 East 15th Street , Between Union Square East and Irving Place New York NY 10003, New York
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