Magician slated for college show tonight

PORT ANGELES — International award-winning magician Joseph Reohm, who appeared on Season 11 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” will bring his illusions back to the Maier Performance Hall stage at Peninsula College at 7 tonight.

Admission is free for Peninsula College students and by donation for staff and community members.

The interactive show is rated PG-13, according to college spokespeople.

“We are very fortunate to have Joseph Reohm back on our campus this Friday for the last ASC show of the school year,” said Casandra White, student government vice president of programming.

“He appeared here in 2015 and was a big hit. He will test the laws of physics and put on a breathtaking performance.”

The Seattle native, who now lives in Hollywood, has performed all over the world in a variety of settings, from corporate events to NBA halftime shows and on such television networks as NBC, TruTV, E, the CW and SyFy.

“You grow up learning that things cannot disappear, things can’t float, that eventually everything must fall,” Reohm said in an article in Ladygunn Magazine.

“But I create a world where things defy the rules, I want to create something that can’t be experienced anywhere else. It’s real actual magic happening in front of you because it makes you wonder, even if just for a moment, what’s real and what’s possible.”

Reohm was named the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Magician of the Year in 2017.

For more information, contact Jeremiah Johnson at [email protected]

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