David Goldrake has announced a Las Vegas residency at Tropicana Las Vegas, set to debut summer 2017. The magician, known as ‘The International Man of Mystery’ will soon defy the laws of time and physics in front of spectators’ very eyes with David Goldrake ‘Imaginarium’ inside Tropicana Theater.
“We are absolutely thrilled to welcome David Goldrake to the Tropicana family! Having inspired audiences all over the world, Goldrake is the perfect addition to our all-new entertainment line-up,” said Aaron Rosenthal, VP and General Manager for Tropicana Las Vegas. “Goldrake has performed his grand illusion spectacles to standing ovations in over 20 countries and with his artistic versatility, this show will truly wow the audience night after night – offering a new dimension to entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip.”
Representing a new generation of illusionists, David Goldrake will allow guests to lose all sense of reality, creating a surreal scene caught somewhere between reality and a dreamlike world full of dreams and fantasies. From the classics of magical history to modern experience, the grand illusionist will treat guests to an interactive show featuring mentalism, escapology, music and choreography blending with modern 3D mapping technology. Goldrake has developed this illustrious show with the best creators in the field of magic and entertainment, and will undertake a journey through time and will challenge the laws of nature before guests’ eyes.
David Goldrake ‘Imaginarium’ also features one of the best creative teams in the business bringing together talents who have worked with some the world’s best entertainers and stage productions. The creative team consists of: Director/Choreographer Doriana Sanchez (previous work: Cher’s director and choreographer for more than 20 years); Costume Designer Topaz, (previous work: Katy Perry, Madonna, Oprah, and Michael Jackson); Set Designers EDC (previous work: Barbara Streisand); Visual Content by Drop the Spoon (previous work: Céline Dion, Le Rêve, Lido in Paris, Franco Dragone); Lighting Designer Jeff Johnson (previous work: Siegfried & Roy); Illusion Creator/Designer and Writer Jim Steinmeyer (previous work: David Copperfield, Siegfried & Roy, Lance Burton, Disney, and Broadway productions).
“I am excited to start this new chapter in my life, here in Las Vegas at the iconic Tropicana Las Vegas,” said Goldrake. “I have performed all over the world and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be setting up my first residency in Las Vegas in the heart of The Strip.”
Goldrake started his career as a professional magician in 1999. On top of being a regular performer at the renowned Magic Castle in Hollywood, he has performed all over the world and has amazed more than 20 million guests in over ten countries and speaks seven languages. In 2010, he was awarded the coveted ‘Mandrake d’Or’ award (The Oscar of Magic) ranking him alongside names such as other Las Vegas favorites including David Copperfield and Siegfried & Roy. In 2015, Goldrake was awarded the ‘Merlin Award’ for ‘Best Illusionist Europe 2015’ by the International Society of Magicians.
Tickets for David Goldrake’s ‘Imaginarium’ will go on sale on Monday, May 8 at 10 a.m., and prices will start at $49.98 (excludes tax and fees). Performances will be offered six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday at 7 p.m. For more information visit www.DavidGoldrake.com Tickets can be purchased at the Tropicana box office, by calling (800) 829-9034 or online at www.troplv.com and Ticketmaster.com.
Tropicana Las Vegas recently partnered with Las Vegas-based Red Mercury Entertainment to redefine the entertainment experience on property, and will soon debut new residency shows such as ‘Men of the Strip’ inside the Havana Room and David Goldrake’s ‘Imaginarium’ inside Tropicana Theater. Tropicana Las Vegas is currently home to the Laugh Factory Las Vegas. With shows running nightly at 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., the renowned comedy club features the hottest comedians in the business. The Tropicana Laugh Factory also features special limited-time engagement shows such as ‘Rich Little Live’ and ‘Andrew Dice Clay Live.’