Nothing to Hide OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

  • NY TIMES

  • NY POST

  • TIME OUT

  • DAILY NEWS

  • EW

Opening Night:
November 6, 2013
Closing:
December 8, 2013

Theater: Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center / 480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10019

Synopsis: 

Nothing to Hide takes audience members on an imaginary journey through a series of diverse and engaging vignettes brought to life solely from the words and hands of two masterful magicians.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Nothing to Hide

    Playing With a Full Deck, and Your Head

    Charles Isherwood

    November 6, 2013: As I write these words, I sit staring at a playing card. The five of hearts, actually. There’s nothing special about it: It’s from a classic pack, with the familiar oil-defying coating and the ornate design on the back featuring two odd winged creatures on what appear to be bicycles. (Never noticed that before.)

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Nothing to Hide

    Card tricks amaze in ‘Nothing to Hide’

    Frank Scheck

    November 7, 2013: A friendly piece of advice: If you’re ever invited to play poker with Helder Guimarães and Derek DelGaudio . . . pass. In the hands of these sleight-of-hand magicians, a simple deck of cards morphs into an infinite series of wonders. Their show, which just opened here after a hit run in Los Angeles, is titled “Nothing To Hide.” But, of course, these talented performers have everything to hide.

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  • TIME OUT NEW YORK REVIEW OF Nothing to Hide

    Nothing to Hide

    Adam Feldman

    November 22, 2013: The fancy word for the wondrous things that Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães do with playing cards is legerdemain, which literally translates as “light of hand.” That’s a fair description, too, of these young parlor magicians’ smooth and unassuming approach to showmanship. Directed by Neil Patrick Harris, an avid aficionado of illusionism, Nothing to Hide leaves you happily baffled and agape at the remarkable gifts of its award-winning creator-performers. (DelGaudio is credited with the clever writing, Guimarães with the “magic choreography.”)

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  • NEW YORK DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Nothing to Hide

    ‘Nothing to Hide,’ theater review

    Joe Dziemianowicz

    November 6, 2013: Despite the title, the ace card tricksters behind “Nothing to Hide” play everything close to the vest.

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  • ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW OF Nothing to Hide

    Nothing to Hide

    Hilary Busis

    November 22, 2013: In an age when the term ''magic show'' conjures up images of gaudy Vegas spectacles, noisy pyrotechnics, and gratuitously self-destructive stunts, it takes major 8-balls to attempt to entertain an audience for 70 full minutes with nothing but card tricks. Yet the feats performed by Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães in their pithy L.A. Import Nothing to Hide are no ordinary sleights of hand: They're clever, surprising, and altogether incredible, in both the literal and figurative senses. (I overheard one astounded spectator say at a recent performance: ''Okay, that was actual sorcery.'')

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