Magic Towne House

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'''Magic Towne House''' run by [[Dick Brooks]] and [[Dorothy Dietrich]] in New York City was a Magic Shop, Children's Theater and Magic Cabaret show on the weekends in the 1970s and early 80s. They also published [[Hocus Pocus]] magazine for a number of years.
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'''Magic Towne House''' run by [[Dick Brooks]] and [[Dorothy Dietrich]] in New York City was a Magic Shop, Children's Theater and Magic Cabaret show on the weekends in the 1970s and early 80s.  
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Magicians who performed at the Magic Towne House include [[Harry Blackstone, Jr.]], [[Jeff McBride]], [[David Regal]], [[Slydini]], [[Wesley James]], [[Frank Garcia]], [[Johnny Ace Palmer]], [[Daryl]], [[Meir Yedid]], [[Bobby Baxter]] and  [[Eric DeCamps]].
 
Magicians who performed at the Magic Towne House include [[Harry Blackstone, Jr.]], [[Jeff McBride]], [[David Regal]], [[Slydini]], [[Wesley James]], [[Frank Garcia]], [[Johnny Ace Palmer]], [[Daryl]], [[Meir Yedid]], [[Bobby Baxter]] and  [[Eric DeCamps]].
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Dick Brooks and Dorothy Dietrich currently operate the [[Houdini Museum]] in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
 
Dick Brooks and Dorothy Dietrich currently operate the [[Houdini Museum]] in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
  
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Latest revision as of 17:45, 30 January 2013

Magic Towne House run by Dick Brooks and Dorothy Dietrich in New York City was a Magic Shop, Children's Theater and Magic Cabaret show on the weekends in the 1970s and early 80s.


Magicians who performed at the Magic Towne House include Harry Blackstone, Jr., Jeff McBride, David Regal, Slydini, Wesley James, Frank Garcia, Johnny Ace Palmer, Daryl, Meir Yedid, Bobby Baxter and Eric DeCamps.

Each year, they held the Official Houdini Halloween seances.

In the 1980s, Imam, a Magic Towne House alumnus, opened Mostly Magic in Greenwich Village.

Dick Brooks and Dorothy Dietrich currently operate the Houdini Museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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