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Magician Aaron Radatz returns to the Village Theater for lone show
9:47 AM, Dec 29, 2012
(WXYZ) - Las Vegas magician and Michigan native Aaron Radatz will be returning to the Village Theater at Cherry Hill in Canton for one show only on Saturday, December 29
th at 7 p.m.
Radatz will be presenting his One Man Show of magic and comedy with a holiday flavor that is geared to entertain the entire family. Performing at this venue has become a holiday tradition for Radatz having performed the same time of year the past 5 years; selling out each time.
Aaron Radatz was born and raised in Detroit and began his magic career at the young age of 6 after receiving a magic set from his grandmother for Christmas. He continued honing his craft in these early years while attending Catholic Central High School and Central Michigan University; where he recently received the Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Radatz is no stranger to the metro Detroit area with performances over the years for General Motors, Chrysler, Soaring Eagle Casino, Andiamo's, Jeff Daniel's, the Detroit Tigers, and several others. Time Magazine said,
"He is the magician to see."
Recently Radatz completed his first headlining engagement at one of the premier casinos on the famed Las Vegas Strip as well as a live national tour of the television series
Masters of Illusion; which Radatz was one of the featured performers.
He has studied with many of the masters of magic and was the only magician to have served an apprenticeship with the great Harry Blackstone, Jr. His unique combination of amazing illusions, entertainment and audience participation has captivated audiences around the globe. To date, Radatz has toured 45 U.S. states, 37 countries and 6 continents. For additional information, visit