“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,” said Aaron Rosenthal, VP and general manager of the theatre, as reported by the Vegas Report.
The interactive show will blend 3D mapping with Goldrake’s tricks of the trade, including mentalism, escapology and more, in a room that seats 1,100. The show is expected to run Tuesday-Sunday at 7pm, with exact dates and ticket sales coming soon.
The magician announced his Las Vegas move in 2015, telling Delano he was “very excited” and that Las Vegas would be “a very different market”, expressing at the time his disappointment in, for example, the grand duchy’s facilities for artists.
It wasn’t the only challenge of the year. Goldrake has been accompanying his wife, Abbey Lynn Albani, through her long rehabilitation process after she broke her neck in an accident during a rehearsal for the Luxembourg “Imaginarium” show back in October 2015. Although originally being told she would never be able to walk alone again, she appears to be making great strides with her rehabilitation. Recent videos posted by the couple show Albani lifting weights and taking aided steps, with friends and followers responding through messages of encouragement and inspiration.