Michael Griffin, America’s Escape Hero comes to Middletown for one night only on Saturday October 2 (ticket info) bringing with him some of his unique presentations, some involving the mind, others life and physical integrity, including understood his global challenge for anyone who can keep the prisoner for a $ 100,000.00 reward upon success. The Escape Artist presents an interactive full-audience show that Griffin says combines “intensely original magic mixed with impossible escapes”
This show is your chance to walk away with the $ 100,000 winner! during Michael Griffin’s One Night Only show at the historic Sorg Opera House on October 2 at 8:00 p.m. as Best Living Escape Artist combines intensely original magic and impossible escapes, possessing the uncanny ability to break free from any challenge of extreme escape known to man, from water-sealed oil barrels, coffins, to mental hospital cells and official police controls around the world.
One of the main axes of Michael Griffin in the field of escape became the “Challenge Escape” and he became the recognized master of this dangerous game. Michael has a global challenge offering $ 100,000.00 to the group or individual who can rationally hold him back so that escape is impossible. Many have stepped forward to meet the challenge, but so far the money has remained in Michael’s possession. Are you creative? Challenge Michael for a breakout, who knows – if he uses your idea, you might make some money! Please visit http://www.escapeguy.com for the details, and remember the goal isn’t to kill him – he’s a nice guy.
He was twice nominated by the World Magic Awards as “the world’s greatest living escape artist”. In 2002, Michael was the only escape artist to be granted permission to reenact Houdini’s death-defying escape in 1912. He escaped in 45 seconds. Don’t miss his thrilling performance at the Sorg Theater!
This performance is made possible in part by generous grants from the Middletown Community Foundation and the First Financial Bank.
Free parking behind the building off Broad Street and First Street.