The COVID-19 pandemic may have forced the Miracle League of the South Hills to cancel its 2020 spring and fall baseball seasons, but it will not affect the continued efforts of this amazing organization to enrich the lives of kids and adults with special needs in Upper St. Clair and across the South Hills of Pittsburgh.
The Miracle League of the South Hills is proud to announce - America’s Got Magic - an exciting and interactive virtual fundraising show, featuring the world’s most incredible magicians, illusionists, and mind readers from your favorite television shows like America’s Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show – streamed right to the comfort of your home!
A performance of side-splitting comedy, jaw-dropping magic, and Zoom-style audience interaction, America's Got Magic promises to have your whole family raving about this new and unique theatrical experience that will have you sitting on the edge of your couch! The star-studded lineup features:
Derek Hughes - America's Got Talent, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Carbonaro Effect
Ben Seidman - Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Brainchild (Netflix Original Series), Criss Angel: Mindfreak
With special guest host - the high-octane magic of Tom Pesce!
This performance of America's Got Magic is a fundraiser for the Miracle League of the South Hills. Half of the ticket proceeds will benefit The Next Inning, a project to build a new job training center in Upper St. Clair for the Miracle League athletes. The center will include a concession stand and announcers' booth. The Miracle League will hire their athletes to work in the new building and provide training in customer service, accounting, custodial work and more. The athletes will get paid and it will be the first paying job for many.
“We are really excited that these nationally recognized, amazing magicians are going to do a show to benefit our kids. I’ve seen them do this virtually, and it is truly fun for the whole family!” said Sean Casey, President of the Miracle League of the South Hills.
Don’t miss out on this mind-blowing and hilarious bonanza of live, interactive magic that you will actually get to experience through the screen! Tickets start at $25 per household with the ability to donate additional funds to the Miracle League of the South Hills.
America’s Got Magic streams live on Thursday, October 15 at 7 p.m. To learn more and to purchase tickets, visit bit.ly/SouthHillsMagic