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From 116 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Clever, Masterful, Absorbing, Funny

About the show

Amazing Theatricals presents one of the world’s top magic artists, Helder Guimarães, in his brand-new show. More…

Intimate and enigmatic, witty and unorthodox, 'Verso' is Helder’s most daunting journey into the impossible yet. He pushes the very limits of magic and illusion, and challenges how much you’re willing to believe. 

Member Reviews (116)


Entertaining, Clever, Masterful, Absorbing, Funny

Disappointing, Slow, Cliched

See it if You like magic tricks.

Don't see it if You don't enjoy magic shows.

Also We were really excited to see this, as we saw him in a previous off br... Read more Read less

Overrated, Excruciating, Disappointing

See it if You love a magic card show and dry humor.

Don't see it if You like magic that is on a more sophisticated level.

September 28th, 2016
"The fun here is in searching for potential telltale clues and fake-outs as he casually ambles his way from sleight-of-hand flimflam to pseudo-telepathic reads...It’s harder to fill a whole evening when you’re alone onstage, and while it sports some impressive feats, the new show, directed by Rod...
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September 28th, 2016
"Verging on two hours long, including an intermission, it includes what seems like a lot of padding, at a cost to its sense of enchantment...Routines that would be very impressive at a table in a nightclub are less of a wow in a 200-seat theater...Many of the bits are familiar...Although 'Verso' ...
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September 28th, 2016
"It almost feels like a seminar on the psychology of the swindle...In a craft as reliant on the suspension of disbelief as magic, it's a ballsy choice to ask viewers to sharpen their BS-detectors, but that's exactly what Guimarães does consistently through this thought-provoking show. Luckily for...
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September 29th, 2016
"The trick here is that Guimarães never seems completely confident that what he's doing is going to work, and when he seems to have been foiled a couple of times, his imperfection adds to the illusion that everything else is real. At two hours, the show does lose steam now and then, especially wh...
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