New magic show at Prairiefire in Overland Park

A new magic show is coming to Prairiefire in Overland Park. You probably wouldn’t want to play poker against magician Greg Gleason. The guy is about as good with card tricks as you’re going to find. Card tricks and mind reading are all part of a show coming to Prairie Fire. Gleason has spent most of the past 30 years in Las Vegas, but he said with the pandemic the city shut down last year. “They actually had to come and board the whole town,” Gleason said. scary weather for Gleason who performed more than 10,000 shows there. He said coming back to Kansas City was an easy choice. “I’ve always loved Kansas City,” he said. It’s a project that Gleason said he’s been working on for about two years. He will do six shows each weekend and then return to Las Vegas to do a TV show. The capacity of the show is around 80 people. Gleason said it’s a sure hit with a sleight of hand that will leave guests perplexed. The magician show opens June 4 at Prairiefire.

A new magic show is coming to Prairiefire in Overland Park.

You probably wouldn’t want to play poker against magician Greg Gleason. The guy is about as good with card tricks as you’re going to find.

Card tricks and mind reading are all part of a show coming to Prairie Fire. Gleason has spent most of the past 30 years in Las Vegas, but he said with the pandemic the city shut down last year.

“They had to come and board the whole town,” Gleason said.

It was a scary time for Gleason who performed over 10,000 shows there. He said coming back to Kansas City was an easy choice.

“I’ve always loved Kansas City,” he said.

It’s a project that Gleason said he’s been working on for about two years. He will do six shows each weekend and then return to Las Vegas to do a TV show. The capacity of the show is around 80 people.

Gleason said it’s a sure hit with a sleight of hand that will leave guests perplexed.

The magician show opens June 4 at Prairiefire.

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Brian L. Hartfield