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Grab some cash during March 11 magic show at Northwest College

Posted February 27, 2008
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P O W E L L, W y o. - Magician Norman Ng (pronounced "ing") not only makes hundreds of dollars appear from thin air, he also gives money away during his magic show coming Tuesday, March 11, to Northwest College. The Norman Magic Experience begins at 8 p.m. in the Nelson Performing Arts Center Auditorium.

Ng bills his magic act as "the only show where you see hundreds of dollars appear; cell phones appear inside bags of chips; cards get impaled with a hockey stick and much more."

He's been performing his unique brand of magic across the United States for over 14 years. His show has been watched by thousands of audiences of all ages from the New York Hilton Hotel to the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, Calif., as well as on hundreds of college campuses, fairs, festivals and corporate events nationwide.

Ng has also gained national recognition in the magic community and has won numerous national and international magic awards.

His appearance in Powell is sponsored by the NWC Student Activities Board. General admission is $6; a reduced rate of $4 is given to NWC students, kids from age 1-18 and senior citizens.