"HEAD MOVER" - Viewers are left shaking their heads at the sight of a healthy Maori warrior who, at the hands of Hirokawa, miraculously appears in pieces, his smiling head at one end of the stage and the rest of his body at the other.
"FOURTH DIMENSION" - In one of his most impossible feats, Hirokawa disappears, literally, in thin air. His Maori assistant ties him to a platform, hoists it into the air, and whisks away the cloth to reveal that the elusive illusionist has, in an instant, escaped. At that moment, free as a bird, Hirokawa reappears flying across the room over the audience's heads, defying gravity and reality. Facing the audience from a shrouded box that reveals only his head, hands, and feet, Hirokawa becomes a master contortionist and bender of beliefs. As his hands and feet on either side of his head sink and rise into impossible positions, Hirokawa's head moves in the opposite direction.
"DANCING HANKIES" - The master of illusion can even command white handkerchiefs to dance the hula - in a jar, across the stage, and in the air. When he opens the cage in which they have landed, the fluttering white streaks that emerge are live white pigeons!
"DISEMBODIED" - Hirokawa is seen from head to foot, but something is missing: his midsection. Instead, in the space between his head and feet, viewers see through the box into the mountains at the rear of the stage.
"METAMORPHOSIS" - Houdini's "Metamorphosis", a signature illusion for Hirokawa, shows his tucking his assistant into a bag and then locking her in an escape-proof crate. Within seconds Hirokawa, defying lock, matter, and time, exchanges places with her.
"DEATH BED" - Fifteen hundreds pounds of steel and spikes hang ominously over Hirokawa, who is chained from head to toe in "the world's most dangerous illusion". In the 60 seconds it takes to bum the rope that suspends the spikes, Hirokawa frees himself. In one of the show's most chilling moments, the deadly steel crashes into an empty death bed.
"FINALE" - The cast enters a Hawaiian hut in a
lush tropical setting, and a curtain covers the scene for an instant. When
Hirokawa removes the cloth, the hut and cast have vanished. Within seconds, the
entire cast reappears in the audience, while viewers watch in awe as white
pigeons flutter from the back of the showroom into the mountains on stage.
Time: 7:00pm - 9:15pm
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