Discover the Magic of Lyn Dillies at NSU

Lyn capitalizes on the role reversal of the show with the Twister, where she places her assistant Marc into a box and spins his head 360 degrees to reveal his body twisted into a corkscrew.
Lyn capitalizes on the role reversal of the show with the Twister, where she places her assistant Marc into a box and spins his head 360 degrees to reveal his body twisted into a corkscrew.

TAHLEQUAH – When Lyn Dillies made two elephants appear out of nowhere in an open pasture to the tumultuous applause of several hundred onlookers, she garnered national acclaim and created magic history.

Now the nationally renowned illusionist is bringing her alluring performance to Tahlequah. Dillies will appear at the Northeastern State University Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. as the season-capping performance of the 21st Annual Galaxy of Stars Series.

Sponsored by NSU, The Sequoyah Institute, and Urgent Care, “The Magic of Lyn Dillies” promises eye-defying illusions, hypnotic lighting, hot music and the enchanting personality of Lyn Dillies.

This enchanting woman will banter her way into the hearts of everyone who witnesses her Houdiniesque feats,” said Megan White, director of The Sequoyah Institute. “Our audience will discover why Lyn was dubbed ‘America’s Premier Female Illusionist’ as they watch her marvelous displays on stage.

Dillies’ spellbinding power of prestidigitation has been hailed as “engaging and exceptional” by Magic Magazine. With a stunning array of astounding illusions, she rocks the world of magic.

Whether performing for a packed theater, corporate event or showroom, Dillies captures the imagination of her audience, and will keep you on the edge of your seat and in the palm of her hand.

Tickets for the show are $20 for adults, $18 for NSU alumni, $16 for NSU employees, $14 for senior citizens, $10 for students and children, and $5 for NSU students. For ticket information, contact 918-458-2075.

Additional funding is provided by the Mid America Arts Alliance, the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information on the Sequoyah Institute’s 21st Annual Galaxy of Stars Series, visit www.nsuok.edu/si.

4/6/2007

 
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