Asi Wind: Concert of the Mind

Written and Created by Asi Wind & William Kalush

October 10 - 30, 2013

Thursdays & Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; Final Show Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 8pm
Standard Tickets $49; VIP tickets $79 (includes an exclusive

William Kalush presents
Asi Wind: Concert of the Mind
Exceeding Human Limits

A fascinating journey into human ability. Asi will perform feats of the mind previously believed impossible.

Asi Wind is originally from Israel and has resided in New York for the last 12 years. He is a highly sought after performer and consultant in all the mysterious arts. Asi regularly headlines conferences given especially for other performers and is a highly regarded lecturer. In addition to building Concert of the Mind, Asi performs hundreds of shows per year worldwide.

William Kalush is a lifelong student of all things mysterious. In addition to producing prime television specials and live stunts he has written the bestseller The Secret Life of Houdini, which is currently being made into a motion picture by Summit Films. William is also the founder and Executive Director of The Conjuring Arts Research Center in New York City.

Joshua Lombard is a theater director and film/TV director and editor. Among theater directing credits are Ink (The Samuel French Festival), Bridal Shower (Fresh Fruit Festival), and Help Me Obi Wan Kenobi (HB Studios staged reading). Film/TV credits are Last Chance (director, short film), The Recruiter (additional editor, aired on HBO), Pawn Stars (editor, aired on History Channel), Oddities San Francisco (editor, aired on Science Channel) and he is in preproduction to direct a short film that he wrote.

Ricky Smith is a world-renowned expert in sleight of hand and is currently the student in residence at Conjuring Arts Research Center.

Michael Weber is considered one of the great mentalists currently performing anywhere in the world. In addition to his performance prowess Michael is partner with Ricky Jay in the consultation firm Deceptive Practices.


Mac King
October 13 at 7pm
Hailed by many as the premiere comedy magician in the world today, Mac King was just named "Magician of the Year" by the Magic Castle in Hollywood, just broke a Guinness World Record, just appeared on his seventh TV special for NBC-TV, and just rocked on the "Late Show with David Letterman." See his Top-5 rated Las Vegas show in New York for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Seating is extremely limited.

Rob Zabrecky
October 20 at 7pm
Rob Zabrecky is regarded internationally for his cumulative and diverse projects in magic, music, film, and television. In 2011 and 2012 he was voted "Stage Magician of the Year" at the Magic Castle. Recently, he completed principal photography in Ryan Gosling's directorial fantasy noir debut, How to Catch a Monster. Zabrecky's career began in music as the singer-songwriter and bassist for the 1990's LA group Possum Dixon. This is his ONLY NEW YORK ENGAGEMENT! Seating is extremely limited.

David Williamson
October 27 at 7pm
Considered to be one of the world's most talented magicians, David Williamson has been featured on countless network television magic programs and specials and is a host of the UK's acclaimed and highly-rated television series "The Magic Comedy Strip." His best-selling magic book, Williamson's Wonders, has been translated into four languages, and his instructional DVDs "Sleight Of Dave", "Dave 2" and "Magic Farm" are bestsellers worldwide. This is his ONLY NEW YORK ENGAGEMENT. Seating is extremely limited.

Written and Created by Asi Wind & William Kalush
Produced by William Kalush

Stage Manager: Joshua Lombard
Backstage Assistant: Ricky Smith
Conceptual Advisor: Michael Weber
Creative Consultant: Joshua Lombard
Lighting Designer: David Zeffren
Assistant Lighting Designer: Amy Harper
Sound Designer: Steve Fontaine
Light Board Operator: Regina Betancourt
Set Construction: Chad Yarborough
Website & Graphic Designer: Ethan Crenson
Production Graphic Design: Asi Wind
Publicity/PR: Blake Zidell & Assoc.
Publicity/PR: Herb Scher
Box Office: Stephanie Regina

Special Thanks to Harry Lorayne for great help and advice; to Randall Sharp, Brian Barnhart, David Zeffren and Steve Fontaine for their invaluable help; to Prakash Puru for lending his great voice; to Han Feng for her amazing support; to Tyson Mao and John George for training with the Rubik's cube.

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  • Asi Wind - photo by Herb Scher
  • Asi Wind - photo by Herb Scher
  • Amy Harper, Asi Wind - photo by Herb Scher
  • Asi Wind - photo by Herb Scher