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Operating under the adage that "wetter is better," PENN & TELLER: OFF THE DEEP END goes where no magic show has ever gone before--deep underwater on the floor of the Caribbean Sea!
The original bad boys of magic, Penn & Teller, take their unique combination of magic and comedy to the Bahamas! Teller, the silent straight man, performs the most dangerous tricks including escaping from a straight jacket amidst a school of hungry sharks, as the tall and talkative Penn explains the secrets behind their amazing feats of illusion and trickery such as sawing a glamorous mermaid in half and dolphin's slight-of-bottlenose. In their show-stopping finale, Penn & Teller make an entire 75-foot submarine disappear before your very eyes!
Deep beneath the surface of the sea, where even the smallest trick becomes profoundly more difficult, an Penn & Teller's talents more than meet the challenge, leaving their audiences (and at times, their assistants) gasping for breath.
I am into magic, since I was a semipro magician for about 15 years. As far as I know, Penn and Teller were the only magicians to do a show underwater. Read morePublished 3 months ago by john pratt
Vintage P & T! What more needs to be said? Their genius well produced. As always the reveals show more of the art involved than simply showing how things were done. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Steve Colarusso
It was a largely underwater magic show. The promotional bits, music, and Penn's voice were annoying.
Some traditional illusions, performed underwater. Read more