Masters of Magic show to raise money for theater shooting victims

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AURORA, Colo. — The man who once managed the Century 16 Theaters in Aurora is returning to the community Saturday night in hopes to offer some fun through magic.

A cast of world-class magicians from across the country will perform all kinds of amazing feats, illusions and mind-reading surprises.

All donations from those attend the show will go to victims of the shootings, especially Ashley Moser who lost her 6-year-old daughter and unborn child when she herself was shot.

“People can come out to the show, they can have a full evening of top-quality entertainment and take their minds off of it for a while, get back to a normal life, go out with your family on a Saturday night,” says Jack Stephens, Masters of Magic producer.

The fundraiser begins at 7 p.m. The show is at Rangeview High School on E. Iliff Ave. just east of Buckley Rd.

The suggested donation for entrance to the show is $10. If you’ve already donated, just bring proof of the online donation.