"We call it an evening of Old World magic with international flair that takes you around the world on a magical journey in 80 minutes," says Roland Sarlow, above with his wife, Susan Eyed, as they performed during their Carnival of Illusion here last month. Their 250th show is coming up next month.
Roland Sarlot walks through the audience to pick a volunteer during a performance at the DoubleTree by Hilton Tucson hotel.
Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed, right, pose with Kathy Breuer as her friend Pat Wygant takes a photo.
The game was stump the magician. We all knew how it was going to end.
Roland Sarlot, left, and Susan Eyed perform in their Carnival of Illusion - An Evening of Intimate Magical Wonders show at the Doubletree Hotel. The Vaudeville-inspired magic/illlusions show is performed for an audience of only 35 people. Go to www.carnivalofillusion.com for more information.
The show's intimate style of performance harkens back to a time when the rich and famous were entertained in the parlors of their homes.
Susan Eyed performs a ring trick during the show. Performances are scheduled through April at the Doubletree, 445 S. Alvernon Way.