A limited number of free public tickets are available. Advance registration required.
Camp groups – please call 732-255-0400 ext. 2487 to reserve your group.
About the Show
Max Darwin earned the moniker “The Amazing Max” for his extraordinary skills as a magician and also for his ability to entertain adult audiences while keeping the little ones spellbound.
Max combines magic and comedy, making objects appear and disappear and generally defying the laws of physics inches from theatergoers’ faces. This high-energy, interactive and all-around silly show is appropriate for audiences of all ages (recommended 3 & up).
The Amazing Max is a perfect way to spend time with the entire family!
The Amazing Max is “an awesome and hilarious live magic show” – PBS Kids.
About Max Darwin
Max Darwin first appeared on stage before he could walk! He loves theater, magic, ninjas, and the sound of children laughing. His stage show, The Amazing Max, has been playing in NYC Off-Broadway and touring across the county since 2011. He can be seen as a featured artist on Season 3 & 4 of “Brain Games” (National Geographic Channel) and magic consultant for “Gotham” (Fox) and “American’s Got Talent” (NBC).
As an actor TV credits include “FBI”, “Sneaky Pete”, “Girls”, “Blindspot”, “Black Box”, and hosting the hit Nickelodeon show “Game Farm”. He has also appeared in various national TV commercials such as T-Mobile with DJ Khaled, Axe Body Spray, Verizon, Bank of America, and Coca-Cola.
Max was selected as an artist in residence as part of The New Victory Theater’s Labworks program and collaborated with Academy Award Winner Alexander Dinelaris (“Birdman”).
During COVID-19 Max stepped onto a virtual stage to perform perhaps his most incredible feat ever: Getting kids truly excited about learning something and – in the process – showing them how to believe in themselves. Max is mentoring students all over the U.S. and as far away as Mexico, Finland, Kuwait, and Hong Kong.
CAMP is made possible through the generous support of the Wintrode Family Foundation