Mike Bent’s Abra"Kid"abra

Best of Boston by Boston Magazine!

LIVE! for one show only at the Regent Theatre, Boston Central's Editor's Pick!

Saturday, October 28th at 10:30am

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GENERAL INFORMATION

This is a Regent Theatre GENERAL ADMISSION - FAMILY FUN SATURDAY event!
If you or someone in your party requires seating accommodation…
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Doors Will Open for Seating 45-Minutes prior to curtain…

Things to do in Boston with Kids
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TICKETING INFORMATION

Regent Theatre Members - ONLY $7.00
Adults - $10.00
Senior (Over-62 Years Old) - $8.00
Child (2-to-12 Years Old) - $8.00

...Saturday, October 28th at 10:30AM

 


Mike Bent began his career in magic at age 6, when he checked out his first magic book from the library. That book started him on the path to a lifetime love of learning, creativity and performance that literally changed his life.

Mike started performing when he was 15 years old. By the time he graduated from Emerson College, where he studied children’s writing with Jack Gantos (Rotten Ralph, Joey Pigza), he was performing his original magic and comedy routine at clubs and colleges throughout the country. This led to a performance at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival, and numerous television appearances on HBO, Showtime, ABC, NBC, CBS, Comedy Central and A&E.

Mike has been teaching professional comedy writing at Emerson College for more than 18 years. It’s not unusual to watch a comedy show on television and see one of Mike’s former students listed in the credits.

Voted “Best of Boston,” he quickly became established as one of the top kids’ show performers in the United States. His books, products and lectures have become the standard for the industry.

As MAGIC Magazine wrote, “Mike Bent really understands children’s comedy.”

M.U.M Magazine (the official publication for the Society of American Magicians said, “There is no one in the universe that creates magic routines and comedy sight gags as novel and astonishing as Mike does. Throughout the hilarity, the magic he performs is strong: he doesn’t let the gags get in the way of the mystery.”


 

 

 

 

 

 


As a performer, teacher and dad, Mike knows how to use comedy and magic to entertain, educate and motivate children. That’s what AbraKidabra! is all about. Click on the image above to view Mike’s web page…