Upcoming Appearances

Public Shows - dates subject to change

2015

May

5/19 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm

5/22 - Slipper Room - 10pm

5/23 - Le Scandal - 10pm

5/26 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm

5/28 - Strip the District - W Hotel, DC

June

6/2 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm

6/3 - Slipper Room - 10pm

6/4 - Venture for America - 7pm

6/6 - Le Scandal - 10:30pm

6/13 - Slipper Room - 10pm

6/16 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm

6/17 - Slipper Room - 10pm

6/23 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm

6/27 - Slipper Room - 10pm

6/30 - Bathtub Gin - 10pm 

 

News

4/29/15

Matthew will be a constestant on the CW show "Penn & Teller: Fool Us!". The show starts July 9th and then every Monday night after. Watch for him! 

4/10/15

The Travel Channel visited the world famous Slipper Room and there's some great footage of Matt onstage. Check it out!

4/2/15

The show "America's Most Badass" on the American Heroes Channel has Matthew blathering about Harry Houdini. Visit the show's website!

8/22/14

Matthew is consulting on some gruesome illusions for the first American production of The Witches of Eastwick at the Ogunquin Playhouse in Maine. Buy tickets here.

8/4/14

HyperAllergic.com posted some great photos from the PopRally event at the Museum of Modern Art. Check it out!

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of New York City’s most in-demand entertainers and consultants, Matthew Holtzclaw has been recognized as one of the top performers and technicians in the world of magic and special effects.   

Photo by Steve Prue

Matthew's company The Artifice Group offers a fine selection of the best magicians working today; each unique and perfect for any type of gathering. Visit www.TheArtificeGroup.com for more information.

You can see Matthew in action at Bathub Gin in the video below:  

For more performance videos and other media click here.

With a background in theatre, Matthew frequently acts as a magic consultant to stage and film productions. Recent projects include The Witches of Eastwick, The Killer starring Michael Shannon, the revival of CarriePlay Dead directed by Teller (the smaller, quieter half of Penn and Teller) and Break of Noon by Neil Labute and starring David Duchovny.

Profile on Matthew in NY Press.