Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cardone's New Public Performing Schedule... spring /summer

Cardone's Spring show schedule:

   -April 22 8 pm  
   "Coney Island Sideshow" 
 This is a special treat .. The lineup includes Ula, Sarka, Ekaterina, Hooba, Cardone the Magician, and the Great Throwdini, with the sharp-tongued Lady Rizo as MC. Bed of Machetes, Bed of Nails, Piercing Suspension, Impalement Arts (that means knife-throwing for all you non-circus folk), Guillotine Beheading, Razor Blade Swallowing, Contortioning Good fun for all. Adults only. 
visit .... www.coneyisland.com 

   -May 17th 8pm   
   "Bindlestiff Familly Cirkus Cabaret" 
  Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street This is NYC best Cabaret Show. Keith and Stephanie put on the highest quality show they can and the entertainment value of the show is golden ! For tickets go to    www.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/7094025

   -June 29th 8pm  
   "Monday Night Magic"  
(New York's longest running Off-Broadway Magic Show) 
Cardone will perform his special brand of magic on the main stage !  Fun for all ages !http://www.mondaynightmagic.com/
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A special thanks to all who came to the sold out Spook Show ! I am now working on booking it again for the summer and fall season . "The House of Ghostly Haunts" will return !

thanks for your time .... Cardone

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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

The Circus ran away and joined Cardone!

Now in rehearsal .....
A Flea Circus filled with thrills and jaw droping action ! 




See: "Zombo the Magnificent"
        "The Graceful Fleadora"
 and the "All Powerful Karloff " !!

The fleas are in training and will be soon ready to entertain the pants off of you . 
This performance is strictly for humans only !
No dogs or other animals will be permitted!

Thursday, April 02, 2009

The Spook Show "House of Ghostly Haunts" gets a rock star review...

I had never been to a spook show before, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I entered the theater to see Cardone's performance. As soon as I stepped through the doorway, I felt a chilling yet thrilling energy come over me. I proceeded forward, with butterflies in my stomach, and as I made my way to my seat, I had a chance to view a miraculous yet deeply disturbing collection of strange objects and horrifying specimens - it was my first time ever seeing a real human skull and dirt from Dracula's Castle.
As much as I thought I was ready for the rest of the action, nothing could prepare me for the excitement and terror I would experience during Cardone's feature presentation. The lights went down, the curtain opened, and the show began. I can't tell you exactly what I saw - you'll have to see for yourself - but I've thought about the events that night every day since. Something changed inside me as I sat in that theater. I saw levitating objects. I saw spectres, phantasms, and banshees. I experienced shocks the likes of which I've never felt before. I admit - I'm hooked on the horror which Cardone brings into this world. Something about all the danger and death ended up affirming my life. I was inspired and delighted and deeply entertained. 10 out of 10. But consider yourself warned: Cardone is intensely good."
- Andrew W.K.