The Coppell Arts Center presents THE MAGIC OF ROB LAKE next month
From the stages of America’s Got Talent, a new wave of mysticism is coming to Coppell! Illusionist Rob Lake’s awe-inspiring magic show, The Magic of Rob Lake, will dazzle parents and children with two performances on Sunday, August 28 at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. This event will take place in the main lobby of the new Coppell Arts Center (505 Travis Street, Coppell, TX 75019). Tickets are $37 and are on sale now at www.CoppellArtsCenter.org • 972-304-7047.
Named “The World’s Greatest Illusionist” by NBC, Rob Lake is internationally recognized for his spellbinding and award-winning spectacular illusions. His mind-blowing illusions and magic tricks continue to dazzle and entertain millions on network television, in Times Square, the Vegas Strip, Atlantic City, Atlantis Bahamas, and to sold-out audiences. in casinos, arenas and theaters around the world. His amazing original illusions are uniquely presented as impressive large-scale storytelling!
Located in the heart of Coppell’s Old Town, the Coppell Arts Center serves as the anchor entertainment venue for the new commercial and residential district. The center is home to five resident art companies: the Ballet Ensemble of Texas, Coppell Community Chorale, Coppell Creatives, Coppell Community Orchestra, and Theater Coppell.
Featuring six multi-purpose halls, the 30,000 square foot facility offers a diverse mix of performances, productions and events. The 442-seat Main Hall hosts concerts and touring productions, the 196-seat Black Box Theater creates opportunities to experience intimate theatrical productions, and the 2,000-square-foot multipurpose ballroom provides space for Coppell citizens to congregate for art exhibitions and nightlife events. The Cherie and Jim Walker Pavilion at the Grove Performance Plaza provides outdoor community space for special events with views of Old Town Coppell.
The center is part of the city of Coppell’s 30-year plan to provide citizens with world-class entertainment and nightlife. It was built and designed by Corgan Architects in collaboration with Schuler Shook and Jaffe Holden. For more information, visit www.coppellartscenter.org or find us on Facebook and Instagram. Join the conversation by following #coppellartscenter and #oldtowncoppell.