St. Mary’s Lyceum, Upstairs, 910 Chestnut Street
Cody Clark: A Different Way of Thinking
Magician Cody Clark combines the arts of magic, theatre, comedy, and storytelling to give a first-person account of living with autism. From his birth to his graduation from the University of Louisville, Cody will take you through his life story, with his magic effects showing how his autism gives him a unique way of looking at life.
About the Performer
Cody Clark is a full-time professional magician based out of Louisville, KY and has been performing magic for over 12 years, in spite of all the things he was told his autism would keep him from doing. Cody tours the country with his one-man show about living with autism "Cody Clark: A Different Way of Thinking" at fringe festivals and small theatres. He also has a children's magic show themed to railroading called Conductor Cody and an "all-purpose" magic show for weddings, banquets, etc. He was featured in the October 2016 issue of Genii magazine and is glad to be performing in Pittsburgh because of the influence Mr. Rogers has had on his life.
DATE AND TIMES:
Friday, March 31 at 5 p.m.
Saturday, April 1 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, April 2 at 1 p.m.
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