One downside is that many of the magic tricks, though beautifully reimagined, might be too familiar to magic enthusiasts or people with curious minds. As the show progresses, it occasionally loses sight of its intended audience. An example is a naive routine involving a balloon and a young child from the audience (the only one in on this night). Unfortunately, the strings used in this act were not discreetly concealed, which became even more evident in the following scene.
Given the theme and tag line of reimagining old tricks, it would have been refreshing either to witness more astounding twists on the classics or to cater to the younger smartphone-savvy generation, who might not be privy to the secrets behind these classic illusions.
The tricks we saw would have been amazing in a theatrical show, however for a magic show I had hoped for more.