Guest ReviewsThe following are unedited reviews from previous attendees of Steve Cohen's live performances.
You will be truly amazed!
We highly recommend to anyone to going to NYC! We are still talking about Steve’s different acts and probably will be for the rest of our lives! He is a superb entertainer. His “magic” acts go beyond magic…….that is all I can say. You just have go see it. Telling you anything in a review would ruin it for all. JUST SEE IT. You will not be disappointed. This show was recommended to us by friends who had seen him before and they went with us to see him again and they were just as entertained and amazed a second time as they were the first time! The event is held in a small room – so every seat is good. A must see show!
Not to be missed!
I originally saw a piece done on CBS Sunday Morning about a year ago. It was so intriguing I kept the info for my next trip to NYC. Good thing I booked about 3 months out since the show sells out quickly. It was so worth the $$. Be sure and dress nice because everyone else does. And the Waldorf is worth going to early to walk around and enjoy before hand. This is a must see in NYC. You’ll never see anyone like him and will be a believer for sure.
One of the best shows I have ever seen. Shouldn’t be missed.
An incredible evening
From the moment you enter the elevator in the Waldorf Towers you are truly transported to a different age. It’s the era of old New York — of speakeasies with private performances. Steve Cohen is wonderful. The tricks and illusions are amazing. There is no point trying to figure out how he does them. Just sit back and enjoy the magic. You feel like an honored guest or a patron. There is no stage. Just an intimate room where everyone is very close to the action. When it is over, you realize that you have witnessed a performance unlike any other. It’s something that you will talk about for days and days. This is well-worth the wait for an available Friday or Saturday.
Chamber Magic was one of the highlights of our trip to New York . I was traveling with teenagers and would recommend this amazing show for most all ages. Steve Cohen is truly entertaining.
Steve Cohen IS magic…
I am a magic aficionado. I have traveled all over the world to see magic performed everywhere from obscure stages, to the Magic Castle in Hollywood, and The Magic Circle in London. This past week my wife surprised me by arranging for us to see Steve Cohen at the Waldorf. I simply have to say that, having seen many magical artists over the years. Steve is certainly in a category of his own. He is the magical link to the past and the future. His effects are spectacular, to say the least, and his knowledge and love of magical history are evident. I will never forget those cards rising out of a deck enclosed in glass tumblers as my nose was almost up against the glass. By all means experience Chamber Magic, as if you are a head of state in your palace drawing room. It is truly a special evening. I know that I will see Steve again – and I will take my kids and grandkids.
How did he do that!
Ok, I know Steve Cohen does illusions but the intimate setting of only 50 people in a stately room at the Waldorf Astoria that has been visited by many past Presidents makes this evening very special and entertaining. The interaction of the quests and the mystery of the illusions create a wonderful evening well worth the price of admission. The waiting time to see and be part of one of Steve Cohen’s evenings could be quite long, so get in line now. Well worth the wait.
Highlight of our trip to NYC
Chamber Magic was every bit as wonderful as I had heard it was. It was a truly “magical evening” not only because of the tricks but also because of the atmosphere and the engaging personality of the star. We went to Broadway shows and ate amazing food during our stay, but this was certainly the highlight of our trip.
I know NYC has so much to offer, it’s hard to get it all in when on vacation. This show is def. worth the time and money. Steve Cohen makes everyone in the room feel special and part of the show. The show is amazing, funny, and “feel good”. The hour and half goes by so quickly and even the children in the room seemed fascinated and were included in the show at some point. Steve is amazing at remembering names and at making the evening or matinee seem like a once in a lifetime thing, and yet intimate to all who attend. Dressing up is fun to do, the Waldorf is a beautiful hotel, and the show is a Must See Thing when visiting NYC.
There wasn’t an unhappy face in the crowd. Everyone sat in awe and amazement. Go. Enjoy. Believe in magic.