Neil Patrick Harris will direct a second magic show, this time at the Geffen
The Neil Patrick Harris-directed magician show "Nothing to Hide" will debut at the Geffen Playhouse next month, the theater announced Monday.
The show follows magicians Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimarães, fresh from sold-out performances at Hollywood's Magic Castle, as they animate a series of vignettes using their sleight-of-hand from a script by DelGaudio.
"I daresay, watching Derek and Helder perform together was one of the most amazing, confounding and magical nights of my life," Harris said in a statement. "I knew after seeing the reaction from Magic Castle guests and magicians alike that I needed to bring their show to a larger audience."
"Nothing to Hide" opens on Nov. 27 in the Geffen's Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater. It runs through Jan. 6.
The show is the second magic show that Harris, a member of the Magic Castle club, has directed.
Last year, he directed "The Expert at the Card Table," a show written and performed by sleight-of-hand master Guy Hollingworth.