Neil Patrick Harris-Directed Magic Show to Open at Geffen Playhouse

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.

Getty ImagesThe 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.