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Dr. Mark Kaschube brings tricks and treats to the Rosemont Theatre
Program also features “Quick Change” Artists David and Dania


Rosemont, IL – The Magic Dentist, Dr. Mark Kaschube is putting on a show full of spooky Halloween tricks along with his ensemble of mischievous tricksters when “Halloween Magic” comes to the Rosemont Theatre, 5400 N. River Road, Sunday Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. Presented by Pepsi, the Village of Rosemont and the Grand Dental Group, this show is guaranteed be a fun-filled Halloween experience for the entire family.  Also on the program is one of the most original an astounding magic acts ever seen on the stage, “Quick Change,” featuring the astoundingly quick costume change act of David Mass and Dania Kaseeva. 

All of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to Salute, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides financial support for military men and women and their families.

“Halloween Magic will be an afternoon of ‘spooktacular’ chills, thrills and fun for everyone, to benefit a terrific cause right here in our community,” said Rosemont Mayor Bradley A. Stephens.  “The contributions that member of the military and their families make every day are immeasurable.  We are proud and honored to support them.”

Halloween Magic has been a Halloween staple for more than 20 years with themes ranging from “Addams Family” to “Thriller” to “Pirates of the Scaribean,” and this year’s show is no different. An old deserted mansion on “Boo Street” becomes the backdrop for this year’s show. The spooky inhabitants of the mansion come alive at the stroke of midnight.

Dr. Kaschube has been practicing dentistry for more than 20 years and has maintained a dedication to community service throughout his career. He regularly puts on magic shows at preschools, participates in parades, and has even started a magic program for children that are deaf and hard of hearing.

David Maas and Dania Kaseeva are the stars of “Quick Change,” a non-stop, dynamic and superbly choreographed dance exhibition that astounds audiences with staggeringly rapid costume transformations in fractions of a second.  Whether presented on stage, on-court, or in a circus ring, their elegant metamorphosis are simply unbelievable.  Since “Quick Change” made its debut with this amazing act in 1996, audiences have responded to their incredible illusions with tremendous ovations—and left the theatre every night, wondering if they had not just dreamed what they saw.  The show has been hailed as the most exciting and magnetic magic/dance act in the world today.

Ticket prices $20 for adults ages 13 and older, and $10 for children ages 12 and younger.  $30 VIP tickets include a backstage meet and greet with the cast and some of the animals used in the production.  Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 24.  For tickets and more information please call (800) 745-3000 or visit the Rosemont Theatre Box office or www.rosemonttheatre.com

SALUTE, INC. was founded in 2003 by Will and Mary Beth Beiersdorf of Arlington Heights, Illinois. Shortly after 9/11, Will, a Naval Reservist, was called to active duty and deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba for thirteen months. The severe financial impact his deployment had on his family came as a startling revelation. While Will was serving in Cuba, Mary Beth was overwhelmed with the magnitude of what she and their three sons were facing. In addition to the lack of finances, Mary Beth and her children coped with the fear of the unknown and the emotional strain caused by their separation from Will.

With the help, support and outpouring of love from family, friends, their church and their community, they were able to survive. Upon Will’s return, both he and Mary Beth felt the need to “give back” by helping others who were experiencing similar hardships. In 2003, they decided to start an organization whose fundraising efforts would be based around a yearly Memorial Day Family Run/Walk. After sharing their vision with family, friends and pooling their resources, Salute was born!

SALUTE, INC. is now a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial support for our military men and women through a variety of fundraising activities.

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