Frequently Asked Questions
What is The Magic Show at The Roosevelt?

A collaboration between The Hollywood Roosevelt and theory11 - starring magician Franco Pascali. The Magic Show is an elegant, upscale, intimate experience in an unmarked, hidden theater in the lobby of The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Is there a dress code?

There is no specific dress code enforced, but this show is an elegant, upscale experience - so we recommend nice casual or cocktail attire.

What's the difference between seating?

This is a very intimate venue, so all seats are good seats! Premier and Reserved are our best seats, with the best views and most likely to be in on the action. Reserved seats may be on the sides of the theater, but still offer great vantage points. General seats are located in the back of the theater or on the sides. All seats are preassigned based on ticket tier and party size.

Is there an age limit?

The Magic Show is intended for those 18 years of age or older, and cocktails are served throughout the venue for those 21 and up.

Do I need to print my ticket?

The show operates on a guest list, so you'll just need to present your name and a government-issued ID at the door. No need to print your ticket.

Who is Franco Pascali?

Franco Pascali is a magician, mentalist, creator, and performer. At 21, he’s a true phenom and prodigy in the world of magic - with frequent performances at The Magic Castle and high profile events around the world.

The Magic Show at The Roosevelt is a demonstration of Franco’s most powerful, impossible magic and mentalism, presented in an intimate, elegant theater.

What is theory11?

theory11 is a powerhouse magic team with previous collaborations alongside JJ Abrams, Neil Patrick Harris, David Copperfield, Jimmy Fallon, and Saturday Night Live. In 2015, theory11 produced The Magician at The NoMad Hotel in New York, with shows six times a week - all selling out in less than 10 seconds.

How long is the show?

The show itself is 90 minutes in length, with a brief intermission. From beginning to end, the experience is approximately two hours.