Outerbridge, The Time Capsule Tour to perform in Prince Rupert

On the evening of February 18, audience members will gather at the Lester Centre to witness "the most successful magician in Canada".

On the evening of Saturday, February 18, audience members will gather at the Lester Centre of the Arts to witness Ted Outerbridge “the most successful magician in Canada”, and his wife Marion’s brand new, family-friendly show full of mind boggling illusions as part of the couple’s Time Capsule Tour.

“This show is a truly amazing masterfully orchestrated, high-energy magical adventure for the whole family filled with breathtaking new illusions that will give you goose bumps.” Said Crystal Loretter, General Manager of the Lester Centre of the Arts.

Outerbridge consists of Ted and Marion Outerbridge, who have both previously performed in Prince Rupert as a team. This time they will be presenting The Time Capsule Tour, with all new illusions and a fresh, completely new show. A said highlight of the show is the prediction of the time capsule’s contents done at each performance’s venue, as well as a psychic goose named Greta.

Critics have called Ted Outerbridge a “champion of magic”. Ted began his career as a professional magician in 1982, making his international debut at age 18 in Bermuda. Since then, Ted has gone on to perform all around the globe, captivating audiences along the way. 

Marion Hinz, who later became Marion Outerbridge, was born in Germany and studied different styling of dancing at a number of prestigious schools in both Europe and Russia.

In 1991, Marion Hinz was hired as a dancer and lead assistant in the Ted Outerbridge Magician Extraordinaire, and shortly after she became an integral part of the show.

Tickets will cost $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, or $55 for a family rate (two adults and two children) and can be purchased at Cook’s Jewelers or the Lester Centre box office. The performance will start at 7:30 p.m. on the 18th.