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Penn & Teller

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How to Make Your Own Vermeer

Friday, January 17, 2014

The canvases of Johannes Vermeer are almost photographic — more than 150 years before the camera was invented. That’s why some have speculated that in order to achieve those uncannily real images, Vermeer must have invented an optical device that projected the image of what he saw. Meet the man who thinks he's cracked the case.

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On Stage Now: Play Dead

Friday, March 11, 2011

Always wanted to see a magician eat a light bulb, then disembowel an audience member? It happens every night at Play Dead — a ghoulish haunted house of a magic show Off Broadway. It's the creation of Teller (the short, silent half of Penn & Teller) and longtime Coney Island entertainer Todd Robbins.

Video: Todd Robbins, star of Play Dead, eats a light bulb

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Teller on Secrets

Saturday, November 24, 2001

Kurt Andersen and special guest Teller, half of the magic and comedy team Penn & Teller, talk about the artistic urge to create, keep, and reveal secrets. For the last 25 years, with his comedy and magic partner Penn Jillette, Teller has been the team's silent foil. He never talks during ...

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Teller on Secrets

Saturday, July 21, 2001

Kurt Andersen and special guest Teller, half of the magic and comedy team Penn & Teller, talk about the artistic urge to create, keep, and reveal secrets. 

For the last 25 years, with his comedy and magic partner Penn Jillette, Teller has been the team's silent foil. He never talks ...

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Secrets, Sneakers, Teller

Saturday, July 21, 2001

Kurt Andersen surveys the cultural impact of history's most disturbing symbols and Paola Antonelli, design curator at the Museum of Modern Art, looks at the ever-changing style and technology of the sneaker. Kurt and special guest Teller, half of the magic and comedy team Penn & Teller, talk about secrets, ...