World-class illusionist Vitaly has mystified fans from all over the world, including Las Vegas superstars Penn & Teller whom he has successfully fooled in their hit TV show, Fool Us. From bringing photographs and paintings to life to making audience members disappear from their own driver's licenses, even the most jaded illusionists have declared Vitaly's An Evening of Wonders as containing some of the most incredible and impossible magic ever witnessed.
Most recently, Vitaly’s show was produced off-Broadway by Daryl Roth, who’s producing credits include Tony winners such as Kinky Boots and Indecent. Vitaly was booked for a limited, 16-week run at the prestigious Westside Theatre, the same venue where Penn & Teller have started their careers in the 1980s.
Vitaly's creativity and talents have taken him from his native home of Belarus to perform internationally in theaters, at corporate events and on TV shows, before settling in Vancouver, BC. His fascination with the artistic potential of magic was stirred by a David Copperfield special at age 14. After wowing friends and family with his seemingly impossible illusions, Vitaly’s ability to create new and imaginative illusions led him to realize that he could conjure up a stage-show like no other illusionist performing today. Departing from his family home and leaving behind a career in engineering, Vitaly focused on rebuilding people’s childlike sense of wonder and bridging the gap between dreams and reality. Now famed as “one of the most captivating and enjoyable illusionists performing in the world” (Chicago Tribune), Vitaly has gained a reputation as a mind-blowing performer who “breaks down boundaries to let his audiences' imaginations roam into the realm of the impossible." (BroadwayWorld)