What is the dress code?
The Chamber Magic dress code is cocktail attire: jackets and ties for gentlemen and dressy attire for ladies. In order to maintain the proper atmosphere, please do not wear jeans, sneakers, t-shirts, cut-offs, tank tops, or baseball caps. If you are not dressed appropriately, you will be seated at the rear of the room.
Is there assigned seating for the show?
Seats are not assigned for the show, but if you would like to guarantee your space in the front or second row, be sure to book a Premium ticket when you purchase. The rest of the seats in this luxury hotel suite will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, but the show’s intimate setting and the limited size of the audience allow for a close-up experience from any seat.
Can I guarantee my space in the front or second row?
Yes! You can purchase a Premium ticket for the show, which will guarantee your front or second row seat.
What’s in the souvenir program?
The souvenir program is a beautiful, full-color booklet that contains collectible photography and artwork of Steve Cohen, as well as detailed descriptions of the show’s history and magical lore. The program includes illustrations by famous artists, including Al Hirschfeld (see if you can find the Nina’s!). Stories include little-known facts about the Waldorf Astoria hotel, and Steve Cohen’s complete biography. Program booklet is 9″x12″, 14 pages.
If a show is sold out, can I get on a waiting list?
No, Chamber Magic does not keep a waiting list for the show. Shows often sell out well ahead of time, and only allow 60 guests per show, so please plan in advance if possible.
Is there parking nearby?
You may park in the Waldorf Astoria garage, with an entrance on 50th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, on the right just pas the entrance to the Towers; the rate is $46 for up to 8 hours. There is also a parking garage on 49th Street between 2nd and 3rd and several others in the blocks surrounding the hotel. To see other on-street and off-street parking options, please CLICK HERE.
Is the show appropriate for children?
The minimum age limit for guests is 12 years. While Chamber Magic does not contain any adult language or subject matter that might be inappropriate for children, the show is geared towards an adult audience. We do not recommend bringing groups of children (such as for a birthday celebration).
Is any food or beverage served at the show?
No food or drinks will be served at the show. The Waldorf Astoria hotel, at which the performance takes place, has several excellent restaurants and bars, however. Many guests have dinner before or after the show.
Are gift certificates available for the show?
Yes, gift certificates are available for Chamber Magic and make a perfect gift for holidays, birthdays or any other occasion! To purchase a gift certificate, please go to the Gift Cards page.
Is Chamber Magic wheelchair accessible?
Yes, there is full wheelchair access to Chamber Magic shows. You will take an elevator up to the appropriate suite for the show and anywhere there might be a few steps to go up, there are handicap access ramps as well.
Can I book Steve Cohen for a private event?
Yes, many of the world’s most powerful and successful individuals call on Steve Cohen when they need to impress their most jaded guests. If you wish to make arrangements for a private booking, you can do so by clicking here.