Comedy, juggling and illusion will combine for the annual ''Night of Magic'' show presented by the Youngstown Magic Club.
Headliners for this years show are comedian / magician Michael Finney and comedian / juggler Nels Ross.
Finney, who is based out of Phoenix, was a finalist on ''Star Search'' with Ed McMahon in 1986. His other television credits include ''HBO Comic on the Road,'' ''Sunday Comics with Lenny Clark'' ''Bud Friedman's Evening at the Improv,'' two appearances on George Lopez's TBS talk show and six appearances on Fox's ''Comic Strip Live.'' He also appeared on two NBC specials hosted by John Ritter, ''World's Greatest Magic'' and ''World's Wildest Magic.''
Finney performed at President George W. Bush's inauguration in 2001 and has received the Academy of Arts Award for Comedy Magician of the Year and the Jimmy Durante Award for Comedy.
Ross, who has been performing professionally for 20 years, has trained with instructors from Ringling Brothers and Cirque du Soleil, written for Juggle magazine, taught performing arts courses and workshops and provided shows and presentations for all kinds of groups and events.
Based in Buffalo, Ross has toured throughout the United States and Canada.
The program also will feature strolling magic performed by several members of the Youngstown Magic Club, which is one of the oldest chapters of the International Brotherhood of Magicians.
The ''Night of Magic'' Show starts at 7 p.m. Saturday at the LaBrae High School Auditorium, 1001 N. Leavitt Road, Warren Township. Strolling magic starts at 6 p.m., and the show is recommended for audience members age 16 and older.
Tickets are $15 and can be ordered by calling Gary Morton at 330-883-0513 or Nick Verina at 330-307-4928.