Illusionist Rob Lake taps the Armed Forces Entertainment show at the Coleman Theater in Miami

Famed illusionist Rob Lake will perform at the historic Coleman Theater in Miami, Okla., on October 19 to film his final special for Armed Forced Entertainment.

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Since 1951, Armed Forces Entertainment has provided the best in American entertainment to American troops and their family members stationed overseas. Expanding to taped shows, the reach and impact of Armed Forces Entertainment has multiplied the joy and wonder available to audiences around the world.

Lake’s latest specials, taped in 2021, have over half a million views to date and continue to be popular for Armed Forces Entertainment.

Lake’s show at the Coleman Theater will feature never-before-seen illusions that will be recorded for an expanded program to be broadcast to troops overseas on Armed Forces Network and available online later this year.

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“After more than 20 years performing for audiences around the world, it fuels my soul and creativity to continue to develop and share new illusions with Armed Forces Entertainment,” Lake said in a press release.

Seating for the show will begin at 6:30 p.m. Audience members are asked to wear dark, bold colors with no logos or prints.

Once called “the world’s greatest illusionist” by NBC, Lake is recognized internationally with sold-out shows and millions of dollars in tickets sold, as well as an online engagement of over 70 million views on YouTube and Facebook. . He has appeared on “America’s Got Talent,” Fox’s “Game of Talents,” and E! “Daily Pop” from News.

Lake holds the distinction of being the youngest recipient of the coveted Merlin Award for ‘International Stage Magician of the Year’. He is a magic consultant for network television series, feature films, theme parks, Broadway shows and major public events. For more information visit

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