If you're looking for a unique theatrical experience, one that isn't edgy, over-the-top, or trying so hard that it falls flat, then see The Magic of Love when it comes to your town. It's staged by magician Lawrence Khong, along with his daughter Priscilla, and well-supported by some of the best magicians in the world as advisors.
It's not a magic show per se, it's a tender-hearted story with singing, dancing, and illusions. Now, I know that might sound odd, but if you give it a chance I promise you'll enjoy yourself and appreciate the production. It starts out a little oddly, and there are a few things that bespeak it's Singapore origin (I think so, anyway, it's not quite American, that's for sure), but soon all of that melts away and you realize that you're having a darn fine time.
I saw it at the fabulous Palace theatre in Chicago, it's coming to Salt Lake City and Los Angeles next, before heading back to Asia.