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By Dan Rudy 

Traveling physician shares a bit of magic in library show

 

December 28, 2017

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

Rondoc the Magician amazes a younger audience with one of his effects, during a free show at the library performed on December 20. A Sitka physician by day, Dr. Myron Fribush has been practicing magic as a hobby for the past 40 years.

Winter wasn't the only source of wonder in Wrangell last week, as residents crowded into the public library to watch a magic show.

Illuminating minds under the stage name of Rondoc, Dr. Myron Fribush commanded the southwestern corner of Irene Ingle Public Library the evening of December 20. Children crowded around in front, with as many adults watching from as far back as the main doors. There were 58 audience members in all.

Wearing a conical hat and Chinese gown, the visiting physician introduced himself before starting his assorted effects.

"I love to watch it and occasionally perform it...



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