Let's just call it a magical show. It is one that actually saves lives.
Texas' own Jim Munroe was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. His sister was not a good match for a bone marrow transplant but a random 19-year-old girl was.
"It was a one person match out of a 19 million person database," said Munroe.
Now this magician is using his show to raise awareness.
It's a big purpose for a former Big 12 pitcher. Jim Munroe used to pitch for the University of Texas. Now he's trying to get people to step up to the plate and become bone marrow donors through this magical show.
"So now we have the awesome opportunity to tour college campuses and to talk to people about my story and then also, about the Be The Match Foundation which we support," said Munroe who randomly previewed his show Thursday afternoon at the Student Union on the University of Nebraska campus. The big show Thursday night at the Rococo Theater is sold out.
"We've had countless emails and Facebook messages from people who have come to our show, signed up and gone on to save a live and so that's pretty cool," said Munroe
An encore performance is set for next Wednesday at Wesleyan's O'Donnell Theater.