Belinda Sinclair, who grew up a child actor in New York, has been doing magic since she was 9 years old. According to Time Out, New York, she is one of the greatest female magicians in the world. Going into its 5th year, every eve, and weekend afternoons. Belinda invites you into her Parlor to experience, “A Magicienne Among the Spirits,” in The Conjuring Room, a space that seats only 13 people. It is a secret location, until you purchase a ticket. When you arrive, you are transported to another world, another New York, when the interest in the spiritual was at its height (1860-1910), a journey of stories and modest re enactments of magic. The room is alive too, small objects seem to dance, bells ring, and sometimes a flower will explode. Ultimately, her show is an examination and reclaiming of the history of the female Magiciennne, and as the props filling out her spirit-laden set, she owns the largest library in the world of female magician ephemera; more than 10,000 pieces: documents, apparatus, books, and how-to’s. In the future, she hopes to turn her holdings into a museum exhibition, and expand her current show/experience into a parlor that inspires discovery.