On February 20, 1977, with little advance publicity, Le Grand David and his own Spectacular Magic Company made its debut on the stage of the Cabot Street Cinema Theatre, and ran for 35 years. In 1985, the Le Grand David Company opened a second two-hour show of magic, music, comedy, and dance at Beverly's other antique playhouse, the Larcom Theatre. The two productions showcased: over 1000 costumes, 700 entrances and exits, 100 classic illusions, 45 backdrops, 35 years in a small town, 4 hours of stage magic, and 2 antique theaters. The shows were produced, directed, designed and choreographed by Marco the Magi.
In the spring of 2012, it was announced that:
- the Cabot and Larcom productions would cease
- the Cabot St. Cinema Theatre would continue showing films only
- both theaters and adjoining spaces would be available for rental for functions.
An auction of props, artwork, bronzes and memorabilia was held on February 23, 2014.