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‘Mysteries of the Mind’ coming to The Poncan Theatre

Team Radio Marketing Group - January 2, 2018 12:57 pm

Paul Draper’s “Mysteries of the Mind” will come to The Poncan Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27.

Several companion events go along with the main show. There will be a magic class from 6 to 6:30 p.m. and a midnight se’ance.

Ticket prices include these options:
Magic Class and Main Show = $30 adults / $20 kids (12 and under)
Main Show = $20 adults / $10 kids
Main Show and Se’ance = $40 adults
Se’ance only = $25 (must be 15 or older to attend)

Draper is a comedy presenter, mind-reader and speaker who has appeared on the History Channel, A&E, HBO, Hallmark, the Travel Channel, HGTV, and shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Pawn Stars, Ghost Adventures, Mindfreak, and House Hunters.

Draper has appeared with David Copperfield, Lance Burton, and Teller of Penn & Teller as an expert for the History Channel.

He has performed for HBO Comedy Fest at Caesar’s Palace and hosted companion documentaries for Steven Spielberg’s Poltergeist.

In Las Vegas, he has headlined for many casinos including the Orleans Casino and Planet Hollywood V Theater, in addition to his seven years as house magician for the Venetian Hotel & Casino.

The International Magicians Society awarded Draper a Merlin Award for World’s Best Corporate Performer.

Recently, Draper has performed at Yale, USC, Apple, YPO, the Magic Castle in Hollywood, Off-Broadway, and the Magic Circle in London.

In addition to his corporate shows and lectures, Draper is frequently called upon as an expert in fields ranging from magical history to human consciousness. As an anthropologist and member of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness, Draper studies Native American ghost dancers, South American cannibals, and spiritualists.

For more information, contact The Poncan Theatre at (580) 765-0943.


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