Magic and hypnosis may seem similar, but they are two entirely different animals. I've often said that a magic show is physically more strenuous for me, whereas a hypnosis show is mentally more strenuous. With a magic show, I know what's going to happen and when it's going to happen. I can also pretty accurately predict the reactions I'm going to get from the audience. On the other hand, a hypnosis show is unpredictable because I'm not the entertainer...the volunteers are. I'
Most people think that my job is to entertain people. To a degree, that's true, but I see it as much more than that. If you hire me for your event, my job is to make YOU look good. A few weeks ago, I was contacted by a company in Kansas City. I'm not going to mention names because I respect their privacy. They were having a big meeting that brought in people from around the country as well as from Canada and Mexico. It was a big event and the coordinator wanted things to be p
Occasionally I'll get asked how far I travel to do a show. The easy answer is "How far do you want me to travel?" I've performed for corporations, fairs, festivals and other events in most states. Being located right in the middle of the country doesn't hurt. From Yakima to Tallahassee and from San Antonio to Bismarck...and just about every town in between. I've performed in gorgeous theaters and on the back of flatbed trucks. I've been put up in lavish suites and I've shared
Many times people are very nervous about hiring me for a hypnosis show. And it's not just me, it's ANY hypnotist. Why? I think it's because they've most likely seen a hypnotist at a comedy club or bar and that's their only exposure to hypnosis. Bar and comedy club hypnotists tend to be dirty, lewd and offensive. In a bar setting, it might be fun to see people acting like strippers, shouting profanities or having sex with a chair. However, when it comes to doing shows for comp