Over-the-edge mentalist/illusionist appears April 19
Whether he's performing for college students, Fortune 500 executives, or well-known celebrities, Hoffman's visual illusions and psychological stunts create a mind-blowing form of mystery entertainment that leaves his audience spellbound. The show is a hands-on production built on audience interaction - involving the audience in every twist and turn. He reads minds, performs impossible illusions, eats razorblades, and gives away money! He has predicted international headline news weeks before it happened and has also predicted winning lottery numbers. Hoffman is perhaps best known for his insane stunts like driving an $118,000 custom car sixteen miles – blindfolded! Or, the straitjacket escape, a stunt that puts him inside a straitjacket with a scorpion - then he gets hoisted 100 feet into the air by his ankles! Note that Hoffman is banned from every major casino in the country for his talent with playing cards.
Reservations can be made by contacting Jackie Warnick-Piatt at 570-675-9284 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost for students is only $5; cost for community/faculty/staff is $10. The show will take place in the Hayfield House Community Room. Audience arrival is requested by 6:00 p.m., desserts will be served at 6:30 p.m., and the show will begin at 7:00 p.m
To read more about Wayne Hoffman's amazing stunts and illusions, read comments from audience members who have seen his show, see clips of his performances and more, visit http://www.hoffmanmagic.com.