Mind Reading & Magic in Max Major's THINK
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The last date listed for THINK: An Evening of Mind Reading and Magic was Saturday September 27, 2014 / 9:00pm.
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In 1999, British playwright Sara Kane committed suicide. Before she died, she gave the theater world what many consider her greatest achievement. 4.48 Psychosis was written while the author was severely depressed, and its subject matter reflects that illness. A powerful, disjointed work, 4.48 Psychosis explores what happens when a young woman's brain splinters into fragments and becomes a battlefield at war with itself. Counting backwards by sevens, a so-called test of sanity, she tries desperately to recover a world that is slipping rapidly through her fingers. In the end, she claws desperately to free herself from the nightmare. Learn More
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This was my 1st time at a magic or any such type of an event. It was a fantastic show! I was on edge the entire show and wanting more when it was over. Plus he is very handsome, too. I was on the 2nd row and very glad I wasn't futher from the...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“One of the top performers in the nation!” –- News Channel 8
“An Enchanting Evening” –- DC Magazine
“Charismatic, Entertaining, and Mystifying” – The Washington Times
“A Best Bet” – The Washington Post
Check out Major’s majorly entertaining promo reel here.
This show is recommended for ages 13 and older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Interactive Magic
Max Major is a magician living in Washington, DC. His performances, which combine Magic, Mentalism, and Hypnosis, are featured at corporate events across the country. In 2011 he was named “DC’s Best Performing Artist” by the Washington City Paper, recognizing him as one of premier entertainers in the DC metro area. In 2013 Max Major’s THINK was named “Best One Person Show in Washington DC” by CBSLocal.com.