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It’s showtime

Mike Breeze brings his family oriented performance to Kansas High School on Friday, Dec. 12.

Posted: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 11:30 am

Hypnosis show set for Kansas Campus

David Reeder Grove Sun Delaware County Journal

KANSAS – If you’re looking for a great afternoon of entertainment, while benefiting a good cause, then mark your calendar for 12:30 Friday, December 12 at J.O. Jones Auditorium for the presentation of Comedy Stage Hypnotist Mike Breeze.

Breeze, who hails from Ryan, Oklahoma has trained as a clinical hypnotist and obtained his certification through the National Guild of Hypnotists. Along the way, Mike traveled to Las Vegas where he trained with some of the best stage hypnotists in the world. In 2013 he was one of the featured acts at Branson’s Tribute Theater as well as headlining at corporate and private events throughout the country.

The comedic presentation centers around volunteers chosen from the audience which according to Breeze, “You can expect to have a lot of fun, a lot of laughs and see your friends and family participate in the show. In the state of hypnosis we release our hidden talents and abilities. During the show we focus on the fun and the laughter. Individuals that have seen my show know what a great time is in store for them. And it is a completely unique, family oriented, G-rated experience.”

When asked if anyone can be hypnotized Mike stated, “Anyone and everyone who is willing to by hypnotized can be and a person who is unwilling won’t be. But people who attend his presentation are in for a real surprise.”

Profits from this fun filled presentation will go toward the annual Washington, D.C. trip sponsored by Kansas High School’s World History teacher David Saunders.

The trip is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a group of KHS students to tour the seat of our country’s government where they will get the opportunity to tour such famous venues at the The Capitol Mall, Arlington National Cemetery (home of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier) and the Washington Monument, to name a few.

Admission to the event is $10.00 per person and may be purchased in advance from Mr. Saunders at the school or at the door on the day of the event.

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