The Elk Lake High School Student Council will be jumping with fun, laughter and definite foolishness as Hypnotist Jason Christopher excites the audience with his hilarious Hypnosis Show, Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m., that is sure to sell out.
During the show, ordinarily conservative audience members, and even those who aren’t conservative, will undergo a complete transformation. The actions that Christopher puts them through are hilarious to the audience members, but to those on stage, it becomes their reality. Of course, the pandemonium is all great fun and will have the audience laughing nonstop from start to finish during this special appearance.
What specifically happens all depends on the Pittsburgh, PA resident and what he guides the volunteers through during this special performance of “The Jason Christopher Comedy Hypnosis Show.”
A graduate of the Stage Hypnosis Center in Litchfield Park, AZ, Christopher told members, “I’m excited with the opportunity of presenting my comedy hypnosis show for your community. During the show we will have fun and lots of laughs. It will be exciting, and the show will involve a number of audience members. The individuals who volunteer for hypnosis are the ones who will have the most fun.
“Hypnosis shows are very unique entertainment and have been called one of the greatest shows on earth. It combines the fun of total audience participation with the incredible abilities of the mind. You will laugh and applaud for your friends and family up on stage as you have never seen them before. For instance, the quietest introvert will often times become the greatest star,” Christopher says.
“Hypnotizing individuals is a process that begins with the volunteer’s approval; nobody can by hypnotized against their will.”
“Every person that has a strong desire may be hypnotized. It may be worth mentioning nobody is ever forced to participate on stage. The traditional hypnotic show in the past was humor at the expense of audience members, but during my show, I make the audience members the stars. I try to highlight and accentuate the talents and creativity of our volunteers. We do nothing to embarrass them. I know that may disappoint a few individuals,” he added with a laugh.
In conclusion, Christopher stated, “I hope to see everyone at the show, and oh yes, it is for real. If you have any doubts, join us and volunteer.”
You can get pre-sale tickets only at the high school at 570-278- 1106, Extension 138 or 750. For more information, contact Ms. Smith at Extension 138 or visit Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.
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