Psychobiologist and magician Matthew Singer blends neuroscience with illusion; live music and a wine bar precede the show
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NeuroMagic: Question Your Own Reality
The NeuroMagician: Matthew Singer, who became a professional magician (and the youngest member of Magic Castle’s Junior Program in Hollywood) at age 12. He went on to study psychobiology at UCLA and now combines his two passions—neuroscience and illusion—to mind-bending effect through a new style of illusion.
The NeuroMagic: Through a fusion of clinical hypnosis, the latest cognitive science, mentalism, and illusion, Singer takes the audience on a philosophical journey through the mind. Attendees question their own reality through shocking feats of perception that help enhance understanding of the brain and mind.
The NeuroMagic in Singer’s Own Third-Person Voice: “His unique style seemingly re-wires brain cells to allow miracles.”
The NeuroConsultants: David Copperfield and Criss Angel