What You'll Get
Witnessing real live magic can validate claims that magic is capable of making a set of keys or the last toast point disappear. Today's Groupon gets you a general-admission ticket to see The Mentalist Live at the V Theater for $25. Feats of magic, comedy, and mindreading blend together to shock an entire crowd of spectators who will simultaneously think of the number 14.
From TV shows such as 2004's The Mentalist and 2007's Phenomenon to the Vegas stage, mind-man Gerry McCambridge thrills, entertains, and outsmarts enormous groups of people. Gerry knows exactly what everyone within 500 feet of him is thinking and uses his mentalism talents to consistently shock the expectations of roguish naysayers. He knows who you are, who you've dated, who your pets have expressed an interest in dating, and how you beat the gentleman next to you in a game of checkers played with Candyland pieces. Some call his talent fiendish, others call it vaguely gypsy, while most agree it provides an evening of thrillingly disarming entertainment.
Flaunt your magical experience in front of the office water cooler as you describe the way a perfect stranger navigated the contours of your cerebral webbing, dancing one step ahead of each of your thoughts like a swift-footed psychoanalyst. People will ooh, ahh, and grandyrant.
The Mentalist Live has been featured on Access Hollywood, The Vegas Show, SOAPnet, and more, mentalizing celebrities and common folk alike.
Yelpers give four stars and some manic reviews:
- I couldn't believe how good this guy was. He guessed my pin number, my birthday, my home town, and the names and ages of both of my kids. I swear, he is stalking me! Gerry will probably blow your mind too, check out this show! – Mary L.
- We were blown away by this guy! I was one of the few audience members that had been chosen and he read my mind. He told me a few things about my present, which all happened to be correct!...He told me some things about my future, only time will tell if he is correct or not! – Suzie Q.
- So badass!!! This show is kinda short but only cuz I wanna keep seein' this dude do his thing. It's fake, it's real, a trick whatever!! Just scope it out and have a good time – Brian R.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 27, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Reservations recommended. No Wednesday showings. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.