The Amazing Kreskin

World famous mentalist, The Amazing Kreskin performs at the Stafford Springs Palace Theater
Audience members will have a ghost sighting of the spirits that haunt the building
Kreskin promises to find his hidden check or forfeit his fee!

With a showman's flair, a comedian's wit, and the capacities of a bona fide Mentalist or thought reader, The Amazing Kreskin has, for 5 decades, dramatized the unique facets of the human mind, his own! His very name has become an integral part of pop culture throughout the world, invoked in comedy clubs, comic strips, print stories, and TV shows. When Johnny Carson played the character "Carnac the Magnificent" on the "Tonight Show", he was spoofing the Amazing Kreskin. Kreskin was a favorite guest on Johnny's show and Merv Griffin, and has also been a regular on Howard Stern, David Letterman, and "Regis & Kathy Lee." Currently he makes frequent appearances on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and "Mike Huckabee."
In 2008, Oscar winner Tom Hanks produced and co-starred with John Malkovich in "The Great Buck Howard" which was fashioned after the Amazing Kreskin's life. After more than 50 years of performing, Kreskin has a new cult following. To quote David Letterman, "Kreskin should sue the producers of the TV show "The Mentalist" for stealing his act. He's the best mentalist in the world and he's not acting!" Kreskin can tell people things about themselves that only they or a close friend would know!
For his performance at the Palace, Kreskin asks that his check be hidden by the audience somewhere in the theater during the show. He will attempt to find it and if he fails, he will forfeit his fee. He offers $1,000,000.00 to anybody that can prove that he employs paid secret assistants or confederates in any phase of his program to help him perform his mentalist "effects."
The fact that there are rumors, as well as apparent witnesses, experiencing a ghostly presence at the Palace Theater, Kreskin will reawaken that awareness and cause "sightings" by audience members on stage of the spirits that lay dormant in the building.

$25.00 - $39.95


Please note NO children under the age of 10. If you would like to sit in a group, please purchase group tickets altogether. First come, first-serve seating. Dinner and show are $47.95, Premium seating available for an additional $14.95. Cash Bar Available (service fee and tax not included) Three-course dinner included with dinner and show ticket price.

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