WEST PLAINS, Mo. – Mentalist Christopher Carter will bring his show, “Theater of Thoughts,” to West Plains for a 7 p.m. performance Jan. 28 at the West Plains Civic Center theater.
Tickets are $10 per person. Current Missouri State-West Plains students can attend free with their Bear Pass ID. The performance is being sponsored by the Missouri State University-West Plains University/Community Programs (U/CP) Department.
Carter’s show, “Theater of Thoughts,” proves to audiences why he is recognized as one of the world’s most skilled, creative and original thought readers, show promoters said. With his eyes covered by coins and duct-taped shut, he amazes those attending by describing objects held up by audience members, duplicating signatures and correctly identifying serial numbers on currency safely hidden in an audience member’s pocket or purse.
“He can even cause light bulbs to light up in an audience member’s hands without touching them,” promoters added. “Christopher Carter will astound audience members with personal facts they have never before revealed to anyone. He knows what you’re thinking so think nice thoughts about him!”
Katarina Vetter, U/CP theater and events coordinator, said university students are looking forward to the performance.
“Our students have thoroughly enjoyed it when we welcome mentalists to our campus, so we are incredibly excited for Christopher Carter to amaze us,” Vetter said. “We have heard only wonderful and impressive things about him. Area residents won’t want to miss this unique experience.”
For more information about the Jan. 28 performance, call the U/CP office at 417-255-7966 or visit wp.missouristate.edu/theater.