Max Major: An Evening of Mind Reading and Magic
Ellicott City, MD
-- ONE NIGHT ONLY: Sat, April 6th at 8pm --
After 15 consecutive weeks of sold out shows in Washington, DC, Max Major is bringing his acclaimed show to Ellicott City in a charity performance to benefit The ARC of Howard County. In this 90 min show, magician Max Major will use a combination of magic, psychology, hypnosis and suggestion to demonstrate the untapped powers of the mind.
Major will utilize his uncanny understanding of body language to decode the thoughts of audience members. He'll assume the role of a human lie detector as he challenges volunteers to conceal their true intentions. He'll subject himself to extreme physical harm in a feat of mind over body. In a final test of the power of suggestion, Norris will give one audience member the chance to win $1000.
Limited tickets availble at the door for $25
Not recommended for children under 13.
ABOUT MAX MAJOR
Max Major is a magician (and future politician) living in Washington, DC. His performances, which combine Magic, Mentalism, and Hypnosis, are featured at corporate events across the country. In addition to his studies as a magician, Major relies heavily on his skills at reading body language, which he has honed over the course of 2000 live shows. His clients in 2011 included Deloitte, Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen, Hughes Networks, and a command performance at the residence of Redskins owner Dan Snyder.
In 2011 he was named "DC's Best Performing Artist" by the Washington City Paper, recognizing him as one of premier entertainers in the DC metro area.
Max Major recently hosted a travel show for MSN called Re:Discover, where he gave viewers a tour of some hidden gems of Washington and currently stars as "The Magic Man" on Season 4 of Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too on the Oxygen Network. For more on Max Major visit: http://maxmajor.net
Reaction shots from recent performances courtesy of The Umbrella Syndiate
Howard County Center for the Arts
8510 High Ridge Road
Team Embrace / The ARC of Howard County
Team Embrace is a group of dedicated volunteer athletes who raise funds and awareness for The Arc of Howard County through participation in triathlons and other endurance events. The mission of The Arc is "The achievement of full community life for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities--one person at a time." Through numerous programs and services including: Employment, Family and Individual Support, Respite Care, Residential, Day Program, Supported Retirement The Arc of Howard County, makes an immeasurable difference in the lives of those they serve and our community.
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