LEWISTON, Idaho – A mentalist and a magician will both give free performances at Lewis-Clark State College’s Silverthorne Theatre in November open to the public. Both events are sponsored the Warrior Entertainment Board student club at LCSC.
Mentalist Chris Carter will take the stage at 8 p.m. on Nov. 2. Carter touts himself as a mind reader, motivational speaker, and magician, as well as being an expert in body language and persuasive communication.
Carter, who is from Chicago, has been performing for more than 25 years as entertainer. While he admits he is not a psychic, Carter said he is an incredibly skilled observer of human behavior and has the ability to read people. He has appeared on the Martin Short, and Donny and Marie television shows, and was named the Campus Activities Entertainer of the Year in 2005 for his college shows.
On Nov. 9, also at 8 p.m., Seattle magician Nash Fung will perform. He has appeared on “Penn & Teller’s Fool Us” and other shows in the Pacific Northwest.
Nash uses a show that mixes original music, psychology, humor and inspiration during his magic shows. He performs tricks that all in the audience can participate in at their seats. He will also share his life story throughout his performance.
For more information on the performances, contact the LCSC Student Activities office at 208-792-2256 or email [email protected].