Mind2Mind

cabaret & variety · writers direct group · Ages 18+ · world premiere · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS · June 05, 2016
I attended the preview performance June 3, and there were some opening night jitters. But it was a very entertaining and surprising show. The mindreader was good, but the mind reading cartoon on the TV was even more amazing. ... full review

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RACHEL FLANAGAN discover hollywood magazine · June 07, 2016
Mind2Mind is an interactive ESP adventure with the world’s first Animated Mindreading cartoon guru. The guru, voiced by Dave Egan, is there to assist and entertain mentalist Don Bice, but don’t expect him to stick around long because he’s quite a busy guy. Don Bice is entertaining and fun with or without his guru counterpart and the show is definitely geared toward an adult audience with some of the jokes about Viagra and other jokes that younger audiences might not relate to as much. You’ll experience more of the comedic side of ESP than actual ESP mentalist tricks, but Mind2Mind is still a laugh out loud entertaining show sure to delight any crowd looking for a good time. Be sure to sit in one of the first two rows if you want to be a pa... full review

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PAUL ELLIOTT · June 13, 2016
Needed a lot of work... but then I saw the opening performance and hopefully it got a lot tighter. ... full review

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SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer · June 18, 2016
The show itself is fun, but there were only about 3 or 4 total mind reading tricks in the full hour. The main mind reader was funny and an adorable senior citizen, but because of his age, the pacing was a bit slow (which he did joke about!), which sometimes made the ultimate mindreading a bit less tight and therefore not as impressive as it could have been at a much faster pace. That being said, it's a fun show, and if you're interested in ESP, laughing, have some extra cash, and have an opening for an hour in your schedule, it's a nice getaway for an hour.... full review

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ERIK BLAIR certified reviewer · June 19, 2016
This is a show that has some fun potential to it. A live mind-reader starts trying to do his show, fails, and turns to his mentor--an animated character who helps him read minds IN REAL TIME. A Neat idea, for sure, and one that's family-friendly and capable of amusing all ages. The performance I saw was, indeed, amusing--but at the same time, there were things that kept it from being as much fun as I hoped it would be. The pacing was slower than I would have hoped. There were a few mistakes in the show that made some of the mind-reading more obvious than one would want. And some of the jokes felt like they were in need of being refreshed into the 21st century. This show isn't bad at all. It just also isn't brilliant. And I would love ... full review

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LESLIE ARNOLD · June 21, 2016
This show is a must see and is acceptable for all ages. You will leave the theatre scratching your head, wondering how he did it, along with a big smile on your face.... full review

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RON ANDERSON · June 21, 2016
Go see the show. Worth the time. lots of fun. I would go see it again and I may. ... full review

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