shows surprise at the climax of the telephone book effect.
by Dave Rehor
show is 45 minutes of humor, amazing effects, and lots of audience
participation. Audiences are fascinated by Dick’s mind-reading
ability and sophisticated presentation. His show is particularly
well-suited for after-dinner entertainment at banquets and also
for adding excitement and enthusiasm to all-day conferences.
Because Dick makes
no claims or disclaimers, opinions abound about whether the sixth
sense is real or the effects are accomplished through trickery,
non-verbal communication, or psychological ploys. However,
this much is certain. Everyone, no matter what their beliefs,
will thoroughly enjoy this unique show and will remember it for
a long time.
If you are a meeting
planner or the person in charge of your corporate event, you will
definitely receive compliments on your choice of entertainment once
your group experiences Dick’s show. Here are some of the effects
you can expect:
- Several people
in the audience will write down numbers that are added up by another
audience member. That sum is then written on a flip chart
in front of the group. Another audience member randomly selects
a phone number from the local phone book and it matches the number
generated by the audience. (see photos above)
- A person
opens up a book to any page, picks any word without saying anything
or writing it down. Dick accurately reveals that word out
of thousands of words.
- A 60’s
music trivia quiz involving several audience members with a mind-reading
- While Dick
is 50 feet away, a page is torn out of a magazine by a spectator
who proceeds to tear the page into tiny pieces. One piece
is selected, a word is silently chosen from the scrap of paper,
and Dick accurately announces the word.
- A hilarious
"lie detector helmet" is worn on stage by a member of
the audience. Every time that person tells a fib, lights flash
mysteriously and a buzzer sounds on the helmet.