Media Reviewer: Stacey Canavan – Weekend Notes
His mind-trickery is amazing and leaves fans stunned and wanting more. His finale is literally breathtaking and has to be seen to be believed. His hour long show just isn’t long enough and fans cheered as it came to an end, some even stuck around another 75mins just to see what his next show, ‘Mind Games’, had in store for them.
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Winner: 2014 Melbourne Magic Festival “Adelaide Fringe Award”
Winner: 2015 Melbourne Magic Festival “Most Popular Show Award”
You know those rare and unique movies that are full of twists and turns, with the most thrilling reveal at the end, being completely not what you expected, that you just didn’t see coming? Well Psyche! is just that – except in a LIVE stage show!
Psyche! is full of astounding stunts, blurring the line of what is possible or not. With moments of humour, and incredible mind reading, revealing details of which could simply not have been known by leading Mentalist Phoenix.
Psyche! comes in two different formats, one version ends with the final twist, & the other version includes the incredible water tank escape finale, one final sucker punch to slam your mind while it’s still trying to comprehend “HOW” Phoenix had done what e had just done!
There’s a very good reason that this show has won awards two consecutive years running as well as receiving 4 & 5 star reviews from some of the toughest critics!
This show does require proper staging, with side-wings (out of view of audience members from props to move on/off from stage.
A projector & screen are also required.
Additional tech, such as lighting & effects can be supplied and are advised for maximum impact of this show.
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“Media Reviewer: Michael Coghlan – The Clothesline
Psyche!” By Phoenix Will Leave You Believing The Unbelievable!
I guarantee you will leave thinking ‘how the *%#& did he do that?’
Media Reviewer: Ernest – Kryztoff Raw
“Very entertaining and well worth seeing as it will have you wondering what is possible and where does the impossible begin to be real?”
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