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- Entertainer Type: Magician and Mentalist
- Show/Info: Inspired by legendary magicians, philosophical and psychological elements, and sci-fi movies, he engages his audiences with a thought-provoking and startling blend of mentalism, suggestion, and sleight of hand.
- Achievements: His props might include playing cards, antique small objects, strait jackets and recovered old creepy items. He is the impresario behind a monthly vaudeville variety show in Toronto, and performs at resorts, theatres, trucker bars and on television.
- Performs: Lukas Stark, The Mystery Entertainer is the world's first (and only) mind-reading and circus stunt spectacular performer. Lukas Stark, The Mystery Entertainer has trained his body and mind to perform incredible feats of mind reading and escapes.
The Mystery Entertainer
Lukas Stark has been performing magic for so long, he can’t remember exactly when he got started. Lukas is the world’s first (and only) mind-reading and circus stunt spectacular performer. He has worked for hundreds of corporate clients because the show is great for any group. The 45 minute group show can include a quality sound equipment (if required). He performs a stage style show for the entire group (a description of the show follows), or a more intimate experience by having a rotation of small groups 4-6 sitting and experiencing mentalism close up.
Lukas Stark, The Mystery Entertainer has trained his body and mind to perform incredible feats of mind reading and escapes. Like a modern day Sherlock Holmes he will get inside of your head and pluck thoughts from your mind. He defies the odds in a psychological Russian roulette with 4 staple guns, and turns an audience member into a psychic detective. Last but not least he reveals the child hood dreams of one lucky subject all while escaping from a strait jacket. Guests will be amazed asking “What the??!!” in between their breaths from laughter. Lukas encourages and challenges skepticism, and entices audiences to consider and re-consider what they understand and believe about psychology and science, possibility and impossibility.