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September 19, 2013

ISU Performing Arts Series bringing mentalist for family-friendly Sept. 20 show

You asked for it — You got it! Mentalist Joshua Kane is coming to Terre Haute as part of Indiana State University’s Performing Arts Series, sponsored by Terre Haute Savings Bank, with his show “Borders of the Mind: The Psychic Show for the Whole Family.”

The show goes on stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday in ISU’s Tilson Auditorium.

Kane, a mentalist and actor from New York City, uses his psychic abilities and the audience’s mental acuity to provide an interactive experience. A lifelong comic book fan, Kane invites his audience to Discover its Inner Super Hero.

“I think we all dream of getting that letter from Hogwarts,” Kane says, “of being told like Neo in The Matrix, ‘You are the One.’ We all want to be like the X-Men and discover that what is odd about us is actually extraordinary.”

In “Borders of the Mind,” Kane helps audiences tap into and use their own psychic abilities.

“My partner is always the audience,” Kane says. “Today’s audience doesn’t want to just see a show, they want to be part of the show. … We’re living in an age of the Internet and video games where people are accustomed to helping to make things happen.

“The people who come to my show are special. They bring a greater expansiveness of imagination and possibility.

“They are my partners in creating an extraordinary piece of entertainment,” Kane says.

Tickets for “Borders of the Mind” are on sale now through the Hulman Center Ticket Office, by calling 1-800-745-3000 or online at TicketMaster.com.

Level One tickets are $17 for adults, $5 for youth and $13 for ISU faculty and staff.

Level Two tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for youth and $10 for ISU faculty and staff.

The performance is free for ISU students with a valid ID.

Limited discount rates are available for groups of 10 or more.

For more information, visit www.hulmancenter.org.

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