The Northborough-Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC) will host hypnotist Dan Candell for a special show at Algonquin on Friday, November 4. If you’ve ever wanted to be hypnotized, now’s your chance! Here are the details, including how to reserve tickets.
Dan Candell, Master Hypnotist and mind reader claims “I can read your thoughts, then hypnotize you in seconds!” For one time only on Friday, November 4, 2011 at 7pm, Dan will be hypnotizing and reading minds of all takers at Algonquin High School’s Black Box Theater.
Dan Candell said, “I’m excited to bring our “G” rated show ‘Hypnosis Gone Wild’ to Algonquin High School’s Black Box Theater. During the show we will have fun and lots of laughs and I will work with anyone that would like to experience this special altered state of consciousness!”
Proceeds of the show will go to benefit the Northborough Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council. Tickets are $15 each and can be purchased through www.nspac.org or reserved by emailing email@example.com A limited number of tickets will be on sale at the door the day of the event.
Dan provides unique entertainment and is also a certified hypnotherapist; helping people overcome personal struggles in his private practice. He combines the fun of total audience participation with the incredible abilities of the mind. You will laugh and applaud your friends and family up on stage! You will also see them as you have never seen them before. For instance, the quietest introvert will often times become the brightest star.
Dan has had his abilities put to the test all over the United States. “Hypnotizing individuals during the show is a process that begins with the volunteers approval. Nobody can ever be hypnotized against their will.” A sampling of show clips can be viewed at
In conclusion Dan stated, “I hope to see everyone at the show, and oh yes, it IS for real. If you have any doubts, join us and volunteer!” For more information or to reserve by phone call 508-617-0022.
(Image: Hypnotist Dan Candell, contributed photo)