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Hypnotist Kevin Hurley to Entrance Penn State

With the catchphrase, “See the show you will never forget; be the show you will never remember,” hypnotist, comedian, and magician Kevin Hurley is sure to entertain when he comes to the HUB’s Heritage Hall at 7 p.m. next Wednesday, Oct. 29.

Hurley has been a hypnotist for 17 years, performing live more than 3,500 times, and is extremely sought after among universities and corporate events. He has brought his amazing, comedic hypnotism here multiple times in the past, allowing the student audience to partake in powerful trances.

The Student Programming Association is presenting the Kevin Hurley Show as a ticketless event, so all you need is a valid Penn State student ID to get into the show.

Check out the mesmerizing video below and attend the event if you want to be a part of the show (or laugh at everyone else who gets hypnotized)!

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Bridget Markham

Bridget is a junior majoring in journalism with minors in Spanish and art history. She still hasn’t figured out what she wants to do with her life yet, hence the art history. Like the typical north Jersey native that she is, Bridget enjoys Bruce Springsteen, the Yankees, and the Jersey shore… and she refuses to acknowledge that she has an accent from her home state. She can usually be found at either Saint’s or Webster’s, and if not there, the hiking trails. You can contact her at [email protected]

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