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Mentalist Mark Stone coming to dinner at Beth Am

 

On Sunday, July 14, at 5:30 p.m. Congregation Beth Am in Longwood will be hosting mentalist Mark Stone for an evening with dinner and a show that will amaze you.

Stone is one of the nations most sought after entertainers. Having acquired an interest in E.S.P., he began developing his skills while at the University of Maryland. An open-mic night at a lounge in Baltimore launched his career as an entertainer that led to performances at New York’s Upstairs at the Downstairs and Dangerfield’s. A call from the Dick Cavett Show, ABC’s late night talk show, resulted in multiple on-air performances and Mark was on his way. Stone has performed for Fortune 500 companies, cruise lines, professional trade associations, colleges and civic and religious organizations.

Stone’s “Mentalmania” is the funniest mindreading and E.S.P. show in America today. He never fails to astound audience members with his ability to read minds, make predictions, and “see” with his fingertips while blindfolded. He leaves audiences shaking their heads in disbelief when he demonstrates super memory, clairvoyance and telekinesis. Not only does Mark amaze everyone with his uncanny abilities, he keeps the audience laughing throughout the show. It is a fun and thought-provoking experience.

Tom Mayer, vice president of Ways and Means at Congregation Beth Am, is excited to bring Mark Stone back to Orlando. Mayer remarked, “A night of good food, good company and good entertainment will be in store for everyone who attends. A delicious kosher dinner with a fish or vegetarian entree and the show costs only $45 per person. Power Level and Psychic Level sponsorships are also available. This will definitely be a night to remember!”

To make your reservation to be entertained by Mark Stone please contact the synagogue office at (407) 862-3505 or email to shalom@congbetham.org by July 7. For more information on the events at Congregation Beth Am refer to the synagogue’s web site at http://www.CongBethAm.org.

 

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