Slightly off our regular schedule - due to prior commitments, we don't have a show on Friday the 13th (probably for the best.) It will be a week of fabulous mind reading. Thursday at the Franklin House in Mississauga, we have Peel Region's foremost barefoot mindreader, Paul Pacific (somehow, that's a category).
Sunday at the Crimson Lounge in Toronto, we have the mind-blowing and hunky Bobby Motta. Bobby performs weekly at Dave & Busters in Vaughan. But this is your chance to see him without making the trip up the 400.
One of the joys of hosting a show is introducing the performers that appear on it. Of course it's only joyful when you have great talent to introduce. This past week, I had a blast. Here are some excerpts from the introductions I gave:
He has no setting between high and off. 
Mysterious doesn't even begin to describe him.
He is the devil; pure evil wrapped in Mr. Rogers' Sweater.
His performance of the mysterious vanishing camel earned him the attention of several major governments.
See if you can guess which one belongs to each performer.
The magic never stops! It's a huge amount of fun, although I suspect I'm going to need a vacation soon. But coming up we have an amazing week, and not very many tickets left. Thursday night's performance at The Franklin House in Streetsville is already sold out! We have Nicholas Wallace (who was once described by me as appearing sweet and innocent to disguise the fact that he is the devil; pure evil wrapped in Mr. Rogers' sweater) and Jason Palter (winner of the Canadian Event Industry's "Entertainer of the Year" award).
Friday night at The Bear in Pickering, we have Mystery Entertainer Lukas Stark. We still have a few spaces left.
Sunday night in Toronto at the Crimson Lounge, we have the legendary Matt DiSero. Matt has been a popular contributor to Seventeen Secrets Volumes 1 and 2 and a controversial contributor to Ninety Nine Fabrications. He has performed around the world and has a kick-ass collection of shoes. This performance is nearly sold out as well.