Ty Reveen

Reveen, The Next Generation

Ty Reveen, son of world-famous hypnotist, Peter Reveen, comes to Courtenay Oct. 28

After 14 years, the most popular entertainment show in the history of Canadian theatre is back!

Following a wildly popular tour of eastern Canada, Ty Reveen, son of world-famous hypnotist, Peter Reveen, is returning to the West Coast for a series of spellbinding performances. Following in the tradition of his father’s brilliance with a unique style of his own, he takes audiences to the inner and outer reaches of imagination, creating the most astounding show of its kind.

Since 1962, more than six million Canadians have experienced the unforgettable, hypnotic Reveens, with Ty now carrying the legacy into the future since his father’s passing in 2013.

“Peter Reveen was a one in a million performer,” said Comox Valley-born and raised radio personality Red Robinson. “He was the world’s greatest hypnosis act. His son Ty is carrying on the tradition. He learned much from his father and you will enjoy the presentation. I worked with and respected Peter and his uncanny talent. His son will not disappoint.”

Reveen comes to the Sid Williams Theatre Oct. 28.

For ticket info, visit www.sidwilliamstheatre.com or phone 250-338-2430 ext 1

 

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