Reveen brings Cowichan next generation hypnosis

Now his son, Tyrone Reveen, has taken up the family business

Father and son Peter and Tyrone Reveen will hit the Cowichan stage in a brand new show.

Reveen!

For anyone over 40, that name is a blast from the past, a reminder of famous hypnotist Peter Reveen and his entertaining traveling shows.

Now, the legend is continuing with his son, Tyrone Reveen, who has taken up the family business and is thrilling crowds again with a fascinating show.

The Superconscious Experience of Reveen, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 29 starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre, promises to be a family-friendly journey that takes the audience to the inner and outer reaches of your imagination in a whole new way.

In this show, hypnosis is hip again as Tyrone Reveen makes members of the audience into the stars of a wild, funny show that has left millions of people crying with laughter all over the world.

Since 1955, The Reveen Show has attracted seven million people to venues around the world.

Ty Reveen knows his special effects, too. He worked in that field with important rock groups but was always excited by his father’s career and took up the mantle himself in 2011.

B.C. entertainment legend Red Robinson has seen the show and loved it.

“Peter Reveen was a one in a million performer. 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,” he said in a recent review.

So, if you remember the old show, or especially if you don’t, come out and enjoy the great fun of Reveen: The Next Generation.

Tickets are $42.50 each. Get them at cowichanpac.ca or by calling the Cowichan Ticket Centre at 250-748-7529.

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