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April 04, 2016

Mentalist magician Max Major to perform at Franklin Institute

One of his tricks is to eat a light bulb

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Max Major at the Franklin Institute The Franklin Institute/Flickr

Max Major escapes from a rope at the Franklin Institute.

Max Major will perform the show "THINK AGAIN" on two dates in April at the Franklin Institute. The first is April 23. Major is a mentalist magician based in the District of Columbia. 

He uses a combination of magic, psychology, hypnosis and suggestion for his tricks and performances. Audience members will watch as he performs stunts like eating a light bulb, escape being tied in rope, levitating and reading the minds of audience members.

Major will explain the science behind mind reading and predictions based on body language.

The 90-minute show is recommended for ages 13 and up. Ticket prices start at $25 per person.


April 23, 30
7:30 p.m. | $25-$60 per person
The Franklin Institute
271 N. 21st St.