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Prepare To Be Amazed By Guy Bavli, Master of the Mind
Published: Jan 3, 2017
With his trademark humor and charisma, Israeli-born entertainer Guy Bavli, Master of the Mind, leads a journey into the mysteries of the human mind in five mesmerizing performances in the Abdo New River Room at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts from Friday, January 13 through Sunday, January 15.
Bavli is a mentalist whose extraordinary abilities to move an object without touching it or know what someone is thinking have astonished audiences from Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to New York’s Carnegie Hall. He is a "Dunninger Award" winner for Distinguished Professionalism in the Performance of Mentalism,” and joined the Hall of Fame together with the Amazing Kreskin, Darren Brown and Uri Geller.
The audience is the star of the show as Bavli delivers a unique combination of mystery, humor, psychology and suspense showcased in an amazing multimedia production of sound, lights and video.
Bavli walked on to the famous stage at Caesars Palace Casino in Las Vegas in 1997 for the first time and was awarded a contract to perform 400 shows each year for three consecutive years, making him the first longest-performing mentalist to work in Vegas.
Television appearances include all episodes of the NBC series Phenomenon, co-starring Criss Angel and Uri Geller, during which Bavli created some of his famous acts such as bending a stop sign, acid roulette and more. In 2012, his telekinesis skills were featured on Stan Lee’s Super Human broadcast on the History Channel in a segment that examined his ability to move objects with his mind, during which he was shown to have Gama waves in his brain that are five times higher than the average person.