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Remote Control: A Mindreading Experiment brings mentalism, hypnosis, and mind-bending fun to southwest Michigan LIVE via Zoom

The Mendel Center is partnering with Mills Entertainment, to present Remote Control: A Mindreading Experiment for three online performances on Oct. 1, 2, and 3, all at 8 pm.

Not just a show, Remote Control is a hands-on experience hosted by leading mentalist, Max Major, who just wrapped up his incredible run on America’s Got Talent. The intrigue kicks off before the show even begins when audience members receive a TOP secret package in the mail. It must remain sealed until the show begins. Once opened, its contents help unleash real-life Jedi mind tricks that fuel the evening.

Dubbed the “real-life Sherlock Holmes,” Max Major has appeared on the Today Show and America’s Got Talent, as well as dozens of viral videos that have stunned millions across the internet. An expert in body language, influence, and reading people, Max has been called before two Department of Defense Intelligence Agencies to demonstrate his innovative techniques, earning him the reputation as “the human lie detector” along the way.

Passes to access this live streaming event via Zoom are $30, plus applicable service fees, per device and are on sale now at www.TheMendelCenter.com, or by calling the Mendel Center Box Office at 269-927-8700, option 1. Temporary box office hours are Mondays and Tuesdays from 10 am to 2 pm.

Capacity is kept at a minimum. Whether enjoying the show solo or sharing the fun with the entire family, each pass allows viewing on one device.

Produced by Mills Entertainment.

The 2020-21 Mendel Center Season is sponsored by:

Stage Side: The Boulevard Inn & Bistro, Honor Credit Union, The Inn at Harbor Shores, Kruggel Lawton CPA, Meijer, The Southwestern Michigan Tourist Council, Spectrum Health Lakeland, TCF Bank, TPC Technologies.

Platinum: Berrien Community Foundation, Pier 33

Gold: Beaudoin Electrical Construction, Inc., Hanson Group, Horizon Bank, Metzger Insurance Agency, and Silver Beach Pizza.

About Mills Entertainment

Mills Entertainment, a leading live entertainment content studio, collaborates with top talent and property holders to create unforgettable live experiences. With full global distribution and partnerships worldwide, our specialty is taking shows from concept to stage, serving as the complete solution in realizing the vision. Current projects include family favorite The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Musical, hilarious comedy from Scary Mommy Live, and an intimate screening and conversation for fans with The Backlot Project, featuring television and film stars such as John Cleese and John Cusack. www.millsentertainment.com.

About The Mendel Center

The Mendel Center raised the curtain on its first Mainstage season performance in the fall of 1992. Since that time, it has presented Mainstage season performances to more than half a million patrons in the 1,559-seat Mendel Center Mainstage Theatre. Newly renovated Grand Upton Hall, first opened in 1979, is a 14,400-square-foot venue serving the community as the host site for meetings, banquets, trade shows, weddings, and other celebrations. The 234-seat Hanson Theatre is home to the Lake Michigan College Visual & Performing Arts Departments as well as a variety of Mendel Center and community events.