Supernatural Entertainment starring Lior Suchard returns to the Palms Casino Resort after a successful five-week run in 2010. His 2011 residency inside The Lounge begins April 28, 2011. All lounge performances are open to the public; 21 years of age and older.
In his aptly named live show, Supernatural Entertainment, Lior Suchard presents more than an hour of entertainment and takes the show much beyond telepathy and mind reading; it’s a comedic adventure in which guests’ senses are elated and thoughts are not only their thoughts, but his as well. In addition to reading thoughts as if he’s reading a newspaper, Lior entertains and adds drama, excitement, astonishment and tension. All of that dipped with a lot of humor, comedy and fun.
“You think- therefore I am,” says Suchard, supernatural entertainer and mentalist. His career? Reading your mind, delving into your innermost thoughts and knowing what you are going to say even before you know. His outstanding talents include very rare extra-sensory capabilities: mind reading, thought influencing, predicting and telekinesis.
Since chosen by the celebrated mystifier Uri Geller as his official successor when Suchard was elected unanimously winner of the highly rated international TV show “The Successor,” he has performed with enormous success in 42 countries all over the world, has participated in television specials, appeared at conventions for international corporations, important exhibitions, company events and more.
Many of today’s biggest celebrities have experienced Suchard’s show and previous Las Vegas engagements found Suchard opening for the likes of artists including Joan Rivers. Last summer, Suchard appeared live on The Tonight Show and floored Jay Leno and his guest Zac Efron with his supernatural capabilities. Legendary Larry King said, “It’s the most amazing thing I saw in my life.”â€¨Actor Leonardo DiCaprio exclaimed “Holy $%$##%.”
Artist: Supernatural Entertainment starring Lior Suchard
Date: Every Thursday and Friday night beginning April 28, 2011 through June 17, 2011
Time: 7 p.m.