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Kevin Lepine : Comedy Hypnotist

    What can you expect when you hire corporate hypnotist, Kevin Lepine, to entertain your group? You can expect non-stop laughter as your friends and co-workers become the stars of a hilarious show. You will see your normally quiet colleagues dance like Elvis ...watch people think napkins are $100 bills...and use their shoes as cell phones! Anything is possible when Kevin Lepine takes to the stage.

  Kevin's corporate hypnosis act has been highlighted on A&E and the Travel Channel, and has become the talk of the corporate event world. Night after night, he turns ordinary folks into superstars on stage for conferences, conventions, and trade shows from Las Vegas to New York.

   Audience engagement is the key element to Kevin's hypnosis show. The direct involvement of the audience makes his presentation a fun and unique icebreaker at the start of corporate seminars and meetings. The performance can also be tied in easily with themes about leadership, teamwork, and "thinking outside the box".


  As a certified hypnotherapist and seasoned comedy entertainer, Kevin is always in complete control of the show. He guarantees his volunteers will have the time of their lives on stage. Kevin's volunteers are always treated with respect and the comedy routines are always kept within limits appropriate for a corporate event. Your coworkers will be proud to be a part of this show...and you will be proud to have it as a part of your corporate function.

Corporate HypnosisHypnosis Show

Click the video window below to see what Kevin's corporate hypnosis act is all about! Flash player is required. Be sure your computer volume is turned up! If you would prefer a DVD copy of the preview to be mailed to you by Priority Mail, please call our office.

Reviews

Our doctors told us they laughed so hard their face hurt!
:South Carolina Chiropractic Association

We have never had entertainment for our gala dinner that has gotten such an overwhelming response as Kevin Lepine's hypnosis show. The audience was literally on their feet applauding for the last five minutes of the show.
:OpenTask Communications

Clients

National Pharmacy Association
South Carolina Chiropractic Association
USA Hosts
North American International Auto Show
On-Star
MedTrade
Florida State University
The Buick Open
Marriott Hotels
Kevin's Fees

 

Tips For Hiring A Hypnotist Entertainer For Your Corporate Event

   A hypnosis show will be unlike any entertainment your group has experienced in the past. It is a very interactive show that relies on the participation of audience members for a successful performance. Here are a few things to keep in mind when considering hiring a hypnosis show for your group:

    1. The hypnotist will require a minimum of 35 people in the audience.

    2. During the "induction of the volunteers" (the first 7 minutes of the show), the room must be as silent as possible. There can be no food service, beverage service, or other activities going on during this time.

   3. In order for everyone in the audience to get a proper view of all the fun happening on stage, a raised platform stage will be required for most venues. The stage needs to be large enough to accommodate 10-12 folding or banquet style chairs.

  4. As with any comedy entertainment, the audience should be seated close to the stage. The closer the audience is to the action on stage, the more connection the performer can establish with his audience. If there is a large space or dance floor between the stage and the audience, it can (and usually does) negatively affect a performance.

   Should you have any other questions about bringing a hypnosis show to your event, please contact a comedy specialist in our Los Angeles or Chicago booking offices.


Our Other Funny Acts Include:
Jim Oakley: Comedy Juggler
Chris Linn: Comedian Magician
Rob Little: Stand Up Comic
Dante: Stand Up Comic
Rollin Jay Moore: Comedian

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