Alan Cumming, Kristin Chenoweth, Dove Cameron and other stars are ready to have their minds read — and completely blown — during mentalist Jason Suran’s upcoming virtual presentation of his show, Reconnected.
The virtual show will benefit Trinity’s Services and Food for the Homeless, a soup kitchen located in New York City’s East Village.
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“Although this show happens on Zoom — believe me it is an AMAZING piece of theatre — I don’t think I will ever gasp louder or more often than I do during Jason’s show!” said Cumming, who won a Tony Award for Best Actor in 1998 for his performance in Cabaret.
Reconnected promises “60 minutes of jaw-dropping psychological illusions” and features “sophisticated acts of mind-reading and deception designed to astonish even those who think they’ve seen it all.”
“Initially the plan was to put on a live fundraiser here in New York. Unfortunately, Omicron had other ideas,” Suran said.
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Added Suran: “But that’s the wonderful thing about virtual theatre — not only can we still put up a show to support this wonderful charity, but now we can bring in more people from all over the world who might never have even had a chance to attend or donate.”
General admission is $50 per ticket, while premium tickets, which include a personalized video from Cumming, are priced at $200 a pop. VIP tickets — which allow guests to interact with the show directly — cost $1000.