The days of clucking like a chicken are over. Hypnotist Paul Ramsay’s “Mind Games” show breaks the mold of stage hypnotism. Using interactive polling software and remote controls, audience members steer the course of the show by voting on what they want to see happen on stage. Paul debuted “Mind Games” to colleges in the fall of 2010, and the response has been fantastic.
Paul Ramsay is a two-time graduate of the University of New Hampshire. After teaching high school English for several years, he returned to his alma mater and worked in Residential Life. Paul’s experience as an educator, combined with his talents as a hypnotist, make him a perfect entertainer for the college market. He connects well with college students and understands what student affairs professionals need for appropriate entertainment.
“Mind Games” approaches stage hypnotism from a whole new angle. It’s interactive, original entertainment that transforms average students into a cast of characters before your very eyes! You’ll talk about what you see long after the show is over.
Western Michigan University
“Working with him was an absolute pleasure and a very easy process. He was timely and incredibly flexible with both performance time as well as venue and equipment. He goes above and beyond to interact with our students and staff which contributes to his extraordinary rapport and our continued desire to bring him back to campus.”
Salem State University
“Honestly, Paul is one of the coolest people I’ve ever met and he killed it last night. I couldn’t believe how much fun the students had! Paul is incredibly funny and down to Earth, and his show is unique! Program Council usually keeps hypnotists on rotation for each year, but this is the first time I’ve ever heard them talking about bringing someone back for a consecutive year. EXCELLENT program!”
“I wanted to take a moment to say how much we LOVED Paul. There are probably not enough words to express how wonderful his show was. Students were engaged and excited the whole show. This morning (the day after ) the campus was a buzz of stories and laughter about the show. “