‘Experience the Extraordinary—Virtually!’ With Craig Karges
WHEELING — Wheeling’s own internationally-renowned mentalist Craig Karges will present a special virtual show this Wednesday, Feb. 24, with proceeds benefitting the museums of Oglebay Institute.
Karges combines the art of magic with the science of psychology and the power of intuition to open minds to unlimited possibilities.
He has spent decades amazing, entertaining and motivating audiences in-person across 27 countries on four continents and in all 50 states. Now, you can “Experience the Extraordinary–Virtually!”
Minds will be read, and Karges will predict word for word what random, virtual audience members will say, do or think. The impossible seems possible as mind blowing engagements happen right through your computer screen!
The event will take place live in real time, will be highly interactive, and everyone will have a front-row seat.
Karge said the live experience is all about bringing people together, building community, lifting morale and making connections.
The “extraordinist” is an award-winning entertainer, a nationally recognized speaker and an author. Karges has made more than 5,000 appearances in his travels over the years.
During his shows, tables float, minds are read, metal bends and your imagination is challenged because you won’t believe your eyes. Dennis Miller, comedian and media personality, put it this way after seeing Karges perform, “This weirds me out!”
Audiences may be mystified when it comes to understanding how Karges accomplishes what he does on stage, but his popularity is no mystery at all.
He has made more than 40 national television appearances. He has been seen on “The Tonight Show” as well as CNN, Fox News Channel, CNBC, E! Entertainment Television, Lifetime Television and many more national television networks.
This virtual show takes place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, and will take place virtually online via Zoom.
Cost is $15 to receive access to the virtual show. If more than one person will be enjoying the show, they ask that you consider making an additional donation when registering.
Register online at oionline.com or call 304-242-7272.