COMEDY HYPNOTIST FUNDRAISER SHOW ... COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISING HYPNOTIST SHOW

  

Comedy Hypnotist - Stephen Christopher

"Mr Hypno" THE Certified FUN Hypnotist Presents ...

THE ULTIMATE  COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISER EVENT

FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION TO RAISE A PILE OF CA$H AND HAVE A BLAST!

YOUR FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES 

BECOME THE STARS OF THE SHOW

             

Stephens Shows are featured regularly at the BEST resorts in the Northeast

and the #1  HIGHEST RATED - FIVE STARS Hypnotist on "Gigmasters" online booking site.

 

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY ... YALE UNIVERSITY ... UNIVERSITY OF PENN ... VASSAR COLLEGE ... PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ...  STATE UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE NY  ... WALDWICK NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... MIDLAND PARK NJ HIGH SCHOOL ...  SIX FLAGS / GREAT ADVENTURE ... MOUNT OLIVE NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... WATCHUNG NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... CENTRAL YORK PA HIGH SCHOOL ... PASCACK HILLS NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... WALNUT HILL COLLEGE ... ABRAHAM CLARK HIGH SCHOOL ... HASBROUCK HEIGHTS NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH SCHOOL NJ ... BRYN MAWR COLLEGE ... ROYAL VALE SCHOOL ONTARIO CANADA ... CFS TEEN ACADEMY ... NESTLE CORPORATION ... THE JEWISH CENTER PRINCETON NJ ... MIDDLETOWN NY HIGH SCHOOL ... MONROE NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... THE PENNINGTON SCHOOL PENNINGTON NJ ... CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY ALBANY NY ... WAYNESBORO PA HIGH SCHOOL ... EAST COAST YACHT CRUISES ... EAST ISLIP NY HIGH SCHOOL ... COLONIA NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... FOREST LODGE NJ ... NATIONAL GUARD HACKETTSTOWN NJ ... CHEYNEY COLLEGE ... ACADEMY OF THE NEW CHURCH SCHOOL Bryn Athyn, PA ... CAMP MESORAH Guilford, NY ...  RUTGERS UNIVERSITY ... YALE UNIVERSITY ... UNIVERSITY OF PENN ... VASSAR COLLEGE ... PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ...  STATE UNIVERSITY SYRACUSE NY  ... WALDWICK NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... MIDLAND PARK NJ HIGH SCHOOL ...  SIX FLAGS / GREAT ADVENTURE ... MOUNT OLIVE NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... WATCHUNG NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... CENTRAL YORK PA HIGH SCHOOL ... PASCACK HILLS NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... WALNUT HILL COLLEGE ... ABRAHAM CLARK HIGH SCHOOL ... HASBROUCK HEIGHTS NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... NORTH HUNTERDON HIGH SCHOOL NJ ... BRYN MAWR COLLEGE ... ROYAL VALE SCHOOL ONTARIO CANADA ... CFS TEEN ACADEMY ... NESTLE CORPORATION ... THE JEWISH CENTER PRINCETON NJ ... MIDDLETOWN NY HIGH SCHOOL ... MONROE NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... THE PENNINGTON SCHOOL PENNINGTON NJ ... CHTISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY ALBANY NY ... WAYNESBORO PA HIGH SCHOOL ... EAST COAST YACHT CRUISES ... EAST ISLIP NY HIGH SCHOOL ... COLONIA NJ HIGH SCHOOL ... FOREST LODGE NJ ... NATIONAL GUARD HACKETTSTOWN NJ ... CHEYNEY COLLEGE ... ACADEMY OF THE NEW CHURCH SCHOOL Bryn Athyn, PA ... CAMP MESORAH Guilford, NY ...

Beefsteak Dinner Comedy Night Fundraiser?  How to hire a Hypnotist for fundraiser?

Comedy Night Fundraiser Specialist, Stephen Christopher will help you plan and execute a SUPER SUCCESSFUL EVENT!

You can host a fundraiser dinner event or you can promote a fundraiser Stage Show and PACK a High School auditorium.

There are several ways to run a super successful fundraiser Comedy Night Hypnosis Show!

We supply TICKETS AND POSTERS and MARKETING TIPS & IDEAS

                  

VIDEO DEMO 

( Night Club/Adult Stage Show )

mr hypno night club stage show from Stephen Christopher on Vimeo.

  

HOW ABOUT A COMIC AND HYPNOTIST TOGETHER?

*I get to meet and work with some of BEST COMICS in the biz...

...based on your budget and comics availability

we can add 1 or 2 comics for an exciting evening that

PACKS A ONE-TWO PUNCH OF POWERFUL & HILARIOUS FUN!

So you want to hire a comedian for a fundraiser event? ... looking for a comic for a fundraiser event? ... comedy show fundraiser?

WE CAN CREATE A FULL EVENING OF HILARIOUS COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISER FUN!

or call 800-644-7497

 

    

    

High School Events - Corporate Events - Jewish Events

Comedy Night Hypnotist Show

 

 

  

  

 

  


 

 

 

 

 

 

New York, New Jersey, Long Island, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland

Project Graduation or Grad Ball. Whatever you call your after Graduation Celebration event you want a smooth running, safe and sober event.

You want fun activities for your Grads and you want them to have an awesome and memorable evening.

Your kids have only ONE High School graduation. You get ONE chance to do it right.

And you want the best, most fun and memorable event possible.

New Jersey Hypnotist Stephen Christopher brings the right balance of a "cool" show that is clean, safe and most of all FUN.

Stephen Christopher New Jersey High School Hypnotist was born in NYC...grew up in Lodi, New Jersey and now lives 5 minutes over the border in the Poconos, Pa.

With an apartment/office in New Jersey he regularly travels everywhere and  anywhere in the NY/NJ Tri-State surrounding area.

A full time performer booked regularly at the best family resorts and festivals year after year.

Stephen Christopher brings his Awesome New Jersey Comedy Hypnosis Show to New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Long Island, Delaware and Maryland.

The most FUN New York Comedy hypnotist and the Most Fun New Jersey Comedy Hypnotist.

Hypnotist for Prom in New Jersey? NJ Post Prom Hypnotist? New York Prom Entertainment?

Take your Prom to another dimension with my Post Prom Comedy Hypnosis Show in NJ.

Safe Grad Hypnotist Stephen Christopher is available Nationwide.

The Clean Comedy Hypnotist is available for your Safe Grad event.

Senior Breakfast entertainment in New Jersey? New York Senior Breakfast Hypnotist.

New Jersey hypnotist Stephen Christopher is an NGH Certified Hypnotist and member in good standing with The International Hypnosis Association

and The Stage Hypnosis Center. 

 

 

 

Stage hypnosis of some sort has been goingon since the 18th century, and techniques that resemble what we think of as 
hypnosis have been going on throughout recorded history. In the stage shows of 
the 18th and 19th centuries, the "subject" was "mesmerized" while in a waking 
state and was said to be completely at the will of the operator, or hypnotist. 
Brochures for such shows assured audiences that the process would take place 
"without the aid of trick, collusion, or deception, in the slightest possible 
degree." While the name may have changed over the years to reflect the popular 
culture, the practice remained largely the same. The term "hypnotism" was not 
coined until 1841, and indeed these early displays of "mesmerism" were viewed to 
be the work of ordinary suggestion rather than succumbing to a trance. That 
didn't stop some early stage hypnotists to claim they were using supernatural 
powers to influence their subjects. In the 20th century, even though the term 
"hypnotism" was used widely, those performing stage hypnotism explained their 
performances as the works of supernatural powers. As late as 1996, Ormond 
McGill, the preeminent American hypnotist wrote, "Some have called this powerful 
transmission of thought from one person to another 'thought projection.' The 
mental energy used appears to be of two types: magnetic energy [...] generated 
within the body and telepathic energy generated within the mind." Right or 
wrong, however, the terms hypnosis and mesmerism are used pretty much 
interchangeably to describe what we think of as stage hypnotism. Most people 
have moved beyond the concept of a man with intense eyes swinging a pocket watch 
on a chain to put someone into a zombie-like trance, but there's still some 
misconception surrounding hypnotism. People who have been asked after a session 
of stage hypnosis if they recall the experience have sometimes emphatically 
claimed that they do not recall it at all. Others, like the great 20th century 
physicist Richard Feynman describes the situation as knowing that the hypnotist 
is wrong, but finding it easier to go along with the instructions. Indeed, 
hypnotized volunteers are completely free to refuse any suggestions. In fact, 
they are not in a semi-conscious state at all, but in a state of hyper 
awareness. There is fairly widespread unfounded belief that hypnosis can cause harm by 
affecting the hypnotism subject's judgment, but there is no evidence to suggest 
that it's true. There are some psychologists and mental health professionals who 
are afraid that hypnosis could bring out emotions in the subject that they don't 
know how to handle. Again, there isn't evidence to back up this theory. The 
effects of stage hypnosis are chalked up to a combination of peer pressure, a 
desire to comply, suggestibility, and plain old trickery and stagecraft. Some 
theorize that having the excuse to step firmly outside their comfort zone are 
enough to convince subjects to go along with the suggestions. And, while it may 
be unseemly to mention it, there are a certain number of charlatans in the 
history of stage hypnosis who have used paid subjects "planted" in the audience. 
Ormond McGill's own New Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnosis discusses a fake hypnosis 
act where the hypnotist prompts the subject with off-mic whispers. Successful 
stage hypnosis employs the strategies of participant compliance, participant 
selection, and audience deception for a successful stage hypnosis session. 
Participants feel social pressure to comply from internalizing the feelings of 
the expectant audience. The participants selected are quite often those who 
appear to be the most extroverted audience members. And the stage hypnotist 
uses a certain degree of "sleight of hand" to lead the audience where he wants 
them. Perhaps the most successful stage hypnotist ever was Peter Casson of the 
UK. Nobody had seen anything like his shows, which played to sold out audiences 
in the mid-twentieth century. During his shows he would lead a group of 
hypnotized spectators through a number of activities like crying at imaginary 
films. Skeptics were invited onstage where they, too would become willing 
participants in the act. However, Casson grew alarmed by what he thought of as 
rogue hypnotists who would induce people to commit degrading or dangerous acts, 
and formed the Federation of Ethical Stage Hypnotists. He devoted himself to 
debunking what he believed to be fake hypnotic practices like past life 
regression. In fact, in the UK, the 1952 Hypnotism Act was implemented to 
protect the public against unscrupulous hypnotists. The act was reviewed in 
1994, and a conclusion of a study at that time was presented to parliament. It 
said, "there was no evidence of serious risk to participants in stage hypnosis, 
and that any risk which does exist is much less significant than that involved 
in many other activities.