Keith Matheny, a native of Huntington, West Virginia, is a seasoned performer with a powerful résumé of Fortune 500 companies and over 19 years’ experience. Mr. Matheny has presented to organizations such as Proctor & Gamble, the U.S. Naval Academy, The Opryland Hotel, AT&T, IBM, General Motors, and Delta Airlines. He will captivate, amuse, inform, and inspire as he combines audience participation with fun demonstrations of the power and ability of the mind through his presentation, “Mind Over Magic.”
Check out this description of Matheny‘s talents from his website:
“Mind Over Magic” is a fascinating presentation that will take you to the edge of the impossible. Keith Matheny is a mentalist and a motivating entertainer who will capture your imagination as he reveals your thoughts, predicts answers to math problems before they are created and describes objects held by audience members while he is heavily blindfolded. The memory portions of Keith‘s show are simply unbelievable as he learns the names of over 100 people just minutes before the show and later identifies each person by name. In another demonstration, three city phone books are handed out for examination. An audience member chooses one, opens it to any page and selects a phone number. Incredibly, Keith calls out the phone number chosen. This is a high energy show that combines audience participation, good-natured humor and motivational words that are guaranteed to refresh and inspire. During one demonstration, Keith risks his performance fee on a prediction. If he fails, the check is returned and the show is free. And just in case you are skeptical, Keith uses no confederates or stooges to accomplish these demonstrations and offers $50,000 to anyone who can prove otherwise.
Please join us for convocation tomorrow at 1 PM in the Estelle Campbell Center for the Arts on the campus of Alice Lloyd College for what promises to be a truly exciting hour of entertainment.
ALC’s Opening Convocation is required of all faculty, staff, and students. All those who attend must be professionally dressed.
**The Caney Convocation Series at ALC is partially subsidized by the Edward G. Hefter Endowment Fund.**