Mark Toland, Mind Reader

Mark Toland knows what you’re thinking and proves it in this fast-paced performance. Can he read your mind?

June
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    1. 7:00 pm
      Mark Toland, Mind Reader

      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

      Location: Procunier Hall

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      1. 4:00 pm
        Mark Toland, Mind Reader

        See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

        Location: Procunier Hall

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      1. 3:30 pm
        Mark Toland, Mind Reader

        See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

        Location: Procunier Hall

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      1. 8:30 pm
        Mark Toland, Mind Reader

        See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

        Location: Procunier Hall

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          1. 9:30 pm
            Mark Toland, Mind Reader

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

            Location: Procunier Hall

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          1. 5:00 pm
            Mark Toland, Mind Reader

            See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2017/06/mark-toland-mind-reader/ for details.

            Location: Procunier Hall

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          Presented by MT Productions

          Location: Procunier Hall

          Cast

          3 thoughts on “Mark Toland, Mind Reader”

          1. Shelley carr
            Reviewer
            says:

            This year’s Fringe has a plethora of tricksters to entertain us. One could almost be bored of so much choice.

            However, Mark Toland’s show was truly amazing. Literally, how did he know that? HOW DID HE KNOW EVERYTIME? Be prepared for some laughter, a little bit of foul language and a whole lot of amazement.
            Mark knows how to work an audience and he does it well.
            You will leave the theater wondering how he knew so much…and what else he knows that he did not reveal.

            ****

          2. Jeanne Jones says:

            Normally, I prefer theatre to these types of shows but now this is in the top two of the many Fringe shows that I have seen this year. The ‘mind reading’ is fascinating and I found I was more intrigued by the mind reading than normal magician tricks. Highly recommended!

          3. Jay Ménard
            Reviewer
            says:

            Mark Toland Celebrates Mystery

            It’s very hard to review Mark Toland’s show — not because there’s not enough content or because it’s hard to describe, but because that’s the way Toland wants it. His show is about mystery and the unknown, which can be undermined by prior knowledge. Far be it for me to deny his request, so the best I can do is encourage you to see the show and experience amazement first hand.

            What I can tell you that Toland’s fast-paced show consistently hits with its tricks and feats of mind-reading. There were repeated gasps and expressions of, “how did he do that?”

            Most importantly, Toland has a presence and a personality that is engaging and affable. He plays the small Procunier hall well, drawing us into his confidence, making us co-conspirators in the experience, yet still amazing us with his abilities.

            Toland’s a pro — he mentioned that he spends the majority of his time working corporate gigs and it shows. He has a polish both in style and presentation. He is able to sow the seeds of doubt throughout the performance, only to reap added shock and wonder from the results of his tricks. He skillfully guides the audience through a one-hour set and leaves us walking out the door, thrilled with what we’ve seen and wondering how it was done.

            The show is about mystery — something Toland references repeatedly throughout — and the end, without giving it away, is a perfect note upon which to conclude. We walk away not knowing — but that lack of knowledge only serves to fan the flames of imagination. It’s a celebration of mystery that deserves to be experienced first hand.

            ****

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