Penguin Live Lecture :: Jack Tillar

Jack Kent Tillar is a professional composer who has won an Academy Award, a Tony and an Emmy. During his illustrious career, he supervised the music.. for many early TV shows like Perry Mason, The Twilight Zone, The Untouchables and Route 66. He was music director for years on the Jacque Cousteau series… and 27 years for National Geographic. He also worked with Bob Hope for 10 years and on many movies like the original Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Now that’s all impressive and only begins to hint at his incredible talents, but what interests us here at P3 is… when Jack Kent Tillar is not composing award-winning music for movies, TV, and the stage, he is creating mind-blowing mentalism. In fact, you may have read some of his phenomenal work published in Magick, Genii, Invocation, Talisman, or one of his many books and PDFs.

If you’ve studied any of his writings, you know that Jack is a living legend with a sterling reputation among knowledgeable mentalists. Also, if you don’t already know, he created one of the best impromptu tricks of all time… the Blister effect originally published in Tarbell Volume 7. Yep, we’ve all done it, and he invented it. When Jack comes here, he’ll share with you his JKT Utility Impression Device for obtaining information secretly.

He’ll show you his variation on an addition effect where the audience freely creates the total of the numbers BEFORE he ever sees them. He’ll teach you a version of The Dunninger 16-Digit effect that doesn’t use a trick slate. And, he’ll perform a fun routine where a woman correctly names the card that his wife hid in his pocket before he left home. Plus, he’ll reveal every detail of The Final Version of his Memory Pill Act and how he Memorizes a borrowed and shuffled deck… and more.

This is your chance to meet and learn from a fascinating man you’ve probably only read about. So don’t miss Jack Kent Tillar right here at P3.

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    7:00 pm doors open
    3-5 Hours
    2575 N High St