Hypnotist to perform at Kent State

Erin Zaranec

Kent-born comedian Joshua Seth will hypnotize Kent State at 8 p.m. in the Rathskeller on Thursday, Oct. 10.

Seth, nominated for the 2012 “Best Male Entertainer” and “Best Live Novelty Artist” awards by Campus Activities Magazine, will perform one of his 80 annual college comedy hypnosis shows, according to his website. Seth’s interactive shows combine comedy, hypnosis and mysteries of the human mind.

He has toured internationally, performing a mind-reading show called “Beyond Belief: An Intimate Evening of Psychological Illusion,” as well as a hypnosis show called “HypnoMental: Where Comedy and Hypnosis Collide,” according to his website.

Seth is also known for his famous voice-overs, which he has done for “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” and the cartoon “Digimon,” according to his website. In his career, Seth has performed more than 2,000 shows in 30 different countries and starred in his own television specials in Korea and Japan.