MATT COOPER is a Mentalist who could easily start a cult. He’s been invited to perform around the world for artists, scientists, celebrities, and the Fortune 500. Most recently, he’s made national TV appearances on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan and the History Channel (watch below). He’s is a rising star in the world of arts and entertainment. See him LIVE, before he’s abducted by aliens for research.
BORN IN LAS VEGAS, Matt Cooper grew up old-school. His mom was a showgirl in the Folies Bergere, and his dad was a stage hand. Except what happened in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas. Today, he lives in NYC, immersed in typewriters, film cameras, vinyl records, and anything which encourages us to slow down and re-connect with what is real, here, and now… Part skeptic part mystic, he’s an agent of truth and fiction, of science and superstition — Matt Cooper is a living paradox.
AMERICAN PSYCHIC is an interactive show that explores the outer limits of the human mind. Aided by a unique set of skills, Cooper does more than just read you like a book. He stares right through you — into your past, present, and future. Just imagine shaking hands with someone who can read your mind... So buckle up, because this is going to be fun ride.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a show of evidence, but of entertainment… A theatrical experience for curious explorers of the unknown. Designed to entertain strange ideas that might only occur to you on a psychedelic mushroom trip… You’ll witness amazing powers of observation, telepathy, and precognition. Whether you’re a skeptic or believer, this show will get inside your head.
16 Gramercy Park South
New York, New York, 10003
You’re ushered upstairs into a dining hall of NYC's oldest and most theatrical private club known as ‘THE PLAYERS’. It’s a social club founded in 1888 when Edwin Booth — the greatest American actor of his time — bought a mansion facing Gramercy Park. He commissioned architect Stanford White to transform it into a club for members of the dramatic arts and the kindred professions of literature, painting, sculpture, music, and their patrons.
PLEASE NOTE / DETAILS
Dress code is strictly enforced in the Clubhouse. Men must wear a jacket. Upscale cocktail attire is recommended, just like Robert De Niro.
Shorts, t-shirts, torn/tattered jeans, workout or warm-up attire, fitness/athletic shoes and casual caps are all prohibited.
You’ll receive one free drink ticket for beer, wine, champagne, or non-alcoholic option (courtesy of Atlas Obscura). There’s also a cash bar.
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