Cards Against Hypnosis


Show Introduction

Tonight our entertainer has noted to have captivated many audiences performing his interactive comedy hypnosis show called "Cards Against Hypnosis" . What makes this performer's show truly unique is that he will not only entertain you, but also make you a part of the mind blowing experience that is hypnotism. Prepare to be compelled by a performance that will literally leave you in a trance.... Welcome to the stage - hypnotist David Hall.

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david hall comedy hypnotist


Download Poster

Please use the empty box at the bottom of the poster to put in your show details. 

Customized Promo Video

Contact David as he can customize the above 15 second video with your school’s events details.  This video can then be used to promote the event!


stage hypnosis show setup


1 – Two Monitor Speakers facing the performance area.
(Monitor speakers facing the stage are very important as this allows the volunteers on stage to hear the sound properly and become hypnotized.)

2 – Two high quality speakers facing the audience.

3 – Mixer board to plug in a microphone and Ipad.
David will be bringing a wireless handheld microphone that can be plugged into your system via a XLR Plug-in. 

David’s Ipad will be controlled by a wireless remote with a range of 100 feet. The closer the plug-in for the iPad can be – the better. The Ipad can be plugged in using a XLR channel via a passive direct box which David will bring. 

Sound is very important for the success of the show. Please have a sound professional who is familiar with your system arrive at least 90 minutes prior to the show for a sound check. 

If you cannot meet the above requirements, please contact David in advance as he may have the ability to bring his own speakers / sound equipment. 

Performance Area

This show can be performed on: Stage, Riser, or Flat Floor.  Please see description of each setup below and choose the one that works best for your event. 

Show on Stage: 

A stage with a minimum size of 15’x24’. (Keep in mind, this is a minimum size as a larger performance area is preferred.) 

Show on Risers: 

A riser with a minimum size of 15’x24’.  (Keep in mind, this is a minimum size as a larger performance area is preferred.) 

Back of risers must be flush against a wall or have a back railing for the safety of the volunteers. There should be no space between the back of the riser and the wall unless a sturdy back railing is provided. Pipe and Drape is not considered a back wall. 

Show on Flat Floor: 

If the above stage requirements cannot be provided, the show can be performed on a flat floor without a stage or risers. For example: a gymnasium floor, or ballroom dance floor. 


12-14 chairs, Stacking Type Banquet Armless Chairs are preferred. Chairs must be arranged in an arch towards the center of the stage. Please see the above diagram for a stage plot.