Thursday, April 25, 2013


Psychic Stunts! Juggling Feats!

Mentalist Duo, The Evasons,
Michael DuBois, Comedy Juggler 

WHEN: Friday, May 3, 8 PM
Creative Alliance, The Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $20; $15 members
For tickets, visit
Helen Yuen,, 410-276-1651 ext. 218

Professional Mind Readers who have toured the world settle in Maryland, The Evasons make their Maryland performance debut at Creative Alliance in Baltimore.

Tessa Evason can tell you the name of your childhood pet or the first person you ever kissed. The Evason's show has been called an experience that defies explanation.  And maybe that's why the crowds go wild at every show. Once you see Tessa blindfolded, calling out the names of strangers and loved ones, or reciting the serial numbers from a bill in an audience member's pocket, it gets a lot easier to suspend your disbelief. Tessa and Jeff don't ask you to believe—there are no hidden microphones and nothing is rehearsed with the audience before the show. In fact, the Evasons offer $100,000 to anybody who can prove otherwise. The Evasons will be sharing the stage with their good friend Michael Dubois, a comedy juggler from Brooklyn. It's a full evening of entertainment suitable for ages 14 and up.

About The Evasons
For the last 30 years, Tessa and Jeff Evason have astounded audiences with their feats of ESP and psychic phenomena in over 35 countries. They perform together on stage as The Evasons—Mentalist Duo. "It's gotten to a point now that I can think of a date or a name or a place and Tessa knows exactly what's on my mind," says Jeff. "Fortunately, it only works when we both agree to make it happen. It's not as though Tessa can just walk into a room full of strangers at a party and know what people are thinking." They have performed on NBC, FOX, and the Discovery Channel, as well as in theaters, on cruise ships, and even at private parties for royalty. After traveling the world, they have decided to make Annapolis, Maryland their home, drawn by a love for sailing and a desire to set down roots.

The couple has been in Annapolis since 2001, after selling their home in Toronto and moving onto their 38-foot sailboat Inamorata on the Chesapeake. It was supposed to be a temporary home before moving to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

For more information about Michael Dubois (left) visit

About Creative Alliance
Creative Alliance is Baltimore's premier multi-arts center, presenting over 200 events a year in film, music, workshops, and visual art in its theater, art galleries, bar/restaurant, classrooms, and live/work spaces for artists.