Mentalist Joshua Kane
Come to the Dorothy Menker Theatre at Moraine Valley Community College to see mentalist Joshua Kane’s show “Borders of the Mind” April 7, and stay at the nearby and affordable Motel 6 Chicago Hotel in Tinley Park!
It has been suggested that if you dropped Orson Welles, Artemus Gordon and the Count of Monte Cristo into a blender, the inevitable result would be Joshua Kane. Raised in an illegal boarding house and obsessed from an early age with books, magic, spoken word, fire-eating and the theatre, Kane was destined for a career on the stage.
Joshua Kane’s original works include the award-winning “Tales of Terrror – An Evening of Hilarity and Horror,” his adaptation of the H.G. Wells’ immortal classic, “The Time Machine” and “A Force of Nature: or How I survived My Jewish American Family for the 92nd Street Y’s Oral Tradition Series. Kane has created and performed works for major museums, arts centers and festivals, including the Smithsonian Museum, the Jewish Museum, the Peabody Museum at Yale, the Ridgefield Museum of Contemporary Art, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich CT, and a community outreach program for the Crown Heights History Project at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, sponsored by the New York Times Foundation.
Moraine Valley Community College’ Dorothy Menker Theatre is located at 9000 West College Parkway in Palos Hills. For tickets to see mentalist Joshua Kane, go online to https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/EventSearch?presenter=MVCC&event=KANE18&tck=true and follow the prompts.
The Motel 6 Chicago Hotel in Tinley Park, just minutes away from the Tri-State Tollway and the Dorothy Menker Theatre’s Joshua Kane show “Borders of the Mind,” features very affordable room rates, including special AAA and AARP discounts. Enjoy the free breakfast and fitness room. Free parking. Call the property direct at 708-371-5600.