Hypnotist to slumber FHSU students by creative methods

HAYS, Kan. -- Hypnotist Tom DeLuca will put some Fort Hays State University students to sleep at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, at the Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center. DeLuca's show is sponsored by the University Activities Board.

DeLuca gets volunteers to break through mental barriers by allowing them to use their own creativity to fuel the entertainment. According to Campus Activities Today Magazine, "Tom DeLuca is not your average entertainer. He's known as the best in his business and campuses go crazy for him."

DeLuca began performing before local civic groups and later went on to hone his skills as a stage performer throughout the midwest before gaining national prominence. He earned a master's degree in psychology from the University of Illinois and has worked as a therapist.

DeLuca is a four-time winner of the National Association for Campus Activities National Campus Entertainer of the Year. He has also been named the Campus Activities Today Entertainer of the Year. He is a top draw entertainer for many college campuses. He has performed at FHSU twice before.
This event is free to all FHSU students and $5 for the public. For more information, contact the University Activities Board at (785) 628-5355.

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