ExperiMENTAL is an interactive mind reading experience that will twist your reality in the most delightful way.  Steven knows what you’re thinking, and he’s happy to prove it to you.  Audience involvement is integral to the show, and your individual thoughts and decisions make each and every performance a unique event.

After seven consecutive sold out performances, ExperiMENTAL won the “Patrons’ Pick” at the 2021 Orlando Fringe, and The Orlando Weekly raved “You’ll be mesmerized.”

ExperiMENTAL includes incredible memories, unusual skills, and mind reading under the most strict test conditions.  In every show, members of the audience discover amazing abilities they never would have imagined they might possess.  Bring a secret, bring a friend, and bring an open mind to a most unusual entertainment experience.

General/All Ages
60 minutes
Magic, Solo Performance
River North Media
3410 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

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Steven Nicholas graduated from the school of theatre at The University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  He has appeared in numerous plays, films, and national commercials.  Last year he debuted his first one man show, ExperiMENTAL, at the Orlando Fringe Festival, where it was met with exceptional reviews.  When not on stage, Steven enjoys reading old books, eating sushi, and playing the marimba (but not all at the same time).

This show amazed me when I saw it in Cincinnati. Couldn't figure out how he could hold so many numbers in his brain. And some of the other experiMENTS seemed pretty much clairvoyant. I was very entertained.
I caught this show in Oklahoma City in 2021. Astonishing. I couldn't believe this guy's memory! And his ability to sense what people are thinking was so cool to watch.
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River North Media

3410 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: Please enter through the back doors from the alley off of 34th between Blake and Walnut streets.

Parking: There is some parking in the lot at 35th and Walnut, street parking, and the parking garage across the pedestrian walkway at Zeppelin Station 

Accessibility: The entrance from the alley is wheelchair accessible, 

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show