Jon Stetson mesmerized the Larcom Theatre crowd on Thanksgiving weekend. People left in amazement wondering when we were bringing him back. Wait no longer! Jon is bringing his psychic mind-blowing comedy show to 9 Wallis (next door to The Larcom) Dinner-Theatre style!
Ever wonder who's the REAL MENTALIST? The character of "The Mentalist" (portrayed by Simon Baker in the hit CBS TV series) was inspired by Jon Stetson, who was a consultant on the show.
A 5-time White House performer, Jon has entertained five U.S. Presidents, The King of Sweden, The Royal Family of Monaco, and has appeared on several major Television Networks (CBS, NBC, PBS, A&E and more).
Injecting uproarious comedy into each performance, Jon creates a hilarious show blending the art of Mystery with the study of Psychology, the predictability of human nature and the power of intuition. The result is slack jawed amazement, where the most skeptical audience members feel a renewed sense of wonder as impossibilities become realities with Jon's unique sleight-of-mind entertainment and mind-to-mind contact.
About 25 miles north of Boston, 9 Wallis is a gorgeous, fully restored, historic location conveniently situated in the heart of Downtown Beverly's Arts District at 9 Wallis Street, right next to the Larcom Theatre -- less than half a mile from the Beverly Depot rail station and 3 miles from Route 128, with plenty of free parking (see map).
After presenting concerts at Beverly's Larcom Theatre since early 2013, we have recently expanded to 9 Wallis and are transforming it into Beverly's most elegant, intimate listening room with comfortable show seating at tables, food & beverage service and a full bar. This beautifully restored, tremendously flexible space, featuring all the modern amenities you could ever want, is also available for private parties and corporate events -- with or without entertianment. Click here for more information.
Plenty of new shows will be announced soon. Click here to join our mailing list to get special deals and prime seats before tickets go on sale to the general public.
There is plenty of free parking at the municipal parking lot on Bow Street, about 150 feet away and at the City Hall parking lot about half a block away. You do not have to feed the meters after 5pm or on Sundays.