Second-generation hypnotist Ty Reveen is booked to bring his popular show to a theatre in Fort Langley, not far from the Surrey home he once shared with his family.
Known as an “impossiblist,” Reveen is on a B.C. tour that includes a Wednesday, March 22 date at Fort Langley’s Chief Sepass Theatre for what’s hyped as “the world’s funniest, most amazing stage show.”
These days Reveen lives in Saint John, New Brunswick, a continent away from where his family first settled after moving to Canada from Australia.
“We lived in Chilliwack for a bit,” Reveen recalled, “and then moved to an apartment in Surrey while Dad (Peter) was making a name for himself, and eventually we jumped over to the British Properties (in West Vancouver).”
“That’s when Dad was getting big and selling out the Orpheum Theatre for a record number of times, a six-week run that played to 60,000 people,” Reveen continued. “It’s …