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By November 8, 2012 No Comments

In November, William entertained the students at USAO. They invited him to entertain the students to kick of their Homecoming week. Before the show, he went to the cafeteria and performed a teaser for everyone eating. He got great reactions which made all the students want to come see the show!

At the start of the show, he played a which hand game. A lady thought of something special and wrote it down on a small piece of paper. She then hid it in one of her hands. William was able to tell her which hand held her thought three times in a row. He was also able to read her mind and tell her that she was thinking of a hat that had been passed down to her by a member of her family.

William also played twenty questions and a dangerous Russian Roulette game (don’t worry, he was safe). He asked the audience to think of interesting things that no one in the room could know. He revealed that a student once rode an elephant during a Christmas party, that a lady had just started her own nail business, and told a lady about her luck in the upcoming lottery.

It was an exciting show! Galen Culver from KFOR also filmed it and featured William on “Isn’t this a Great State or What?” Be sure to watch the above video!

“William Rader came to our campus to start off our Homecoming week of events. Energetic, enthusiastic, and well-prepared, he entertained a large audience on our campus and heard nothing but good things from our students about his performance. Rader is great and easy to work with and I recommend him to anyone who is looking for an entertainer.”

-Roland Nuñez – Student Affairs, USAO