The Austin Séance: Customized Experiences
Albert Lucio and Jake Cordero of The Austin Séance provide customized experiences for fundraisers, corporate events and private venues. Satisfied clients include museum curators, theater managers and professional event planners.
Need to entertain out-of-town clients for an after-dinner event? Interested in a two-hour presentation at your theater? An afternoon hands-on workshop? Call us and we’ll help plan an event perfect for your needs.
Among services offered by The Austin Séance:
- Hands-On Pendulum Workshops
- Customized Ghost Hunts
- Educational Lectures
- Séance experiences for groups of up to 40
Thinking of a service not listed here? Not sure what’s best for your event? Call us and we can offer suggestions. We also provide references and referrals.
The Austin Séance creates customized séance booklets, event programs and merchandise — including talking boards and t-shirts — that can include logos or other personalized information.
Promote your Venue with the Austin Séance
Jake and Albert can help promote your venue or event. The Austin Séance writes and distributes professional press releases, blog posts and social media content in coordination with clients.
Make Money with the Austin Séance
The Austin Séance will forego all or part of its standard hourly rate for some ticketed public events, with event proceeds divided between the venue and The Austin Séance. Contact us for details.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512 658-0017 for details.
What they’re saying
“The immersive experience of Austin Seance gives you a hauntingly good chance to peak behind the curtain where history and belief intersect.”
— Karlena Barbosa, Austin’s Susanna Dickinson Museum
“It’s interactive theater for occult enthusiasts — an interactive experience for lovers of the occult and supernatural!”
— Crimson Minx, owner of Austin’s Minx+Muse Studio
“Part history lesson, part exploration .. not a scripted show but a communal experience.”
— KUT Austin, NPR Affiliate.
— Austin Monthly
“When was the last time you went to a real live séance?”
— Texas Monthly‘s Drop Everything List