From the Emmy winning, widely renowned children's science TV show, Beakman's World, the entertaining and enlivening scientist Beakman performs live on stage as Beakman on the Brain, a show about the human brain. The show is known for the simple and elegant ways to explain sophisticated scientific principles, using applied science that relates to children's lives. Plus the show is fast-moving, funny, and engaging.
With plenty of audience participation and his wacky sense of humor, Beakman employs large scale, fun, and very visual science demonstrations, illustrating how the brain works. Beakman demonstrates how we think, feel, smell, taste, and see; what makes us cry, laugh, smile, sleep, and sneeze; how our brains can get fooled; what effect music and art have on our brains; how our brains keep us from doing dangerous or silly things; and much, much more… Beakman engages his audience with giant projected still imagery and animations, big, cool special effects, and audience participation with brain bending challenges to the entire audience! For more information on Beakman on the Brain
Please join the CAM-PLEX Heritage Center staff for the presentation of Beakman on the Brain on Friday, November 16, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. Due to generous grant funding and local
sponsorships, tickets are only $6 for Adults, $4 for Youth/Senior/Military. For more
information, contact the CAM-PLEX Ticket Office at 307-682-8802 or visit our website at