Employing techniques from early and modern spirit mediumship, séanceologist and community theatre actor Brahm Corstanje has created an interactive paranormal theatrical experience. Guests will engage in a ghostly tale made disturbingly real through theatrical paranormal phenomena.
Brahm has had fascination with ghost hunting and the prestidigitational arts for over 35 years. His interest in live theatre began when he applied his conjuring skills to create special effects for his high school's production of Dracula.
He has since become very involved in local community theatre, including holding board member positions for both the Lebanon Theatre Company and Acting Up. He has appeared in several community theatre productions, including Crimes of the Heart, 12 Angry Jurors, A Christmas Chaos, You Can't Take it With You, Taking Steps, Little Mary Sunshine, See How They Run, The Octette Bridge Club, and A Thousand Clowns. He has also directed youth cast productions of Footloose the Musical, Grease, and Charlotte's Web.
Brahm provided award winning magic consulting for several local community theatre productions, including: Lebanon Theatre Company's Pippin (Excellence in Special Effects Orchid Award); Acting Up's Once on this Island (Excellence in Special Effects Orchid Award), Acting Up's Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr., Acting Up's 2010 production of The Wizard of Oz (Excellence in Special Effects Orchid Award), and 2005 production of the Wizard of Oz.
He is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (Order of Merlin) and the Society of American Magicians.
In 2017, after 28-year career as a patent and transactions attorney for The Procter & Gamble Company, Brahm retired to focus his time on community theatre, acting in independent films, and voice-over work. More info on his film and voice-over work can be found at BombLasagna.com.