GEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College’s Foust Artist Series opens its 31st season Thursday, September 26, at 8 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel with juggler and comedian Mark Nizer. Nizer calls his show “Mark Nizer 4D” and bills it as the only ‘live 3D show in the world’ and a ‘new dimension in entertainment.’

Mark’s original idea, he says, is to take live performance and add a 4th dimension to it. Conventional 3D takes two dimensional video and adds a third dimension. By using special 3D glasses (not like normal 3D movie glasses), Mark Nizer 4D takes two dimensional movies and three dimensional live performance and adds a dimension to both.

The 4D pieces include Dueling Pianos, Robots, Laser Diabolo, Tubes, and a Finale with 3D credits that Nazer promises will have the audience members “laughing themselves silly.”

3D glasses will be given to the first 500 audience members to arrive.

Tickets will be available at the door. Prices for adults, $10; senior citizens, $8; non-Georgetown College students, $5. Georgetown College student, faculty, and staff admission is covered with the G-Card.

The Foust Artist Series endowment was established in 1983 by the late Mary Louise Foust, class of 1938, as a memorial to her parents. The endowment enables the college to annually bring to campus a variety of cultural activities.

The spring program for the Foust Artist Series has not yet been announced.