Learn what the really great magicians did in their shows, study the shows of the men who gained their full incomes from magic. See how acts and shows are built and put together. Openers, closing numbers and finale are important--see how the pros handled
A real classic of close-up magic! A business card is shown, with a drawing of a little Hindu boy climbing up a rope. This card is signed by a spectator on both the face and the back. Yet, the little Hindu boy manages to
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Now THIS is VISUAL SILK MAGIC! The performer displays a streamer with Red and Yellow stripes, which is shown freely all around. He waves it and it visibly transforms into two separate streamers – one Red and one Yellow.
The bumper sticker, begins the performer as he shows a selection of them - all of which are cut in half, "is a source of 5-Star wisdom often using four-letter words. They're a short form expression of attitude,
The magician shows a small wallet that has two cards clearly visible inside: a 7 of clubs, and a 7 of diamonds. He takes out the 7 of diamonds, and puts it face up on the table. He then takes the 7 of clubs and puts it face down onto the first card.