A great performance stands or falls on the quality of the magic, the script and the impact of the delivery.
Audience reaction and the experience of magic is the only reason why we do this.
Creating magic is really problem solving. Asking questions, trusting the answers that come and then test driving for confirmation.
Great magic will be found in old books not on You Tube or the latest Download.
Our audience can teach us a lot about ourselves. We must learn to truly listen to what they have to say about us and our magic.
Over coming the trauma of bullying with a little magic.
When I first read this routine, it made no sense to me. It’s the first routine in the last chapter of The Royal Road to Card Magic. Jean Hugard described it well. I followed the instructions and still, the experience of it was lost on me. It would be many years before I saw the …
This topic represents my current thought process. I became fascinated with this once Darwin Ortiz released his book Designing Miracles. This is the Play Book on routine Construction, Design and Deception. Here is my attempt to document my thoughts and understandings of my studies so far. I will use my routines as an example to …
This next Blog Post is very dear to my heart. Again, let’s thank my friend Raj Jethwa for suggesting this fascinating conversation. I became intrigued with this subject during my first trip to New York in 1982. The seed was planted after seeing Slydini on television – Christmas Day 1978. I was 14 then and …