Thanks, Brinn. If anyone has hitman, do you think its ok for strangers on the street?
Yeah, just don't present it like Oz did with that crazed facial expression and bloodlust look in his eyes
You should have routines planned out when performing instead of a collection of single tricks. Have effects that flow into each other and match your personality. Be prepared. Don't get a vision of what street magic is like from watching David Blaine. He was able to do what he did because he had TV specials, but in real life, street magic doesn't happen this way. You can't expect to say to a stranger "Can I show you something?" and then do one trick, amaze them, and walk away.
I'm not going to tell you what tricks are good for street magic. There are so many topics on this its not even funny. And there is a whole section of the online store full of street magic effects.
But if you name what you plan on performing for spectators, I can help you put them into routines. Look up some topics on how to approach people for street walkaround.