Kristen, I just saw this post, but everybody else gave you better answers that mine.
Remember to get her to regional and national competitions. She is a real winning magician.
Paddy, had to share the good news with you. I still have to respond, but I thought it ironic that we just brought up the show she was doing last summer in this thread --- we received a call on our tape this afternoon requesting her to come back and do the 4th of July event this year for a neighboring city. This put a huge smile on her face -- today was her last day of school, she got an awesome report card, and she got another call back for a public show. All in all, I'd say she has had a really good day!
She is now busily preparing for a birthday party on Saturday.
Ben, she "usually" only does one routine at a time, or at least that is what she has done in the past. However, she has several "big" shows coming up and each is going to be requiring a little tweaking here and there. This is a learning process for her and so she is doing her best to accomodate each client while minimalizing the impact on the basic routine. She does have a lot to pull from magic wise, but the hardest part since she is a perfectionist (wonder shere she gets that from?) and likes originality is just making sure that she stays true to the art and to herself. Making too many changes in a short period of time is still difficult for her, but I am sure that the more she studies and the longer she continues to do this it will become easier.
Thanks everyone for your responses!