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 Post subject: Re: are these reasonable?
PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2006 3:30 pm 
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paddy wrote:
Come on, you live in Hamilton so you have had the chance to see Jory or myself work. But have you?
No i havent seen you or Jory but I would love to see you perform for me. I can ask my parents to see if i can go to the restaurant you work sometime. What restauarant do you work at and when


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i was thinking of doing restaurant magic but then im kinda small for my age (13) and i have common sense, because adults just wont take kids seriously and i dont want my magic to look like a gimmick

i donno about the adults here but say u were an aldult who ddnt do magic and a kid was entertaining for you, would you be amazed or would you still think its kool but not really care i personally wouldnt care.


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I'm sorry to say but I would still think a 13 year old doing magic would be cute but I would not take him seriouslly.


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I agree with space_ghost. Practice for atleast 3 more years, and then think about getting a resturaunt job.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 12:09 am 
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start doing some kids parties for friends, or perform at family or office parties, people see that you aren't just a kid and want you to perform again.


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One other thing that I didn't mention earlier, that is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY is your personality. Not only do you have to be good with your tricks (i.e. sleights, patter, concealments,etc.), but you also need to know what to say in between tricks. You have to be funny and have a response for any situation. The way I look at it is, not only are you a magician, you are also a comedian. This is not true with all magic, BUT it is very true for restaurant magic. My suggestion for you would be to pick up some books on one liners, jokes, situational humor and all of that junk.(very important junk).

-connor- 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:32 pm 
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or Reaction AD Libs by Darwin


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magikrn wrote:
LOL, you have no clue what you are talking about, do you volcom? The more you touch the balls, the easier it is to conceal what you are doing. I have seen some routines where the balls barely hit the table, and have been the best I have seen.


I said don't touch a ball if it does not need to be touched.


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