In response to "How do i get a job" well this is how i do it... I go to a resteraunt i would like to work in and do a few tricks at the bar, and get people talking about me, the bartenders usually say that i should ask about working there (Restearaunts are always looking for ways to attract people to their venue. or i ask if they would be interested in me working for them, then they will usually ask the owner, who 90% of the time comes out to meet me and thats when i say i would like to work for him/her.
OK, I won't even THINK of correcting the spelling on this one, but in 10 years I have never even seen, let alone been in a "resteraunt
." I have been in and out of a number of restaurants,
OK I couldn't help that one. The thing I am going to comment on here is that this is not the right way to get a job. Everybody has "Uncle George" that does "magic" tricks. To do this makes you look like another "Uncle George." If you want to work restaurants you have to give them what they want. It is not an Uncle George, what they want is a PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINER.
Therefore that is how you have to approach them. You have to talk to the general manager, NOT the manager on duty, you want the BIG kahuna only. You have to have a professional looking brochure. I have a six page booklet with my picture and my statement of how I can HELP the restaurant meet their goals. When I turn the booklet over there is a copy of my performers liability insurance. After I introduce myself I show the cover and then flip it over and tell them that I am insured to protect them and in 10 years I have never had a claim on the insurance.
After proving that I can help the restaurant I give them my price and offer a one night audition. That's it. Always act, think and be professional. Remember they don't want you, they only care about how you will affect their bottom line.