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 Post subject: Short show at school
PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2008 6:16 pm 
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I am putting together a show for school. It can be no longer than ten minutes. I am 14. So far I am using the hippity hoppity rabbits. I have D-lites and a chop cup but I have no routine for these yet. I believe I also will be using the double colour changing silks and a dye tube. Do you have any suggestions on what to add or how to put these together in a routine. The show is late February. I don't need a bunch of people saying stuff like "OHHH your not ready sit this one out!" And "Late February is too soon, shut up stupid kid!" If you are going to say that then please don't post. I've heard it all already.
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Search around bud, there are lots of these.

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You've probably heard this already, too, but we need to know more about your! Your skill level, what kind of magic you're looking for, what kind of show you're planning on performing, etc. Give me more details, and I may be willing to help.

And, not to rain on your parade even more, but a lot of the users on here are immature little 12-year-olds who think they're the best in the world, and won't be able to help you much. If you can find a more local magician, I would go to him, he'll be able to help you a lot more than us. Both with the show, and with your magic in general.


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adjones wrote:
You've probably heard this already, too, but we need to know more about your! Your skill level, what kind of magic you're looking for, what kind of show you're planning on performing, etc. Give me more details, and I may be willing to help.

And, not to rain on your parade even more, but a lot of the users on here are immature little 12-year-olds who think they're the best in the world, and won't be able to help you much. If you can find a more local magician, I would go to him, he'll be able to help you a lot more than us. Both with the show, and with your magic in general.


uhhh....I hope you're not talking about me! :o hehe.


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You've probably heard this already, too, but we need to know more about your! Your skill level, what kind of magic you're looking for, what kind of show you're planning on performing, etc. Give me more details, and I may be willing to help.

And, not to rain on your parade even more, but a lot of the users on here are immature little 12-year-olds who think they're the best in the world, and won't be able to help you much. If you can find a more local magician, I would go to him, he'll be able to help you a lot more than us. Both with the show, and with your magic in general.



I am certainly not claiming to be the best in the world, I have only been doing magic for a year and a half. This show is kind of to showcase our talents. I am looking for magic that is more visual than I've done before. I usually do cards but obviously that wont work so well on a stage. I think some sucker effect might be best because it is a large group of mostly parents. I'm pretty good at the hippity hoppity rabbits but I'm not sure what kind of things I could do with a chop cup and d'lites. I can perform the basic routine for the chop cup, like where the ball vanishes and reappears under the cup. I can also do the basics with d'lites, like passing from hand to hand and through the ear etc. I don't really know what would go best with d'lites. Do you have and good ideas on what to add to my performance with d'lites.?
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So anyways I'm gonna buy the sponge ball to square, the double changing hanky and a dye tube. Do you recommend anything else or do you have some advise on what I can do with what I have?


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i was just curious are you talking about buying that stuff from magic 4 less .com because i bought some things there and those sound like some of their sale items. anyways just curious.


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