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PostPosted: Fri Aug 07, 2009 9:04 pm 
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I am a street magician trying to expand into stage magic aswell. Can anybody give me some advice on where to start? (as of now i have some classics such as the zombie ball and some andrew mayne effects, none of which i've preformed yet, am i in over my head?)


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I don't think you are in over your head at all!!

Being on the stage shouldn't be hard for you at all if you are used to being on the street. If anything it's easier because you have more control of the crowd. As long as you choose the right effects you'll be fine.

There are some things you'll need to learn about. Lights, sound, blocking, etc. but the magic part of it really isn't that different.

Good Luck
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tedricpancoast wrote:
I don't think you are in over your head at all!!

Being on the stage shouldn't be hard for you at all if you are used to being on the street. If anything it's easier because you have more control of the crowd. As long as you choose the right effects you'll be fine.

There are some things you'll need to learn about. Lights, sound, blocking, etc. but the magic part of it really isn't that different.

Good Luck
Ted


Thanks, lately my problem is using effects the audience can see :)


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