The best Penguin Live comedy magic act ever? https://t.co/hVnog..
This lesson is a mixed-bag of tricks covering a wide spectrum of genres using a large variety of interesting items.
Harrison's Knife Through Coat:
A very convincing knife through coat in which an X-acto knife makes a real hole in a shirt, passes through it, yet leaves no damage behind.
Frank Kelly's "I Dood It":
A borrowed dollar is torn to pieces and an apparent mistake turns into an opportunity for an unexpected, comedy restoration.
Hindu Yarn Mystery: A version of the perennial favorite, broken and restored string, but using more visible yarn for stand-up and stage work.
Mora's Traveling Marbles:
An elegant piece incorporating timing, misdirection, and sleight-of-hand... now updated to use common items you might find around your house.
Buckley's Milk and Silk Transposition:
A devious modern method to instantly exchange one beverage for another while one is still sealed in the can.
Silk and Cigarette Magic:
A couple of quick silk penetrations, a full routine with a one-of-a-kind souvenir, and an instant exchange of a cigarette and a chosen card.
Bob Ellis' Thimble Production:
A surprisingly sudden thimble appearance that's also pretty easy to do.
Ed Reno's Ink to Water:
A bit of mental magic which reveals another way to transform one drink into another to match the randomly chosen soda.
Audley Walsh's "King of (Nite) Clubs:
A self-contained comical rising and transforming card character, updated to appeal to modern sensibilities.
When you invest the effort required, any one (or more) of these unique magic tricks has the potential to become a memorable part of your performances.
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