Discovering the hidden secrets of close up magic
With Aaron Fisher
It is said that the most difficult aspect of close-up magic is not sleight of hand. In fact, it could be said that learning the tricks is the easiest part of becoming a solid close-up magician. The most difficult aspect of close-up magic is knowing how to practice, how to choose the right effects in the first place and how to handle your audience and your environment.
Of course, the next question we ask is, “Where do I learn these elusive and important lessons?” Well, it is also said that when the student is ready, the teacher appears.
Are you ready?
On Thursday, May the 25th at 6:30 Pacific time, Aaron Fisher will join us live on TheMagicBroadcast.com for a frank and in-depth conversation about these pertinent subjects and more. Your opportunity to be an active part comes before, during and after this exciting event.
Before the broadcast, think about your pursuit of magic and what you might ask an expert like Aaron Fisher. Write that question down and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, chances are we’ll ask Aaron your question in the first part of the program.
During the show, join the live chat room and interact directly with Aaron and his hosts, Alex Slemmer and Steve Johnson, in addition to the other listeners in the chat. We hope you’ll think of lots of questions and comments to share and we’ll try to get to them all live but, if we don’t…
After the broadcast, if you have questions and comments that weren’t addressed live, write them down and email them to email@example.com for next time. That’s right, we’re going to be doing this more than once.
So take a moment to mark your calendar and to contemplate what answers you might be seeking from an expert in design and performance. Then, on the night of the 23rd of May, join us for Card Man: Discovering the hidden secrets of close-up magic with Aaron Fisher.
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