INTERLUDES

INTERLUDES

Oftn its not the big tricks the crowd remembers, its the little moments, the bus and pieces and 'INTERLUDE' moments that keep the crowd on their toes.

This section starts a collection of these moments to use and inspire.

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INTERLUDES
  • THE BUSINESS

    The most challenging point of any close up performance, whether it’s a walk around or show environment, is pushing the business cards in an organic and non tacky way. For many years I used two different sequences for this very thing, the first one I call THE BUSINESS, and it really is, and even t...

  • INTERLUDE WITH A BALL AND SILK

    A fast VISUAL BALL THROUGH SILK moment that was a favorite of everyone’s hero, the great Billy McComb.

  • COIN CLICK

    An awesome bit of business guaranteed to get you attention!

  • SWALLOWING A CANE

    From the act of Lewis Davenport, and many other Victorian magicians, comes the lost effect SWALLOWING A CANE, but by adding the modern version of the prop, something you may already have, invented by Russ Walsh, and by defining the handling, Steve has brought it bang up to date. You may want to a...

  • THE AWESOME TEA CUP

    Steve's all time fave gag, something he's been doing for over 30 years quick, easy and guaranteed to get...a reaction...

  • INTERLUDES - HERRMANN'S APPLE

    A fast interlude from the master himself, Alexander Herrmann

  • INTERLUDES - CALVERT'S TOSS

    A quick bit from the great John Calvert. The kind of moments that keep your audience on their toes

  • INTERLUDES - ONE HAND KNOT

    A second of showing off between the bigger tricks.

    Interludes are little magical breathers that keep the crowd entertained.