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Stage Fright Weekly Recap

Posted on August 9, 2013 by Chris Ballinger There have been 2 comment(s)

Be sure to leave your questions for me or any magician you think might be at the Magic Live Convention in Las Vegas next week. For now, I answer your questions from the last week:

Congrats to Steven Haynes, winner of the Complete Tarbell Set. That's an awesome prize and we hope that you enjoy it!

Here's a little more information on the stuff we covered in this week's Recap:

No Tear 2

I truly believe that No Tear 2 is the best torn and restored newspaper effect out there right now. It is a truly stunning routine that has a fantastic kicker ending. Good stuff!

'Fraid Knot Complete

In answer to the question about affordable stage magic effects I mentioned my rope routine 'Fraid Knot. I actually used this trick for a crowd of over 2,500 people when a show needed someone to stall for a few minutes. I found some rope backstage and went for it.

Six Card Repeat

The Six Card Repeat is a fantastic stage trick. It packs small, plays big and can add a lot of time to your show. It has built-in comedy and always gets a laugh.

Needle Thru Balloon

Whether it's the deadly looking needle or the giant pop of the balloon, the Needle Thru Balloon trick will get your audiences attention.

Multiplying Balls

The Multiplying Balls is a classic that every stage magician should know. The Vernet brand that we carry is bright, easy to grip and work beautifully.

Thanks for checking out the Weekly Recap and don't forget to get your name into the running for one of those DVD 3-Packs!

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2 Responses to Stage Fright Weekly Recap

  • Dustin
    Dustin says:

    Question for Richard Sanders if he's There-
    I love Fiber optics. they are the only routines I use for rope magic. I have no other. Question though. Where can we get (or what can we use for) a "hyper ring".

    Posted on August 12, 2013 at 4:43 pm

  • Copperfield14
    Copperfield14 says:

    Is the ultimate legends magic set good for someone who has already learned tricks like redemption or ransom? For David Copperfield Are you planning on doing a tour anytime soon? At what age did you start magic? Did you buy the tricks or come up with ways to use what you had?

    P.S. If David copperfield isn't there you can ask the last two questions to David Blaine.

    Posted on August 13, 2013 at 8:59 am