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Can't Control Your Audience - Weekly Recap

Posted on January 31, 2014 by Chris Ballinger There have been 2 comment(s)

This week's topic was "Improvisation" but a lot of the questions were about how to control your audiences. That's a fun topic because there is a fine line between having authority over your audience and being an overbearing performer. The best way to handle a tough crowd: improvisation. Binging it back full circle! Boom!

In this week's recap We also talked about a silly youtube video that I did a few years back on magic for Valentine's day. Here it is, if you want to watch it.

If you are looking for the magic covered in "Derrick's Romance Tips", I'll list them out for your. Click on the name of the trick to learn more about it: Twilight Angels, 3-D Sponge Rabbits, Ring Thing, Anniversary Waltz, and Kevin James' Floating Rose.

We also talked about Senses by Christopher Wiehl; which is a fantastic set of magic that you can do with a ketchup cup. A lot of solid, usable routines are covered in the included 2-hour DVD. Check it out:

Also mentioned in this week's Recap: Torn 2 Pieces and Ransom. Both effects are great tricks that fit right into your wallet and can be performed anywhere, anytime!

And don't forget to enter into the drawing for the collector's set of Zodiac cards and get a discount on your order here at Magic Geek. That offer ends on Friday, February 7th.

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2 Responses to Can't Control Your Audience - Weekly Recap

  • Andrew
    Andrew says:

    Hey Chris, What is a good story/ presentation for the trick PENentration for kids? It's an easy trick, but I can't seem to get a positive response no matter what I try!

    Posted on January 31, 2014 at 3:32 pm

  • ChrisBallingerfan14
    ChrisBallingerfan14 says:

    Hey Chris! Another question that isn't about the topic is the ultimate legends of magic set a good buy for a intermediate teen magician? Thank you. :) :D

    Posted on January 31, 2014 at 6:49 pm