MAGIC AND SHOWMANSHIP A HANDBOOK FOR CONJURERS PDF

Start your review of Magic and Showmanship: A Handbook for Conjurers Write a review Nov 05, Chris Bauer rated it really liked it This book actually came as a recommendation from a writing workshop I attended last month. I was a little puzzled at first but dove right in. It happens to provide an invaluable viewpoint on how to truly weave a good story. The setup, the hook, the pull, the build, the tension, characters, and climax. Took me a little This book actually came as a recommendation from a writing workshop I attended last month.

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Start your review of Magic and Showmanship: A Handbook for Conjurers Write a review Nov 05, Chris Bauer rated it really liked it This book actually came as a recommendation from a writing workshop I attended last month.

I was a little puzzled at first but dove right in. It happens to provide an invaluable viewpoint on how to truly weave a good story. The setup, the hook, the pull, the build, the tension, characters, and climax. Took me a little This book actually came as a recommendation from a writing workshop I attended last month. Took me a little while to "get it" but it worked! If you know 50 sleights but only 1 way to show, you know ONE trick. May 27, Karl rated it liked it I bought this book years ago after attending a lecture on magic.

Unfortunately, the book which was last updated in has not aged well. I did enjoy some of the technical elements of the sample magic tricks. You might know how these things work, but seeing how simple constructions of paper, thread, and paint can create basic illusions was a nice throwback to those magic shops you can still find in some city I bought this book years ago after attending a lecture on magic.

You might know how these things work, but seeing how simple constructions of paper, thread, and paint can create basic illusions was a nice throwback to those magic shops you can still find in some city tourist stops.

I think the real strength in this book is its discussion of presentation and audience, showmanship and theatre. The comparisons between traditional theatre and stage conjuration provide some nice insight to the writers of fiction.

There are other books that teach this lesson in more focused and less offensive light, however, so it might be best to see this as a historical document rather than a primer.

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