It’s all an illusion. As we roll into the theatre this week, one thing becomes perfectly clear: there is no such thing as a “one-man show.”
Kellar wrote, “the end of all magic is to feed with mystery the human mind, which dearly loves mystery.” For us, that means that the magic must ignite the imagination.
David Ben returns as a guest blogger, describring how music is the secret ingredient for Tricks.
Save the date! There is a weekend of magic Saturday & Sunday, April 23 & 24, 2016 with three big surprise guests.
Why do we need tricks? Resident trickster, David Ben, sheds some interesting insights into secrets and tricks in his latest post on (what else?), Tricks.
For the love of it. That’s why I perform magic. Some people think musically, some visually. I think magically. I always have.
A picture is worth a thousand words...and then some.
Here is a little teaser of what David Ben proposes to share for his Principles of Deception lecture at #ADOL on Nov 8.
Shortly after the Los Angeles Conference on Magic History David Ben will be presenting Principles of Deception, for A Day of Lectures 2015 on Nov 8 starting at 10 am, presented by Brent Geris of The Magic Apple.