If I may add the show I worked out started off with the hydrostatic glass done with music... Then the linking rings, chinese sticks, my dads sympithinc silk routine, the chain escape, cups and balls (loads oranges) and the bill in the orange and I closed with the needle thread done to music.
And if I might add as I remember comedy clubs in the USA were a hard nut to crack. Because they were looking for comedy acts not magic acts. And each of the better comedy clubs were booked by an agent that often booked other comedy clubs and shows at other locations.
And sometimes the comedy club owned an agency that booked their own performers and had their own list of people that they booked.
These people (in my opinion and so I have been told) get performers and want to be performers that send them promo kits all the time - and in my own experience - I found cracking into this group very hard.
It can be done but if I were to do this in the USA today I would try the open mic nights first even if it was to just get a feel of the place and the kind of audience it draws.
I have found restaurants a very good venue both to make some money and to break in new ideas. I have often had some of my best ideas while performing at restaurants.
I have also performed "formal close up shows" at retirement homes performing in the center of the room and having two helpers ala in the Don Alan style of theater with success.
For amusement I wrote about loading the cups with live birds here...
I hope this helps... And good luck...