For a first paid show, that's not bad. You've got to start somewhere!
It'll feel chaotic the first few times you attempt an entire new show; it always does. Later when you have a bunch of stuff you know how to do, then you'll put in something new and you'll wonder how well it's going to work until you actually do it.
To make your life easier, use your word processor to create:
- a list of the effects you do in the order you want to do them
- a packing list (everything you need to do the tricks, so you don't forget anything when you're packing the show at home, and after it's over)
- a setup list (how to set up your show when you get there)
You also will learn that, for small shows with less than 50 people, you don't need a ton of props...one case can hold everything you need. When you start doing shows for 100 people or more, then you'll need to find material that plays bigger.