How to conveniently interpret a routine

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CalvinSze
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How to conveniently interpret a routine

Postby CalvinSze » February 15th, 2020, 9:32 pm

Here’s a short note I wrote for understanding & memorizing a routine:

https://www.blablablog.net/post/computa ... -conjurers

MagicbyAlfred
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Re: How to conveniently interpret a routine

Postby MagicbyAlfred » February 16th, 2020, 7:10 am

I looked at this, and it was in the form of a flow chart syncing each secret move with what the magician is apparently doing in the eyes of the spectator. It seemed like it could be a useful tool. But i most enjoyed reading the various creative routines, and the author's approach to presentation, what goes into making comedy work, and the psychological aspects of magic. Very thought-stimulating ,and IMO, of practical value for a performing magician.


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