Archivos de Etiquetas: Dai Vernon

APRIL 2015 EXTRA:
WE MAGICIANS SHOULD BE TRULY ASHAMED OF…

When talking about Magic or Illusionism the first name that comes to mind to lay people is this guy…   Yeah, posterity is not fair, but maybe we should not pass up the chance to comment a few things about the guy like, although he was a great escapist and the best showman, he was […]

APRIL 2015:
SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT CLARITY AND CONFUSION IN MAGIC

Clarity is without a doubt a goal that our magic should aim. Ultimately, clarity means putting things easy to the spectators so they can fully focus and rejoice in the magic and not get lost along the way, just the opposite to confusion. To me is not always clear what we mean when we talk […]

FEBRUARY 2015 II:
IN WONDERFUL COMPANY

“Anytime magic is performed, whether it is on stage or in an informal setting with friends, it is the performance of a piece of theater. In an informal setting the audience might not readily recognize it as such; nonetheless, the ingredients that makes theater are there. Should what do you fail to contain the elements […]