This is a book of working knowledge using over 30 years of professional experience in the field of close-up magic. Some of the 15 specific subjects covered inside are
With many years in each branch of magic - not only close-up, but illusions, mentalism, clubs, trade shows, promotion, and television - Leo gives you his insight on how best to become a professional in our art.
- How do you select the right tricks for your routines?
- What sales tools do you need to sell yourself?
- How do you find your own style?
- What can you do to increase audience reaction?
1st edition 1995; 77 pages.
word count: 31544 which is equivalent to 126 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Carlos Negron (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Thursday 15 November, 2007
I hate to give this review but I want to give the author some credit after reading this book. Why? Because I want this information to be all mine.
If you have been doing magic in your bedroom, mirror, family, and friends and want to take the show on the road. Here is a no-nonsence book on what you need to do. I think even if you have been performing and don't think your doing what you think you should be doing...well this book might have some tips for you.
An easy read that is packed with the facts.
This is the best book I've downloaded yet to date from Lybrary. What more can I say...
No tricks, just straight talk on what one must do in order to perform, get gigs, and keep gigs.