One of the joys of magic is going through old and dusty ideas and actually finding usable material. This is one of those.
An old, old trick - routined, and scripted - that will fit into a parlor or stage act with almost no difficulty. A trick that - while not a world-beater - will still fool and entertain your audience. A trick that you can keep in your act for those days where you need just a couple of minutes more material.
This ebook gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup, move, rationale and nuance of the routine.
The ebook also takes you through the an overview of some of the steps of script writing and analysis that were used to create this script.
Best of all? FREE!
1st edition 2017, 29 pages.
word count: 5385 which is equivalent to 21 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Ferry Gerats (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Monday 04 December, 2017
With Scripted #15: cut and restored ribbon Larry Brodahl describes meticulously all the evolving steps he took to ensure a flawless and entertaining performance of the trick.
Within this process it becomes abundantly clear how competent scripting of the handling and presentation of the trick turns steps, which stem from a technical need and which could be perceived as illogical and therefore suspect to an audience into logical steps that do not arouse suspicion as they have been given a plausible reason.
So for anyone, who wants to acquire the skill of scripting there is a valuable lesson to be learned here, as with all other Larry’s publications.