Unique routines for magic shows that include a young wizard theme.
Harry Potter has enchanted young and old readers worldwide, and his magic connects people from different cultures with a common bond. The magic of literature has brought us a wonderful tool to enhance our performance as magicians. Harry Potter, a fictitious, young wizard in England, created through the mind and pen of J.K. Rowling, is familiar to children around the world. This is a great way to harness some of the power of the Harry Potter phenomena when you are hired for a Harry Potter themed party, next book or movie release.
These notes will give you some ideas for tricks and routines that you can add to your show to create a Harry Potter event. Of course, a knowledge of the Harry Potter book series would be of benefit to you.
- Diagon Alley
- The Magic Wand
- Sorcerer's Surprise
- Owl Mail
- Wizarding Ojbects
- Levitation and Floating Objects
- Wild Levitation
- Dragon Egg and the Invisibility Cloak
- Mirror of Erised
- Transfiguration - Wizards Hat
- Flash Blendo
- Find the Wizard
- Book of Monsters
- Pictures in the Wizarding World Move!
1st edition 2011; 11 pages.
word count: 5771 which is equivalent to 23 standard pages of text