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Audience Entertainment Factor
by Brian T. Lees

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Audience Entertainment Factor by Brian T. Lees

Audiences rate magicians based on their entertainment experience. One can have the best of everything: magic, manipulation, etc. and still fail in front of an audience. This material is not new. It has been taught in the theater industry and at schools for a very long time. However, there are not that many materials written to bring these skills into the hands of a magician.

This ebook will identify key elements that the magician must follow, and be aware of as he/she performs. Suggested materials might seem unimportant or a waist of time. But those same elements could be the factors that pump the audience's entertainment experience. If your audience leaves your show in the posture of a college student leaving one lecture heading to the next class, you failed. Your goal is for the audience to leave energized and thinking about the "wow" factors of your magic.

The harsh truth is that some of the best magic can loose impact from the lack of audience performance skills. This ebook addresses those skills.

  • Fair Market Values
  • Are You Worth It?
  • Performance Mechanics
  • Performance Baseline
  • Evaluate Baseline
  • Incorporate Changes
  • Additional Support
  • Wrapping it Up

1st edition 2017, 36 pages.
word count: 11570 which is equivalent to 46 standard pages of text