Imagine a self working trick that uses 4 objects and only three questions that allows you to determine which object or objects the spectator(s) are thinking of. Now add fun, misdirection, and a performance video.
One of the more difficult tasks facing magicians is coming up with scripts - of any sort. Especially a routine where you have 1 or more audience members mentally select any of 4 objects and then answer 3 questions with either lies or the truth. And you identify the truthtellers -vs- the liars, and you discern which object they were thinking of.
How do you explain to an audience, in a reasonable manner, WHY you want to test them for lying -vs- truth telling or why you're using the 4 objects that you use? Well, the author of How To Write A Script shows you how he used his methodology to write a script that:
- is funny
- is fun to watch and perform
- hides the methodology
- gives you a way around memorization
This ebook and the performance video gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup and nuance of the routine.
The ebook also takes you through the an overview of the steps of script writing that were used to create the scripts.
This routine has been performed for audiences of all types and ages 10 and up. The core concept comes from a forum thread on the Magic Cafe.
1st edition 2016, 22 pages plus video.