A reworking of the 6 Card Repeat like none other. Using no gimmicked cards, the trick has a funny and visual plot, and for once a true climax.
Are you looking for a methodology and script for the 6 Card Repeat that steps outside the usual plot of "I saw a guy count 1,2,3,4,5,6 cards, throw away 1,2,3 and he still had 6 cards"?
Because let's face it, the story is silly, doesn't have any spectator 'hook' nor does it have a recognizable climax beyond the weak ending of "And I still don't know how he did it."
Well, the author of How To Write A Script shows you how he used his methodology to adapt a script that has laughter, interests the audience, and shows just how magical this trick can be. It also uses no gaffed cards and can be done in parlor as well as stage settings. The fact that the staging of the trick makes it visible in any performing arena is extra icing on the cake.
But most importantly, there is a magical climax! A climax that:
- makes logical sense, but is never forseen
- draws gasps
- creates applause
This ebook gives you every line, joke, piece of timing, setup and nuance of the routine, as well as sources for the props (All under $20). This routine has been performed for audiences of all types and ages.
1st edition 2016, 19 pages.
word count: 2917 which is equivalent to 11 standard pages of text