Thirty-six pages of fascinating accounts from Whit Haydn’s street performing career during the 1960s and ’70s-including stories from the streets of New York, Washington, DC, London, and Paris.Whit explains how his philosophy of magic changed through his experiences and gives the first in-depth description of the history and psychology of his routine The Impromptu Card Routine/A Routine for the Blind. Also includes the ESP Survey, a routine for working the streets when it is too cold to perform (or the police won’t let you draw a crowd). Includes discussions on the various methods for developing confidence, calling and holding a crowd, and enlarging the take. He discusses what can be learned from working the streets that can be applied to all magic venues.
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