Tag Archives: Gemini

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Stan Kramien – The "nitty Gritty" (part 1)

Columnist: Stan Kramien So you want to have a Big Illusion Show? So you want to be recognized by your peers? You want more than anything else in the world to be in show business? So you want to eat, sleep and breathe the Magic Show biz? Read on, I’ll show you how it’s done. […]

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Scott Wells – The Approach

Columnist: Scott Wells By Scott Wells Have you ever approached someone to entertain him or her with magic only to be told that they were not interested in seeing your tricks? Is it your style, your manner of approaching them, your timing, your appearance, or perhaps the unwilling volunteer him/herself? It could be any of […]

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Paul Cummins – The Invisible Card

Columnist: Paul Cummins The Invisible Card As you’ll see in my cut-and-pasted description of this routine from my lecture notes, it’s one I’ve been doing for years and years and years. The mechanics of the routine are not original with me, but the entire presentation has been honed for all of those years. It’s a […]

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Mike Rogers – Controversy Revisited

Columnist: Mike Rogers By Mike Rogers Several months ago there was considerable controversy on Gemini regarding the handling of a close up venue. The clamor dealt with whether a close up magician should stroll about the room performing here and there, or whether he should remain stationary working from a home base. Jon Racherbaumer was […]

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Karrell Fox – Fox Column Nov95

Columnist: Karrell Fox Karrell Fox column Here are more great items from Karrell Fox. These have been excerpted from his “Korn-fidentially Yours” book, published by Magic Inc., and reprinted here with permission. FUNNY BUNNY WHERE’S THE BUNNY? Producing a bunny from a hat has been a trademark associated with magicians for years. However, very few […]

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Ian Adair – Voiceof Britain

Columnist: Ian Adair Voice of Britain Hi there! Another new year and hopefully a happy magical one to everyone who reads my reports. Thanks for the letters and encouragement over the years and it’s a pleasure bringing you news from little old Britain! During the winter months magic conventions flourish here, unlike over in your […]

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