Tag Archives: Scott Wells

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Scott Wells – Trix Are For Kids

Columnist: Scott Wells Are tricks just for kids? Why do people immediately associate magic with children? Is it because of our demeanor, our approach, our looks, our audience’s perception, our society, a combination of these, or is it something else? Perhaps it’s because that magic appeals to the child in each of us and transports […]

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Scott Wells – It's A Matter Of Attitude

Columnist: Scott Wells By Scott Wells I have recently been engaged in in-depth discussions concerning the terms “Professionals” and “Amateurs.” The root of the discussions was founded on the traditionally defined understanding that a Professional earns his living performing whereas an Amateur does not. My article on the Hierarchy of Magical Skill apparently stirred emotions […]

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Scott Wells – The Skill Sheet

Columnist: Scott Wells The Skill Sheet By Scott Wells As a follow up to last monthís article on the Hierarchy of Magic, I have prepared the following questions to help determine where, in my estimation, that you rank. This will only be helpful if you are brutally honest with yourself. Donít worry about sharing this […]

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