Not fun to go to the Dentist?
Magic Entertainment for The American Dental Partners
Not true… I just had a great time performing for the American Dental Partners at the Westin Copley in Boston, Ma. I don’t understand their membership, but there were people from all around the U.S. at the convention. Not all were dentists, but there were plenty there. I’ve had my eye on an upgrade to some dental implants, so I asked a dentist how many teeth we have in our upper mouth. I was told 16, so I bargained with 16 dentists to trade an implant for an excellent trick. (Well, a great trick… seems fair.)
Card Magician in Boston Massachusetts
Although I don’t advertise as a Card Magician, I lean that way. I always do a couple of coin tricks and am always prepared with other material, but it isn’t necessary. My good friend Paul Gordon, from England, performs nothing but Card Magic, and does well. Congrats Paul.
Advertising as a card magician
The negative side for me advertising as a card magician would mean fewer bookings. Once I begin, card magic makes up most of my repertoire. However, When I get rolling there has never been a complaint, and the reviews are consistently 5 stars.
Most people don’t realize the variety of effects that one can produce with an ordinary deck of cards. If you asked a lay person to name a card trick, they would say that the magician has a card selected, and then he finds it.
A Vast Variety of Card Magic
There is truth to that… but that is only the beginning. Maybe you take a card and I read your mind, or you just think of a card and I can tell you what one you are thinking of. How about seven people select cards, which are shuffled into the deck and the magician finds all seven cards, the last one in a sealed envelope in the zippered compartment of his wallet. Are you seeing the picture? Much like music with its limited scale of notes, the melodies are endless, and so it goes with the cards.