What will he teach?
Ruban- A fast and visual opening effect. Be careful! It’s quicker than the eyes.
Introduction talk & Audience Warm-up
Impossible Rubik- An impossible proposition with an unexpected result. What may look like a simple gag is, in reality, a subterfuge to introduce an item that will help you read the mind of a spectator.
The Stupid $5 Trick- A very different approach to the venerable Bank Night plot. This time not only does the spectator win some money, but the surprise ending gets a huge applause.
X-Perimental Magic- In this Lie Detector style demonstration, 3 participants draw random images. Two of the participants drawings are determined through psychometry. The action switches to a mind-reading experiment where you will be able to divine the last drawing which you have never seen.
Latex Mystery- Using standard latex balloons and an item already introduce in your show (remember the Rubik’s ?). You will be able to present a fun and visual divination of a secretly chosen colour.
Moment of Classical Magic- Your audience will love this twisted visual gag based upon a classic magic prop. Pure comic absurdity done with style.
PenduluMystery- What starts as just another playing cards effect, turn into a full audience participation extravaganza where you will be able to find the perfect match of a mystery card, not with sleight of hand, but with… a strange pendulum. Not only an entertaining and funny routine, but it is a mind baffler. It really does pack small and plays BIG.
The Last Word- A great closer gag disguised as a prediction. The perfect ending for any comedy related show.