Steven Brundage Live Lecture

Live lecture by Steven Brundage ($7.95)

You may be familiar with Steven's work in more ways than one. The video of himself using Rubik's Cube magic to get out of a speeding ticket went viral. Since, he has made countless TV appearances on Penn & Teller Fool Us, Good Morning America, and The Steve Harvey Show, just to name a few. Within the past couple of years, his popularity has escalated and he can now be found incessantly performing for the corporate world.

Join Steven Brundage At The Table and learn how to promote yourself and get more clients. He will also go in depth about some new Rubik's Cube effects as well as some you may be familiar with on his hit DVD Cube 3. Not only will you learn visual effects with a Cube, but Steven will teach his two favorite ace selections; one with a really nice twist and the other with a killer ending you'll have to see to believe.

 

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Tommy Gun

Running time: 1:53
After seeing Steven on Fool Us and AGT, I bought this simply because I like him. I don't plan on performing the cube tricks, but was interested in how they work and what else he does.

Tricks explained:
- a torn off corner of a selected card appears inside a rubik's cube (or anywhere). As seen on AGT. Great trick that can be adapted.
- how to "solve" a rubik's cube that is placed in a bag, thrown up behind your back, etc. As seen on AGT and Fool Us.
- false cube shuffle
- finding all four Aces (ends with a spectator naming a number between 10-20, and he cuts out exactly that many cards)

He talks about cube maintenance and tension adjustments. He shows the AGT trick where the spectator chooses a color, and that color ends up on the bottom of the cube, but he doesn't explain it.

The last 30 minutes are all about busking and booking shows--how much to charge (yes, he gives specific numbers), when to raise prices, and so on. If you're a new magician and are trying to make money, this section may be extremely valuable to you.

He also discusses how his video went viral, how to capitalize on that sort of fleeting fame, and talks about his time on Fool Us. As you can see, not a lot of tricks were shown. You should treat this as more of an interview when deciding whether to buy, unless one of those tricks really appeals to you.