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Sure you may already do some of these effects but do you have a great "Comedy Routine"? That is what this DVD is all about, making your audiences fall out of their seats laughing while bending their little minds with unforgettable magic. You'll learn:
REGIFTED: A hilarious cut and restored man's necktie effect. This is perfect for formal banquet settings and is truly one of the funniest routines you will ever do. An audience member's necktie is accidentally and visibly cut in half leaving the magician in an impossible predicament. It's hard to find a funnier moment in a banquet show and there is nothing but astonishment when the tie is restored. This is the trick they'll talk about after the show.
THE NO SWITCH COIN IN THE BOTTLE: A platform coin in bottle effect that literally uses no switch. Read that again. A coin is borrowed, the date is noted, it is slammed into the bottle. That simple. Even though the coin is too big to fit through the opening, it slides out without any of the jerky moves and is handed back to the spectator. The magician starts clean and ends clean.
THE INVISIBLE SWITCH SILK TO EGG: Yes, it's the same silk to egg trick but with a switch that is way too easy and will fool everybody. You're going to want to do this at every show.
BURNT BILL IN WALLET: Performance only with personal tips and patter. A classic.
ARM CHOPPER: The gags, the jokes, the disgusting story. It will leave your audience in stitches.
ONE DAY IN MIAMI: This is Matt's closer. In the course of a very funny story, three items vanish and reappear instantly. This is a brainstorming segment where the viewer is encouraged to create a similar but unique effect of his own. It's hard to follow this routine with anything.
THE CARD DUCK: Matt discusses his platform comedy card duck effect as well as how and why he performs it this way. The effect ends with a powerful kick with a marked card. Some basic card skills are required.
THE CHINESE STICKS: Performance and ridiculous patter only.
LET'S NOT FORGET COMEDY ROUTINES FOR KIDS
THE MUTILATED PARASOL: A hilarious routine where everything goes wrong. A major improvement: an easy switch using classic misdirection leaves the top of the umbrella in the kids hand! If you do shows with large groups of kids, you're going to love this routine.
THE CHAIR SUSPENSION: The same trick you already do where the kid is suspended on the edge of a chair except with some very funny patter and site gags you should have thought of. You'll go into the audience to watch the kid hold herself on the board and then get a guaranteed round of applause at the end. Very funny.
THE SLIDING DISK: Matt's performance and patter only. A trick that always leave kids screaming with delight.
Matt Fore is a veteran full time Comedy Magician who travels the country specializing in Corporate Banquet as well as Church and Family Entertainment. He has performed and lectured at various magic conventions and has appeared on several nation TV shows including "The Crook and Chase Show on TNN, and The Dennis Swanberg Show. He has also opened for Crystal Gayle and has appeared numerous times at The Magic Castle.
A FEW QUOTES:
"Matt's No Switch Silk to Egg is worth the price of the DVD!"
- Ron Conley, Conley's House of Magic, Myrtle Beach SC
"Matt Fore is one of the funniest magicians in the business. I've never seen so much great information on one DVD. I highly recommend it."
- Glenn Strange, Full time Comedy Magician
"Got the DVD. Man it is great! I really like it. You are giving the real stuff away."
- Ken Scott, Comedy Magician, Two time winner of the Atlanta Magician of the Year
"It is always a pleasure to have Matt Fore perform here at the Magic Castle. He never fails to delight audiences with his act which is packed with solid magic and comedy."
- Milt Larsen, The Magic Castle
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