Penn & Teller Fooler and co-founder of Lost Art Magic, Eric Jones brings us his brand new, world-wide lecture. Eric's new lecture isn't filled with knuckle busting techniques but rather practical and potent magic that can be mastered in minutes. Real secrets to this all new At The Table live lecture are discovered as Eric reveals his thoughts on magic performance, theory and structure. Come join us and start the year off with an experience that will fill your brain with magic from the top professionals. But first, check out this list of effects taught by Eric during his lecture:
Smoke: Your hands are shown empty and from thin air produce a sharpie. Then you tell the spectator to use their imagination as you pretend to draw paper and tobacco in thin air. Once you do, you roll the imaginary cigarette, light it and produce smoke from thin air.
Eric Collectors Routine: Four Kings are shown as three cards are signed, selected and lost into the deck. The signed cards then appear between the Kings.
Performing With Rhythm: Eric shares what it takes to perform smoothly and in rhythm, which is important for all performers.
Hellbound Spellbound: Our favorite trick of the lecture. A hyper visual, multiple phase coin routine that should go straight into any coin magician's repertoire.
Self-Working Coin Trick: A copper coin and a silver coin are shown and held, one in each hand, and visually change places multiple times. So good it looks like a camera trick.
Eric's Creative Process: Eric shares what it takes to create your own effects. If you're a tinkerer of magic, this is your sandbox.
Impromptu Coin and Hat: Borrow a spectator's hat and a coin. The coin in placed in the hand but appears inside the hat that has been on the spectator's head the whole time.
Ishkabibble Sandwhich: One of David Blaine's favorite effects that Eric performs. A card visually appears between two kings. This is one you'll have to see to believe. Ungimmicked and devastating.
- At the Table Live Lecture Eric Jones - DVD - When You Wish Magic
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