Performance of Close-Up Magic, The by Eugene Burger(c. 1987)
Eugene Burger’s 134-Page, “series of evocative essays” that he hopes will, “challenge you, cause you to stop and reflect upon your own magic, inspire you to practice and rehearse, and, in the process, improve your own close-up magic performances.
About the Writings
Foreword by Channing Pollock
What Is Close-Up Magic?
The Main Road
The Bert Allerton Aspirin Tin Routine
Making Cigarettes Disappear
The Pivot Vanish
Up the Nose
Using A Cigarette Pull
A Question of Character
Three-Card Monte As A Magical Entertainment
Rosini’s Double Reverse
Conversation at the Airport
The Animated Matchbox
Performing for Magicians
Spirit Candle in the Bottle
Sylvia’s Cards: An Excursion into Bizarre Magick
The Haunted Pack
Questions and Answers on the Haunted Pack
Daydreaming and Imagination
An Imaginary Conversation with Eugene Burger
A Final Examination
- Publisher: Kaufman and Company
- Pages: 135
- Location: Washington DC, USA
- Dimensions: 9″x11″
- Date: 1987
- Binding: hardbound
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