Live Magic Lesson (For Adults)!
Magic lessons are a great way to build teamwork and camaraderie while introducing yourself and your date, friends, or coworkers to something different, fun, and unique. Learn some astonishing magic that you can and will use in your workplace, school, or home. Whether you need to impress the boss, wow the client, or just give your friends something to talk about, learning some easy, sophisticated magic can make any day a little more fun. In addition to background, theory, and performance tips, some of the tricks you will learn include: - Pen Through Bill: Borrow a dollar bill from your spectator, inconsiderately push your pen straight into it, magically repair the bill, and then leave no trace of the hole - $1 to $100: Magically transform a $1 bill into a $100 bill, right in front of your spectator’s eyes - Mind Reading Card Trick: Have your audience member freely select a card from the deck and instantly find it by reading their mind - Business Card Impact: End any meeting by giving your client a business card–based souvenir, to remember the miracle they just witnessed - Miracle Card Prediction: Magically predict the exact card your spectator is going to choose before they choose it All of the tricks demonstrated in the Jeremy The Magician magic workshops are included for you to take home.
Jeremy has been interested in the art of magic since he was 8 years old. Since then he has honed his craft, and has amazed audiences young and old with his expert sleight of hand and conjuring skills. Jeremy has performed walkaround close-up strolling magic at numerous Times Square venues, including many private functions, parties and affairs. In 2008 Jeremy was the head of the kid’s magic program on Norwegian Cruise Line’s Spirit ship, performing classes and shows aboard the ship. Jeremy currently works for the weekly Off-Broadway magic show Monday Night Magic. He is a member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, and he teaches instructional magic workshops all over New York.
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