http://traffic.libsyn.com/discourseinmagic/Episode_153_-_One_New_Person.mp3Podcast: DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | MoreThis episode the interviewer becomes the interviewee. Jonah sits down with Brian Miller on his podcast, One New Person, to discuss his identity as a magician, copywriting and a chance encounter with one person that had a ripple effect on his life. Brian is a magician […]Episode 152 – Teamwork, Fallon, and the Audience with Dan White February 28th, 2019
For episode 162, Jonah sits down with Dan White to discuss working with a team, creating a show, and performing on television. Dan has appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon ten times, has an on running show at the Nomad, and has consulted for people like David Blaine, David Copperfield and Kanye West.Episode 151 – Being Conscious About Your Magic with Manuel Llaser February 21st, 2019
Jonah is joined by Manuel Llaser for episode 151 to discuss emotion in magic, learning from teachers, and analyzing your approach to magic. Manuel is an Argentinian magician who developed his deep appreciation for magic under the guidance of Juan Tamariz.Episode 150 – Growth in Magic February 14th, 2019
For episode 150, Jonah would like to thank the listeners for accompanying him on this journey. To do so, he has sat down to reflect on a trick he has been performing for a while now to see how it has changed with him. Alongside the audio, there is a video component to accompany Jonah’s reflection.Episode 149 – Honest Conversations for Performers with Ben Train February 7th, 2019
For episode 149, Jonah sits down with his roommate and business partner, Ben Train, to take a critical look at their own approach to magic and their performances.Episode 148 – Make No Small Plans with Steve Cohen February 1st, 2019
The “Millionaire’s Magician” Steve Cohen joins Jonah on Episode 138 to discuss branding, developing a show, and how to shape a career. Steve is best known for his long-running weekly show, Chamber Magic, but has also appeared on numerous television shows, produced a sold-out show at Carnegie Hall, and has performed all over the world for esteemed audiences.