Posts tagged “audience”
After several recommendations, Joe Diamond finally sits down with Jonah for episode 141 to discuss ritualistic magic, believability, and engaging your audiences. Joe is a mentalist based in Illinois who delves into the weird side of life through his magic. He has headlined at the Chicago Magic Lounge, performed alongside David Parr, and hosts a weekly show called The 13th Hour.Episode 140 – Marketing Secrets for Entrepreneurial Magicians with Zivi Kivi December 6th, 2018
Jonah sits down with Zivi Kivi for episode 140 to talk the business of performing. Zivi is not only a children’s entertainer, but he operates several podcasts like the Balloon Artist Podcast, Generous Podcast, and the Magician Business Podcast while also instructing with the Kids Entertainer Academy.Episode 132 – Performance That Engages on Multiple Levels with David Parr October 11th, 2018
Known for his appearance on Fool Us, David Parr joins Tyler and Jonah. Bringing his theatrical background to magic this episode, David discusses the value of live theatre, the power of storytelling and Fool Us.Episode 128 – Standing on the Shoulders of Giants with Ed Kwon September 13th, 2018
For episode 128, we are excited to have Ed Kwon on the show—a close-up magician who draws inspiration from the classics. He has performed at the Magic Castle, and at Obie’s FFFF convention multiple times.Episode 127 – Summer Catch-Up and Remaining Q & A September 6th, 2018
We start episode 127 by catching up with Tyler and Jonah. While Tyler hasn’t been performing much practical magic, he has been developing his video and editing skills. Meanwhile, Jonah’s month was steeped with magic.Episode 112 – A New Angle on The Chicago Magic Lounge with Ryan Plunkett May 24th, 2018
Ryan Plunkett is well known as the author of A New Angle and from his work at The Chicago Magic Lounge. We’ve been eager to get him on the podcast for some time now. Ryan worked for a while at a magic store. It ended up teaching him about the things that he hated about magic. So much of the industry is based on pushing cheap tricks with little actual value.