Posts tagged “magic”
It’s Q&A day! We asked you for some questions and in today’s episode, we try to answer your most burning inquiries. Before we get to that we start the episode with a discussion about the state of our careersEpisode 74 – Standing on the Shoulders of Giants with Steve Reynolds August 31st, 2017
Steve Reynolds is a renowned New Orlean’s card magician who is obsessed with keeping the history of magic alive. But Steve doesn’t have a step-by-step advice about how to become a magician. He just did it. He was full of passion and obsessed with learning. Steve remembers how difficult it was to find information when he was younger. Steve finds that there are a lot of young magicians that have the right attitude about magic. But many people are stuck in a bubble of performing only for their friends. In fact, Steve thinks that if they step out of that bubble and perform for a real audience they are going to be in for a rude awakening.Episode 73 – The Artist’s Journey with Zack Mirza August 24th, 2017
Zack Mirza has created a remarkable career both as a professional animator and a magician. He has animated a variety of children’s programs and his magic career was featured in the OLN series Illusion of Grandeur.Episode 72- A Masterclass in Comedy Magic with Harrison Greenbaum August 17th, 2017
Harrison Greenbaum is the hardest working man in comedy and magic. His unique act has landed him slots on Last Comic Standing and America’s Got Talent. His career started early first as a stand-up comic who occasionally used magic in his sets when the jokes weren’t landingEpisode 71 – Crafting Incredible Visuals with Glenn West August 10th, 2017
Our guest this week is Glenn West. Glenn is a fantastic magician who started his love affair with magic after being introduced to the craft by his father. Magic is constant presence in his life though he is not a working magician. Instead, he works as an animator in film and television.Episode 70 – Monthly Catch Up: We’re hiring August 3rd, 2017
My summer tour has been exhausting, but super exciting with something like 70 shows under my belt in just the last month. I’ve been able to perfect some routines and over the course of all those shows decided to throw out some others that had become stale.