Posts tagged “teaching”
Rafael Benatar discusses his translations of magic masters into other languages and the secrets to memorizationActing, Magic, and the Importance of Performance with Steve Valentine August 6th, 2020
Jonah is joined by Steve Valentine this week to discuss acting while being a magician – and the dangers of not being taken seriously, uncovering the lost history of magic, and the importance of a presentation that transcends the trick being performed.Vanessa Vakharia on The Math Guru November 7th, 2019
It’s a minisode this week! Jonah recently sat down with math tutor Vanessa Vakharia on her podcast, Math Therapy, to work through his math-related traumas. If you hate math, this is the perfect podcast for you!
The following clip was pulled from Episode 3: A Mathemagical Crisis.Never Stop Exploring with Mario the Maker Magician August 8th, 2019
Jonah is joined by Mario the Maker Magician this week to discuss bringing value to your show, learning to be a flexible performer, and instilling passion into your magic. Mario is a children’s show performer who uses D.I.Y robots, handmade props and a slapstick performance style to show that magic can be found in anything.YouTube, Exposure and Making Magic with Jay Sankey January 24th, 2019
Jay Sankey sits down with Jonah for episode 147 to discuss magic online, creating and persuasive communication. Not only does Jay hold the world record for creating the most original illusions, but he runs a successful YouTube channel, is an international public speaker, comedian, performer, and consultant.How to Create Magic Out of Tricks with Lawrence Hass September 28th, 2017
Lawrence Hass is the Associate Dean of the Magic and Mystery School in Las Vegas. We wanted to invite him on to talk about the theory of magic at its deepest level. Lawrence has a Ph.D. in philosophy and taught the subject for many years. As he was finishing his Ph.D. he happened upon a David Copperfield performance on TV. He immediately started thinking about what Copperfield was doing in a philosophical framework.