Posts tagged “theatre”
Mario Lopez was just a kid when a friend put a lit cigarette into his fist and made it disappear. He learned how it was done and from that moment on he was in love with magic. He moved to Granada in his native Spain when he was 18 where he trained with one of the countries top magicians. He was taught the art of performance and how to create the magical moment. He didn’t teach young Luis any tricks specifically. It was all about how to perform on stage. Mario is incredibly dramatic on-stage which he says is a product of his environment. Clowns, actors and musicians are everywhere in Granada and they have all had an impact on his magic.Episode 51 – Tools and Tips to Make Your Comedy Magic FIRE with John Archer March 23rd, 2017
If you’re talking about comedy magic, there are just a few names that automatically come to mind. John Archer is one of them. Not only is his magic baffling, but he’s also absolutely hilarious. He’s known for whipping up his audience, and getting incredible moments out of the magic and the punchlines!Episode 38 – How to Master Fringe Festivals with Keith Brown December 22nd, 2016
If you’ve ever wondered how to get into a Fringe Festival, what it is, how to use it to make money and why you would want to do it, you’re in the right place.
In episode 38 Keith Brown lays it all out for us.Episode 37 – How to Make Your Show About You with Chris Funk December 15th, 2016
If you’ve ever seen anything that Chris Funk has ever done (which you probably have) you know how special what he does is.Episode 35 – Crafting a Show Month Introduction: Theatrics and Reevaluations December 1st, 2016
To kick off December we announce the theme of the month: Crafting a Show! This is the type of topic where unless you have a magic club or other magicians that actively watch you perform and help, you’re often on your own.Episode 16 – How to Add Comedy to Your Magic Without Hack Lines with Mark Corriea July 21st, 2016
In this Episode Mark talks about his approach to magic, and comedy from the perspective from an actor, and an expert in theatre.