Stage magic – performing tricks for large audiences

Close-up magic may be preferable for a beginner, although there are many aspects he needs to take care of in order to deal with the direct involvement of the spectators. However, whereas with close-up magic you need to pay attention to the physical nearness of your audience, with stage magic you have to find a way to deal with the attention of a rather large public set on you. Practically, in such circumstances, the magician has to face exposure of his actions coming from everywhere around here. A note here: the kind of magic tricks the performance of which we witness on television enters the category of stage magic. Therefore, what precise elements in the development of a magic performance could catch the eye and curiosity of such a large and diverse public?

First, a regular observation concerns the fact that audiences tend to develop an attraction to tricks made with some of the…

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