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Art of Street Performing, The

by Cellini

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Categories: Close Up, Business
Media Type: DVD
Publisher: Magicman Productions

Product Description

This video will do much more than entertain you. It will enlighten you and excite you. It can even change the course of your life. Cellini tries to explain this illusive art by teaching how to attract, build, hold and entertain an audience while making a good living. Those influenced by Cellini have found themselves transformed by the experience in ways they never imagined. All the secrets are here!
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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February 26th, 2003 2:55pm
Reviewed by Philip Spitz
The Art of Street Performing is not cheap, however if you want the nuts and bolts of this form of magic, this DVD is for you. This is street performing 101, the how tos. There are no tricks in this DVD, only Cellini talking and viedo of street performers. The quality of the production is very good. My only complant is that there is almost no video of Cellini performing. If you perform on the street or want to this is a choice for you. If you are looking for more tricks to use then get something else.

Mr Phil

Official Review

December 8th, 2005 1:10am
Reviewed by David Acer
[This review refers to the 3 DVD set.]

“There’s no need to get booked “ the streets are always there.”
Danny Hustle

I’ve heard bars, restaurants, and even trade shows described as magic’s “front lines,” but while I agree that these are all challenging venues, I still consider them to be a mile or two behind the real front lines - the street. Street magicians are the true footsoldiers of magic. They have no use for the work of armchair generals. They don’t do Progressive Ace Assemblies, or Okito Box routines, or Tenyo tricks. The material they perform must be simple, visual and bulletproof, or they are, professionally speaking, dead, which is why they typically turn to the classics - Linking Rings, Cups and Balls, Misers Dream, and the like. But even armed with material that has proven to be effective in the environment, a fledgling street magician must still learn how to command an audience that has absolutely no reason whatsoever to empower him,... [Read More]

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