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FITZKEE, Dariel. Showmanship for Magicians. The First Book of a Trilogy. Pomeroy, OH: A Lee Jacobs Productions Publication, (1988). Fourth Edition. Pp. (6),1-187,(1). 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. A cornerstone text of the magic theory and of showmanship in general during performances. Contents: 1. Do Magicians Need Higher Entertainment Standards?; 2. Things From Another Era; 3. How to Find Out What the Public Really Wants; 4. The Things Big Audiences Really Buy; 5. How Music Adds Interest; 6. Rhythm, Youth and Sex Appeal; 7. Personality and the Necessity of Selling Yourself; 8. Color, Harmony, Sentiment, Romance; 9. Timing and Pointing; 10. Surprise, Unity, Character and Situation; 11. Costuming, Grooming,Make-up, Personal Behavior and Smoothness; 12. Confidence Through Rehearsa l; 13. Physical Action, Group Coordination, Precise Attack, Economy and Brevity; 14. Efficient Pacing, Punch, Instinct Appeals, Combined Appeals, Grace, Effortless Skill, Spectacle and Contrast; 15. Comedy; 16. Getting and Holding Interest and Attention; 17. Types of Audiences and Their Preferences;18-19. How to Routine; 20. How to Get Ideas For Acts; 21. How to Put An Ac t Together; 22. How to Make Your Act Salable; 23. A Magic Show in the Modern Manner; 24. Finale; 25. Check Charts.Very good. 35.00
Title: Showmanship for Magicians. Fourth Edition.
Publisher: Lee Jacobs Productions, Pomeroy, OH, 1988,:
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