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themagiciansapprentice
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Hi RJE,

Unfortunately the style police here have banned me from wearing Hawaiian shirts. I'd never get out of the flat in one. But I am a Brit so maybe it's a cultural thing. You can tell the Americans and Canadians, in the streets or malls, by what they where in the street here.
Have wand will travel! Performing children's magic in the UK for Winter 2014 and Spring 2015.
Al Angello
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Dustin
Great minds work in similar directions.

No Hawaiian shirts in Kuwait? How about a pink shirt with a fuchsia tie, and fuchsia suspenders (braces)?
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Stanyon
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There's that fuschia thing again!
Stanyon

aka Steve Taylor

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Nedim
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Hi,

For my opinion don't become a clown during your magic act. I think its important.


magicially yours,


Nedim Guzel
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An old rule of thumb with children is to remember that they have 'traditional' ideas of what a magician looks like, and often expect that. The classic styles include:

Tux and Topper Magician
Merlin-style Wizard
Genii / Fakir Type and,
thanks to Harry Potter, the 'Hogwarts Professor-type Wizard'
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Burntcircuit
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What about extreme weather conditions? I get both ends of the spectrum... outdoor event in the extreme cold and the sweltering heat. What do you all wear in those?
Dustin Baker
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On 2008-05-24 15:44, Al Angello wrote:
Dustin
Great minds work in similar directions.

No Hawaiian shirts in Kuwait? How about a pink shirt with a fuchsia tie, and fuchsia suspenders (braces)?


Never been to Kuwait. . . I did wear a red shirt in Israel though, does that count?
Think inside the box. . . it's less crowded.
Dustin Baker
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On 2008-06-02 01:41, Burntcircuit wrote:
What about extreme weather conditions? I get both ends of the spectrum... outdoor event in the extreme cold and the sweltering heat. What do you all wear in those?


Extreme cold - strongly suggest that everyone go inside - where the sane people are (really - Thick sport coat).

Extreme heat, short sleeve shirt and a vest.
Think inside the box. . . it's less crowded.
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