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Mago!
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Http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4H2yrkH6nRQ

I had the pleasure of seeing Suzanne's cups and balls routine at a close up show at the winter carnival of magic at the beginning of march. Boy, was that a treat! Not only is she a very talented magician, she is a heck of a story teller, totally gives the cups and balls a new take of her own. Take a gander at this, folks!
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Impressive. Very impressive. Not only technically but also theatrically.
Mago!
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She is great. So much fun to watch
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I concur, got to spend a week with her in Atlantic City at the Dickens' Parlor Theater a few years ago, flawless and artistic.
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She really does a great job telling the story and performing the magic flawlessly
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Yeah, I like the unhurried pace. I like the way the cups illustrate the story -- not an easy thing to create. Her misdirection is solid as well.
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The story is wonderful, but we need to find a way to let audiences express appreciation without clapping through out the story. I recently saw the most beautiful rendition of the linking rings that I have seen, but the mood was constantly interrupted by what seemed to be the "compulsorily clapping". When magic tells a story, different rules should apply to applause.
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Very well done!
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Sam Hagen
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What a wonderful routine and story.
May you live in interesting times.
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So amazing. Sincerely, thank you.
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Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
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Amazing. I love how the magic and story is woven so nicely together.
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As a retire (pro for 70 years) Share a couple story lines--- 20th century silks-- THE THREE PIGS -as the Wolf trys to get the 3rd pig he disappears(hank box, double paper bag or???) and wind up with the 2 other pigs-holding hands and hiding in a closet(volunteer holds in a grasp and is called a 'closet') --2nd. one I've used -Alice In Wonderland -featuring the Rabbet who lives in a 'die box' he dosent put his toys away(die sitting on top of the box) -Mad Hatter steals the toy and puts it into his hat---rabbet retreves die (shell) and 'mother says 'put your toys away(as all children should)- rabbet puts die(shell) into his room- ( by plays) - OHHHH the Mad Hatter stole it again - its in his Hat. HOPE you all understand- I'm usually in the GOSPEL Magicians forum- any questions p/m me Blessings, Ralph(russo)Rousseau
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