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A few weeks ago, we had a popular episode that featured magicians who got into magic later in life. Hannibal is another magician who got into magic as an adult. He was 26 when he decided to make it a career. In this episode, he talks about being creative, finding his character, developing his unique act after he was forced to improvise. He also talks about scripting versus "Jazz Magic", performing in theatres vs. intimate venues, the benefits of street performing, and his Renaissance character as Hannibal the Liar. He also discusses what "Magic" is to him. We even have a little workshop on creativity and "not stopping too soon" when thinking about your act or a routine. The main point of this episode is inspiring you create a memorable moment in your act that your audience will take home and keep forever.

You can listen to this episode plus get a link to a video of how to fold a bill into an elf boot (like Hannibal does in his act) at our website at: https://www.themagicwordpodcast.com/scot......hannibal

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"A magician who isn't working is only fooling himself." - Scott Wells, M.I.M.C. with Gold Star

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