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How do I start Clowning? Clown Magic part 1

Clown Magic, part 1 – an introduction Welcome back  to our ongoing how-to series—today, we’re going to begin discussing clown magic, how it is similar to ‘standard’ magic, and how it differs. Let’s begin with getting some definitions out of the way. By ‘magic’, we’re discussing the sleight...
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How do I start Clowning? Clown Magic part 2

The Joker Tube - Magic Trick with 'How To' Instructions - aka. Strat-O-Sphere
Clowning Tutorial – clown magic Welcome back — today, we’™re going to discuss clown magic, how it is similar to “standard” magic, and how it differs. Imagine, if you would, a clown (either  whiteface,  auguste, or  tramp) walking on stage with a serious demeanor. He has a beautiful assistant...
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How do I start Clowning? Clown Magic part 3

Clown Tutorial – Clown  Magic – magic card magic – free magic trick Welcome back—today, the rubber meets the road, and we introduce a free magic trick that you can introduce into your clowning. As always, you want to adapt these things to fit your character.
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How do I start Clowning? Clown Magic part 4

Clown Tutorial  – Clown Magic – do’s and don’ts of magic tricks Welcome back!  In this installment of Clown Magic, we’ll talk about some do’s and don’ts. The most important  don’t  is the most basic:  never  divulge how a trick is done, except to another magician/clown. No exceptions....
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Now You See It, Now You Don’t

Now You See It, Now You Don't, by Bill Tarr
Now You See It, Now You Don’t : Lessons in Sleight of Hand — by Bill Tarr, Barry Ross (Illustrator)  There are basically two types of magicians — gadgeteers and finger-flingers. Please note, this is not meant to insult either group. A gadgeteer tends toward self-working magic —...
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Modern Coin Magic

Modern Coin Magic by J. B. Bobo
Modern Coin Magic, by J. B. Bobo  Are you interested in adding magic to your clowning? If so, bear in mind that there are two types of magicians: “finger flingers” who rely on expert manipulations, and “gadgeteers” who rely on props to appear magical. Both have their pluses...
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