Thirty-six pages of fascinating accounts from Whit Haydn's street performing career during the 1960s and '70s-including stories from the streets of New York, Washington, DC, London, and Paris.Whit explains how his philosophy of magic changed through his experiences and gives the first in-depth description of the history and psychology of his routine The Impromptu Card Routine/A Routine for the Blind. Also includes the ESP Survey, a routine for working the streets when it is too cold to perform (or the police won't let you draw a crowd). Includes discussions on the various methods for developing confidence, calling and holding a crowd, and enlarging the take. He discusses what can be learned from working the streets that can be applied to all magic venues.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 01 October, 2004.