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Saturday Night Roundtable - Steve Cohen Decoded

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by j.bayme, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. j.bayme

    j.bayme ceo / theory11 Staff Member

    Hope everyone is having a great weekend! On this week's episode of Expose, we mentioned an upcoming television special on the History channel called Lost Magic Decoded. The special stars Steve Cohen, a friend of theory11 and one of the most successful performers in magic today.

    Steve performs weekly at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, and his sold-out performances have continued for over a decade. The special airs Thursday, October 18th at 9pm EDT on History.

    Tonight, you have a rare, exclusive opportunity to learn from one of the best as Steve joins us in hosting a roundtable discussion podcast. Each time we do this, we feature a different artist, and we answer questions submitted by YOU directly in this forum thread. Find out more about the upcoming special here, then post any question you'd like in response to this post.

    Your questions can be about the show itself, the research, the process of getting a major television special, his shows at the Waldorf Astoria, or anything else that comes to mind. Limit THREE questions per member, so make 'em count! We will try to answer as many questions as possible in the podcast.

    You have 24 hours to submit your questions - the deadline is tomorrow (Sunday) at 7:30pm EDT. One random member whose question is asked during the podcast will win 1,000 Elite Member Points and a six-pack of Players by Daniel Madison, our newest playing cards released this past week.

    Excited and energized to host an amazing discussion based on your submissions! Go for it.

    UPDATE :: Time is up, and the podcast has been posted! See the results here.
     
  2. What is your favorite trick/routine?
    What is your favorite deck?
    What would you say to a beginner on how to create an original trick?
     
  3. 1. Did the TV company approach you, or the other way around?
    2. How did you come up with the idea for the upcoming special, what were your thoughts building up to it?
    3. What is your most memorable performance?
     
  4. How did you get into magic?
    Who has inspired your performance persona?
    What do you think is wrong with the magic industry? If you don't think there is anything wrong then why is it good?
     
  5. 1. How did you into magic and then become so succesfull.
    2.What was the most exciting show that you performed.
    3.What are some tips for someone who is recently into magic and wants to become big.
     
  6. What do you consider the one defining moment in your life that made you realize that Magic was your future, or what was your inspiration to learn Magic and become a Magician?
    What do you consider to be the proudest moment of your career?
    If you could only perform one more trick, which one would it be?
     
  7. Since when you decided to become a magician?
    If you weren't a magician, what would you be? or what would you like to be?
     
  8. When did you start magic?
    Why did you start to do magic?
    Why do you still do magic?
     
  9. 1. What inspires you to create magic?
    2. What is one piece of advice you would give to a up and coming magician?
    3. What is your first memory of magic?
     
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  10. 1. What's your favourite genre of magic
    2. How do you plan an entire show
    3. What it is like to be known as the millionaire's magician
     
  11. What made you want to get a television special?
    Did you ever want to give up on either magic or the special?
    Where do you think the magic industry will go in the future?
     
  12. 1. What got you into magic?
    2. Who is your favorite magician?
    3. What was the first trick you learned?
     
  13. What is your planning process for creating magic tricks?
    Did you ever encounter audience that were not impressed by your performance?
    How did performing magic affect people close to you?
     
  14. 1) What do you like most? Fool someone or beeing fooled?
    2) Whats the most difficult movement you have ever tried?
    3) When did you do your first magic trick?
     
  15. Steve, with you doing alot of parlor type magic what is your opinion on today's youth magician's and how the art is advancing with them?
     
  16. 1/ How much time did you practice for this routine?
    2/ How can you came up with these magic trick?
    3/ Which trick do you find it difficult to do in LOST MAGIC DECODED?
     
  17. - How are you?
    - What's your favorite deck for a magic performance.?
    - How about the begginers? some advice to them?
     
  18. 1) is your hair naturally a cinnamon colored red?
    2) What made you want to do a intimate magic show opposed to a big stage show?
    3) What is your favorite retort when someone asks how a trick is done?
     
  19. What do you think is the reason people do magic?
    How much time do you spend working on scripting for an effect?
    Is magic piracy as big of a deal as it is made out to be?
     
  20. 1. How can we do magic without ruining our studies?

    2. For you, how is magic related to life?

    3. How can you make a girl fall in love with you using magic.. :D