Hi all, I was sitting here listening to some of the Theory11 music for their many tricks (To which I say, Dana Hocking rocks) And I got inspired, and started picturing all the different tricks and moments that these songs went with. Then I started thinking about the classics. I own Bill Malone's :Malone Meets Marlo DVD's volumes 1-6 and I have taken a look at all of them and found some really good tricks, they truly are a tribute to the imagination of the great d Marlo. But then I started thinking. I really want to give my respect to the great founders of magic (Ed Marlo, Dai Vernon, etc) But like Daniel Madison once said in his Artist Manifesto "I will learn a trick because I respect any magician's ideas, but when I perform the trick, it has to be able to adapt to the situation." What my ultimate question is, is how do we put our underground spin, on some of the oldest classics known to the magic world? Because while some people want to be told that the aces magically jump from here to there. Many others will be left skeptical. They will say things like "The aces were there the entire time." And I know that we should stave off from performing for those people, because really it is a waste of our time. But that aside, how do we put our own underground spin on these classics? Whether that be through personality, or even down to the performance of the trick itself. Any advice you could all give me, would be great. Cheers!