All right. I MAY have an opportunity come up early next year to do magic at a local farmers market. The setup for the market is pretty small, about 20-25 vendors at a time and everyone has a stationary spot of their own. The way the tents are put together, there's no way to just freely roam and perform for people and gather a crowd--they'd have to come to you in this case. I have a table, I just need a mat and a tent. I have a very good idea of what tricks ("Illusions, Michael!") I would want to get to be able to fit the "theme" of what I'm shooting for (not doing "tricks" but doing tricks under the pretense of playing "games"). I'll need to upgrade clothing as well. Maybe look into getting full tattoo sleeves and Supreme shirts. Could be anything at this point. With the prospect of having to actively pull people towards your area. Is this common for performers to do, at least in this area of magic? Is there any reading I can do that can help in improving ones approach towards your audience? I say this as someone who, not only LOATHES, but has a sort of serious negative reaction to something like the people at Sams Club who jump out at you to pitch new Comcast cable plans and home improvement options. Now I feel like I'd be one of those people. Pot, meet kettle! And something else to work out in therapy! But yeah, stationary table. Four hour stint. Whats the best way to approach others without coming across as an uncoordinated goof, but less sleazy than a car salesman?