Allright, I'm not going to give you advice on rubber bands magic, because im not to familiar with the sleights, but Ill give my opinion on you as a performer: Obviously with any kind of magic, your audience will react, what you aim for here, is to get the best you can from in the momment, I can see that you have practiced your sleights and your patter in front of you mirror quite a lot, and it shows! It's good for you, I didn't see any dabbling with the patter wich is also a good thing. With that said... I believe that you need to have a more engaging personality with them, you are so caught in the effect, that you are limiting yourself to only doing the effect and that's it, I saw a part in the rotuine, where you did the first effect, where the audience started reacting and you tried like rush into the next phase, you tried once, and the reactions kinda stopped you a little, that's when I saw you backing a little bitlike waiting for them to continue with the effect. It looked like you were doing the trick to a mirror, I didn't saw any kind of interaction of you with the girls in this case. Practicing is great, but you need to learn to adapt to the situation and the reactions, for example, there is one part where the girl said "that's not magic, that's friendship" or something like that, and you were oblivious to their comment. There was a part were you kinda played with them "you want me to doit, you want me to do it!!?" I think that it was kinda forced, but it was good, that's what I am talking about, letting you enjoy the momment and the magic with them, when the girl ask you to do the trick again to her, I thought that you were going to do the patter a little diferently, since you were natural a min before. But no.... You turned back into the same patter used as before, and you merely just repeated the trick again, with no added suspense no nothing. Also, you need to REALLY BELIVE IN THE STUFF YOU ARE SAYING liked when you say things like "nothing is impossible" your whole performance was in a monotonous voice, andthat kinda watered their reactions down, there were still reactions, but you could have gotten even a stronger reaction from them. learn to adapt. Learn to listen to how your audience is engagin you and engage back with them. there was no engaging whatsoever with your audience. overrall: Pros: *Practiced sleights *practiced and memorised patter Cons *No engaging whatsoever *Monotonous voice Enjoy the magic with them man .