Presentation Lectures

Jun 13, 2013
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Heres my approach:
I first think of the presentation (a quote, some philosophy, something funny, something touching, etc.) then I build a routine around it. So you got a great presentation right from the start.
 
Aug 17, 2010
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Hey guys , where can I find lectures for presentation . How to present different tricks , how to act etc.

It's not a lecture, but the book "Strong Magic" by Darwin Ortiz is a good place to start. Also consider reading Five Points in Magic by Juan Tamariz, Maximum Entertainment by Ken Webber, and Our Magic by Meskylin and Devant.
 
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Sep 2, 2007
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Check John Lovick and Whit Haydn's Penguin Lectures. They have some great insight into acting and presentation.
 
Oct 14, 2007
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It's not a lecture, but the book "Strong Magic" by Darwin Ortiz is a good place to start. Also consider reading Five Points in Magic by Juan Tamariz, Maximum Entertainment by Ken Webber, and Our Magic by Meskylin and Devant.

I also recommend these books as well. Both of them will make you question every aspect of your presentation for the better!

~Ryan
 
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