Some magicians worry about repeating magic tricks that audiences have seen before. They fear that it might be bad for their reputation. When you work as a pro magician it is a lot different than working as a regular magician. There are many differences, such as the tricks you perform. When you perform causally, you show the same people very different tricks. When you perform as a pro, you will be doing the same tricks over and over for different folks.
- Doing too many acts during the course of one gig may cause you to appear disorganized to the audience.
- If somebody follows you, take it as them saying that they liked what they saw in your tricks.
- Be prepared for resets by having enough materials for other tricks in the meantime.
“A professional will hone their material so it is well structured. The pattern and scripting will be much more of a factor with their routines.”