• Meeting a Fellow Trickster

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    Meeting a Fellow Trickster - a commentary on a natural trickster I met on an early morning TV news show (3/27/2017). His name is Tyler Ryan, on Good Morning Columbia on ABC TV. Tyler is into magic, and we had a great time!
    Created for the McBride's Mystery School Monday webcast, it's about the Trickster archetype, and how we sometimes meet him in the "real world." Show less
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  • Experiments in Magic Theatre, from Linking Ring magazine Play all

    John Tudor's 'Experiments in Magic Theatre', from the pages of Linking Ring Magazine, the journal of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. "Experiments in Magic Theatre" will focus on stage magic and illusion performance, with magic effects created for plays, and television. Each article will be illustrated with a Youtube video, and a blog with expanded content and reader commentary.
    See the Trailer for a brief overview, featuring the Ashrah Vanish, Purple Pyramid Production, Floating Table, Murder in The Phone Booth, and "Clink" (Giant Coin Production).

    Vlog # 1 Enter the Sandman
    Vlog # 2 Uncle Drosselmeyer
    Vlog #3 Clink, Quintet for Miser's Dream
    Vlog #4 The First Timers

    A professional magician for over twenty years, John has always had a calling to share his artistic experiments. "Hopefully, I can share something of what I've learned." The Linking Ring magazine has been read by magicians around the globe for nearly ninety-five years.
    For more information, visit http://www.tudormagic.com/blog.
    Linking Ring magazine: http://www.magician.org/the-linking-ring/what-is-the-link...
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