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-MagicTimes News Archives Week of September 14-20, 2015-

Bride puts a spell on her magician husband during first dance-TV3
Newlywed couple Justin Willman and his bride decided to take things up a notch by incorporating some magic into their first dance. Instead of swaying back and forth to a generic love song, Justin and Jillian captivated their guests in a well-choreographed routine to R&B classic ‘I put a spell on you’. Jillian then surprises everyone when she turns to her magician husband and literally ‘puts a spell’ on him causing him to levitate as he leans back and supports himself mid-air...
Publ.Date : 15 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT

Magician nearly drowns in botched underwater stunt-New York Post
A daredevil nearly drowned in front of a live audience in New Jersey on Tuesday during a botched underwater stunt. Self-proclaimed escape artist Spencer Horsman was rushed to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital around 1 p.m. after he got trapped in a locked box filled with water as part of a public performance at the State Theater hosted by Criss Angel.
Publ.Date : 15 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT

The Art of Deception: A Magician's View-Huffington Post‎
There is a thin line between reality and illusion, and every great trick has a flaw. The magician's task is to minimize, disguise, or justify the flaw. Be assured that every time a mind-reader puts on a blindfold, it is so the mentalist can see and the audience can't determine where he is looking. The very tool that is supposed to prevent trickery enables it...
Publ.Date : 18 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT

Magician Lance Burton didn't rush his second career-Las Vegas Review-Journal
Lance Burton is a laid-back guy, so maybe it's no surprise that what he calls "a leisurely pace" to make his first movie ended up being five years. The bigger surprise may be that the delays didn't come from performing magic on the Strip. When Burton closed his show at the Monte Carlo in September 2010, he declared himself retired. The audience at his final show watched a video screen as a camera followed the magician out the back door and into his car, as he drove off and never came back...
Publ.Date : 19 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT

Chicago Shakespeare and magician Teller make magic with 'Tempest'-nwitimes
William Shakespeare would love what the creative forces at Chicago Shakespeare Theater have dreamed up for a magical new telling of his stage tale "The Tempest." For this project, they've teamed with award-winning directors Aaron Posner and Teller, the latter being half of the magic duo Penn & Teller,..
Publ.Date : 20 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT

Famous magician made his way to Richmond-Richmond
More than 140 years ago - on Sept. 21, 1872 - the country’s most famous magician performed in Richmond. Signor Antonio Blitz, “Professor of Mechanism and Metamorphosis,” caught bullets in his teeth, trained birds to perform onstage and made plates “dance” on tables. He was the nation’s premiere magician of the 19th century. He first appeared locally in 1857 and then again on Sept. 21, 1872, at the Richmond Lyceum, where more than 500 trained canaries did everything from racing chariots to rocking in chairs and standing on their heads...
Publ.Date : 20 Sep 2015 00:00:00 GMT


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