|Kingdom of the Red
by Larry Barnowsky
|Between the covers of Kingdom of the Red you will discover a wealth of original
magic using cards, coins, balls, dice, ropes, rings, bills, Scrabble tiles, and much more.
There is ingenious apparatus that you can build, elegant card flourishes to execute, and
self-working miracles with cards and coins that are designed to bewilder and entertain.
240 pages divided into 28 chapters are filled with a variety of sleights and effects geared
for the beginner as well as the intermediate and advanced magician. All sleights and
routines are explained in step-by-step detail using 450 sharp black and white photos.
A 95 minute companion DVD supplements the text and photos with additional video
explanations and demonstrations. This beautiful hardcover edition is printed on heavy
#80 weight gloss enamel paper. The book reveals for the very first time prized secrets
and techniques that were developed over many decades of performing and creating
magic. Moreover, these secrets and techniques have been incorporated into structured
routines with precise scripts. The net result is a collection of mystifying and entertaining
presentations that takes a trick and transforms it into a memorable theatrical
experience. Scroll down for sample photos.
Price: Book $50 DVD $10
Special Limited Edition Bound in Leather with Companion DVD: $100
|Perform Wedding Ring Redux in verse
and your audience will be emotionally
moved and intellectually baffled as the ring
just melts through a cord.
|Take them to the Gateway Through
Space and Time and have them witness
coins melting through matter and moving
forward through time.
|Perform the hilarious Magic Lesson where
nothing seems to go as planned. While the
magician appears clueless, the audience
doesn't have a clue how he did it.
|Learn the secret of the Haunted Cabinet,
and with this mechanically ingenious device
you will convince any audience that ghostly
spirits truly exist.
|Treat your audience to a performance of
Kingdom of the Red and they will never
forget this fairy tale nor the impossibility of
what they saw.
|Real money is at stake and it's all yours to
lose in You Do as I Do With My
Dough. A dollar is bet each time but you
win despite the toughest scrutiny. And
there's a suprise kicker at the end which
will stun any spectator.
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