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jprace
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Tyler,

As magicians, we are able to provoke emotions from an audience. This can be done from an effect, presentation, or numerous other ways.

Is there a reason/advantage to provoke a negative emotion such as anger, fear, sadness, jealousy, defeat, embarrassment, confusion, or alienation?

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I like this question as one thing I love to do is provoke all emotions... I feel it can provide a very memorable experience... I like to scare them, confuse them, and even anger then. This of course all depends on when in my show and where. Making someone feel negatively at the absolute climax of an effect is definitely not desirable.

Anyways, this isn't my question to answer Smile.
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