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Topic: Here we go...
Message: Posted by: Jamie D. Grant (Oct 26, 2006 01:31AM)
Hi All,

Well, I just got the footage back from my very first stage show. I spent a looooooooong time putting the show together and I'm pretty happy with how it went. Way different, obviously, that the walk around gigs that's for sure!

Without further ado...

[url=http://www.whatizit.net/TheBox.html]Trailer[/url]

jamie
Message: Posted by: Zac Vee (Oct 26, 2006 04:53AM)
You spent loooooooooooooong time putting it together, and it shows you have done it in the right way, and the show looks really cool. Congrats and keep doing it.



MaGically,

Zac
Message: Posted by: andrew martin (Oct 26, 2006 07:42AM)
It looked great up untill the end.
It's got have that TA TA !!!!
Message: Posted by: Bill Nuvo (Oct 26, 2006 07:43AM)
Besides being dark (a common problem with videos though), I liked it. It shows the audience reactions as opposed to just the tricks. The lady jumping up and down at the card sword trick is what sells it for me. I'd hire you in a second because of that. Good work.
Message: Posted by: RobertBloor (Oct 26, 2006 08:18AM)
Jamie,

Nice bud. Little dark, yeah but the strong elements are there. Great audience reactions and it shows your personality is likeable.

I'd hire you for sure.

I could also tell that your show was clean (even though you never mentioned it).

Good first effort! In fact, one of the BEST "first efforts" I've seen out of anyone here at TMC. Great!

Robert
Message: Posted by: Ron Reid (Oct 26, 2006 07:11PM)
Hi Jamie:

Very nice - if I were a client for some classy entertainment, I'd hire you. Very nice, indeed.

Congratulations on your success!

Ron
Message: Posted by: John Heggie (Oct 26, 2006 09:44PM)
Jamie,
Congratulations on a great show.

By the way, the lighting on my laptop was fine. The lighting just gave it a look that the show was at an outside social gathering maybe at a country club. I would definitely show this clip to potential clients.

I thought your interaction with the audience was perfect. The audiencesí reactions were great.

Great job.

~John
Message: Posted by: Jamie D. Grant (Oct 27, 2006 01:44AM)
Zac, Andrew, Bill, Robert, and John,

Thanx for the kind words! We (some close friends and I) have been working on this show for months! It was quite different than performing it in the living room of my house though, lol. Thank goodness I've got all those close up years under my belt-they helped immensely.

jamie
Message: Posted by: TannerJade (Oct 27, 2006 09:41AM)
Looks great, very great Jamie ;)

Magically,

Tanner
Message: Posted by: MagicB1S (Oct 27, 2006 04:44PM)
No problem with the lighting on my computer either.... with that said Great Job. Very Nicely done.
Message: Posted by: styck13 (Oct 28, 2006 06:22AM)
That was awesome. You certainly created a fan base with THAT audience. I agree..the lady jumping up and down during the sword is a definant seller. great job dude.
Message: Posted by: Harv (Oct 28, 2006 10:32AM)
Very well done Jamie...great audience reactions. Gotta admit however the term "master magician" is a term that for some reason really never sits well with me.
Message: Posted by: Jamie D. Grant (Oct 29, 2006 11:13PM)
Hi All,

Thanx for the input!

I also put it up on [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajxngBvpoyw]YouTube[/url] for all you Mac users. It seems like the Mac's can't see it on my website...

Thanx for watching!

jamie
Message: Posted by: Jamie D. Grant (Nov 12, 2006 01:51AM)
Hey,

I got my first ranking on [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajxngBvpoyw]YouTube[/url]. 5/5! Sweet!