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Topic: Mentalism: Theory, History & Performance By Paul Draper
Message: Posted by: WR (Jun 18, 2003 03:40PM)
I just got these lecture notes. They ARE GREAT!! Anyone doing Mentalis/stage or bizarre needs them. Read below for the review. The next Max Mave or Jeff McBride is here in these notes.
I just found out today that David Goodsell, past president of S.A.M. and the
editor of M.U.M. Magazine, has written a review of my lecture notes that
will appear in M.U.M next month! For those of you who don't know, M.U.M. is
the national magazine for the Society of American Magicians. This will mark
the first time I have had my written work reviewed in a national magazine!

My current lecture is entitled "Mentalism: Theory, History & Performance.".
To date I have presented this lecture to IBM 193, IMA 1, SAM 34 and SAM 188.

Following are what others have had to say about my lecture and the effects
presented in my notes:

"Paul entertained and educated us. He has a broad knowledge of mentalism and
psychic entertainment. ... Paul has a dynamic personality and training in
drama, musical comedy and broadcasting. This all adds to the enjoyment of
attending his lecture. Any magic group interested in mentalism and psychic
entertainment would do well to consider Paul Draper." -David Goodsell

"Wonderful adaptation. I am sure it plays very, very strong." - Banachek

"With all you knowledge you should write a book. When will it be coming
-Anthony White

"Keep up the great work and we'll see you soon!" -Jeff McBride

WR :wow:
Message: Posted by: Manfredo (Jun 19, 2003 07:55AM)
Where you can get this?
Message: Posted by: WR (Jun 19, 2003 03:06PM)
Email Paul @ e-mail paul@realmagic.org they are $10 a piece of $15 for both S&H $1.80.
WR :wow:
Message: Posted by: Manfredo (Jun 20, 2003 06:57PM)
Both? What is the meaning of "both"? Please can you tell some details abaout the content.
Message: Posted by: WR (Jun 23, 2003 12:32PM)
Email Paul @ paul@realmagic.org. He can give you a great run down. The one is a " A History of Spiritualism in America and Europe 1850 - 1920" and the other is Mentalism routines as well as info on voice control. Storey telling etc... Both weel worth it.
WR :wow: