As much as I would love to keep this all to myself, I can't help but sing Dan Wolfe's praise for one of his most recent creations:
Before you make an immediate comparison to the old "Fraidy Frame," you have to know this is steroids, which have taken steroids. The drug comparison makes sense when you get this thing and find out you can customize it for practically anything. I first purchased this for my children's shows with a "Vanishing Elephant" type routine... great for circus shows, Halloween (Houdini's great illusion) etc. etc. I found out it works just as well with adults... yep! So then, I took him up on his "McCombical" style routine with cards- also great for different audiences-- kids love to see "how a trick works," and the adult in the hotseat…. then a custom bit for my anti-bullying shows.... today I just received another custom job for Halloween with a mummy. So, yes, this thing is a drug, and Dan Wolfe is the hookup :)
Seriously, the frame plays big, is quick to set up, and the work is minimal so you can craft a presentation to fit the situation. Anyone who has ever purchased from Smoky Mountain Magic knows of the quality and great looks of the props. But my favorite is the reaction... you get a deer in the headlights look for a moment, and then lots of applause and "whaaaat?!"s from the audience. Based on your prop/routining you can do this as a solo effect or with volunteer(s). No one up with you will see anything you don't want them to. You'll end up playing with it yourself, watching the "works", and you'll be so impressed you'll be tempted to show it to your audience, it's that impressive. But I know you won't!
So, if you haven't taken a look, use this link : https://www.smmagic.com/blog1/?product=fraidy
I'm not being paid off from Dan to do this, but anyone who knows me knows I don't recommend too many props, and only to those who have really gone waaaay above on quality, service and the personal touch. Too many only criticize those that drop the ball, and fail to praise those who raise to a level beyond. That's what I'm doing now. Thanks, Dan (and if you ever read this, don't sell to anyone in my market!)