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Leland Stone
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Hiya, Magi:

What are your best shots at this topic's title? I've read other posts with Magi explaining the close-up or strolling acts they can wear or carry lightly, but this one's slightly different. What's the largest bit (visible on platform to the greatest number of spectators, regardless of genre -- cards, coins, silks, whatever) that fits in the smallest possible case?

Couple of contenders come to mind: Miser's Dream, CnR Rope/Mongolian Pop Knot, Ball Manip Act.

Your turn!
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my whole act has no case at all. Just me in some jeans wearing a leather jacket. I produce pretty much everything I use in the act and vanish some of it too. This is a magicial way to work!

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Appearing flagstaffs... (giant 3-5 foot silks on telescoping poles) When compacted, they are the size of an umbrella, but after being produced, could be seen in an arena

-Pavel walking knot

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I do a silk and manipulation routine and a very large snowstorm routine which packs into a small 18"x24" case.
C Christian
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I don't do this any more but I used to silk juggle....and man you can see them a mile away...done to funny music. It was great hmmmm. I might put it back in just for old times sake!!! cheers chris
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