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mr__magic
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My fellow Magicians,

A fellow magician and I were thinking about putting on a two-man show. The problem is that I have no idea how you would do this. Would You make it look like a competition? How could I possibly make this work for both of us without degrading the other?
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Work as a team, maybe, a la Siegfried and Roy? Some friendly competition, without degradation.
"Every thought you think, word you speak, and action you take proceeds from either love or fear. Peace and upset, innocence and guilt, healing and illness all spring from that one fundamental choice." Alan Cohen
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What type of venues are you considering?
Comedy magic would work nicely.

One place to begin is to to look at Abbott & Costello, Laurel & Hardy, the Smothers Brothers, Jackie Gleason & Ed Norton, Fred Flintstone & Barney Rubble, Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis as well as Penn & Teller.

This type of duet is an old formula.

One magician could be teaching an apprentice and the apprentice messes up or does it better than the teacher.

A couple tricks that both of you could work together are:
Linking Rings.
Torn and Restored Paper.
Professor's Nightmare.
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