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Andy Wonder
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I’ve been planning a Christmas themed routine that can be done to music. I think what I will add to my Christmas show this year is a misers dream type routine done with Rocco’s D’lites and performed to the tune of Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer. I like the version sung by Dean Martin and also the Temptations version.

I also think Den Dowhy’s misers dream routine done t......s Money would fit in really well to a Christmas themed show.

What routines have you done to music which a Christmas theme or Christmas song?
Andy Wonder, Auckland, New Zealand
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I have done run rudolph run (sort of like pet Store pranks) for kids for christmas shows and it goes over very well. This can be done both as a talking bit or even pantomine to music and still gets the same effect and a good response.

Square circles dressed up as big gift boxes also work very well for appearing of a minature tree or garland and lights and ornaments as well.
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Neale Bacon
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I have a routine I made myself on thne computer called The Christmas Guessing Game.

I have 4 pictures (Santa, Rudolph, Tree and Presents) and get 4 kids to hold them. 3 are eliminated via Magicians Choice down to 1 picture.

I bring out my Magic Guess Envelope and lo and behold, my picture matches.

This is all done to Sleigh Ride. I use this song as it was the theme song used on a magic special I did for the local cable network. Smile
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Jim Snack
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I put together a neat little routine several years ago to the old rock 'n roll classic "Rockin Around the Christmas Tree." It was basically set up as showing the audience how a magician decorates a Christmas tree.

I had local display house make up a three and one-half foot high tree out of green foam core. It was free standing on a small three legged draped table.

The routine was basically multiplying Vernet balls which became ball decorations for the tree (held in place with small wire holders I had attached to the tree. From one of the Vernet Balls (actually a shell)I pulled garland to decorate the tree (a mouth coil). Then from the Vernet "Balls to Silk" (a hinged ball) I produced a final confetti snowstorm. The applause kicker was the tree lights turning on at the very end. I used a wireless Radio Shack "Plug n Play" controller to turn on the miniture lights which were fastened to the tree.

It was a neat two and a half minute upbeat routine done to bouncy holiday music. I haven't used it for years, but all the props are sitting in the corner of my basement office. Everything fit nicely in a hunting bow case I picked up at Wal-marts, even the three legged table!
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Jim:
Nice idea and shows how you can take standard effects and theme them together to resent a very different and entertaining routine.
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