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Bill Hegbli
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Yes, I was taking into consideration the underlying reason for mentioning the age factor or even considering it as a factor in his post. If not maybe someone else can benefit from my experiences in life.
David Nathan Magic
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Hello everyone!

I've decided to keep everything as it is for now, and to make a separate show with the youthful theme to tour some small theatres with!
Thanks everyone for helping out Smile
Mindpro
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Keep us posted, I woud be curious and interested on how it goes for you.
MagicVin
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Me too. Also are you planing on doing the costume change? If so curious how it plays. Was thinking about it , maybe have a 2 pice jumpsuit (front and back) that looks like a 3 piece suit Velcro together so when it’s time you just pull it off and throw it aside.
Smile Smile Smile Magic is all around us we just have to be willing to see it.
JBD
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Too many magicians dress like they are heading to work in the office. You need to have some flair that suits you. Be different from the rest and stand out. Make sure what you choose to wear suits your style of magic!
Bill Hegbli
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On Apr 19, 2020, JBD wrote:
Too many magicians dress like they are heading to work in the office. You need to have some flair that suits you. Be different from the rest and stand out. Make sure what you choose to wear suits your style of magic!



More importantly, you have to consider the event. I you are hired for a business event, then you must wear a suit. If you are working for a garden party, then you can dress more causal.

Also consider if you need pocket space, or work out of a case of some kind.

In the end there is on one answer that fits all events and people. Just make sure you dress as sharp and you can, the cloths fit correctly and you don't look sloppy.
JBD
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I totally agree with you Bill. I am not saying go in jeans and a t-shirt to everything.

Recently I have seen magicians at events I have attended, where I am a guest and not the hired a magician.
The dress sense at the events at times gives our industry a bad name. Some of the suits have been cheap off the peg wash and iron at home suits.

The older great names in magic are remembered as characters because they dressed with care attention and detail.

You are not going to be dressed as a clown with floppy large boots to a corporate gig are you....... Not unless that is what they have asked for.....
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