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David was here in Phoenix and performed this for the local club after the annual dinner, so there were also non magicians in the audience. I got to participate and it was one of the spookiest, most enchanting effects. David is a wonderful actor with marvelous theater presence. IT fooled the whole audience and you got a sense of being in a Broadway play.
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And you lived to tell the tale!

Thank you, Chris. That was a fun show. I really enjoyed my time in Phoenix and I hope to visit again.

I'm glad you got a chance to experience "Dinner with the Borgias" as an onstage participant. The participants get a rather different experience from the one the rest of the audience gets. You are not the first person to describe the experience as "spooky." That pleases me greatly.

Had you read the script for "Dinner with the Borgias" before you saw it performed?
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David I was not familiar with this "little play". I had known you from Eugene's Gourmet video and loved your take on the Mullica Wallet.

I was not aware about the theatrical magic you performed, so I was a bit surprised to be called onstage for this effect. It was quite surreal. It was like I was attending Broadway play and then found myself in it.

The macabre atmosphere you created was chilling, yet fun.

A side note. I was in the hallway outside the banquet before the show and David passed by me. I said "hi David". well, 9 out of 10 performers would have said hello and kept walking. David stopped and asked if he knew me. I said I was only familiar with him through Eugene's video, yet he stopped and chatted quite casually with me. It's a lesson for all performers in grace and class.

Thanks, David!!

Chris
"Of all words of tongue and pen,
the saddest are, "It might have been"

..........John Greenleaf Whittier
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