You can also try practicing light magic tricks once you learn magic. These simple tricks are indeed enticing. If carried out perfectly they can keep the audience enchanted. Two of the famous experts in light magic are David Blaine and Cris Angel.
Don’t delve into advanced tricks like them initially. Through many years of practice they were able to master the craft. Take things gradually by starting with the basics and learning light magic. You can proceed to the more complicated tricks once you’re done mastering the basics.
If you are shy of performing in front of adults, you may start by performing your magic in front of kids. Kids would normally missed out on your tiny tricks because they are so enticed with magic. The moment you say ‘magic’ the excitement starts rolling.
You can gain your practice through these audience considered to be the best. You can boost your confidence through the response you can get from the audience making you confident enough to perform in front of the adults. You can master your sleight of hand too while practicing in front of kids. Redirecting their attention to other things would be easy too.
To be a successful magician you need to excel in “patter”. Patter is the conversation you have with your audience to divert them from the tiny tricks you are doing and have them completely under your spell. Remember to be mindful of what you say when you patter.
That would make the audience more receptive to catch the trick so that’s not mindless speaking. It is best to practice patter in front of the mirror to master it. The audience would be more suspense and would be left waiting and anticipating with the help of the patter.
Avoid doing the same trick again and again in front of the same audience. There is a good chance that some of your audience might catch the trick if you will repeat it. After all it will not be easy to captivate them once again in the suspense to cover your tracks.
It would spoil the effect of magic if you will repeat the act. Have your audience come back for more. For your prop you can also ask someone from the audience. This increases the belief of the audience in your act.
You should try to learn light magic tricks as they interest people of all ages. Before moving on to the more complicated tricks it’s best to start with the basic tricks first. These light magic tricks will make you a big hit in all the social events, be it a birthday party, a convention, a festival celebration or a bachelors party, your light magic tricks shall be the talk of the town.