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Magic and Theatre in the Time of Houdini

Magic and Theatre in the Time of Houdini
May 19 2019 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Magic and Theatre in the Time of Houdini

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In this lecture, actor, author, and magician Max Howard explores not just the fundamental elements of theatre and magic, but also the period in which Houdini performed and how the theatrical customs of the times informed and influenced his performances.

Emmy Award Winning man of many talents, Max Howard, is one of America's most respected authorities on the art of performing theatrical magic. His important 2014 book Creating Theatrical Magic was highly acclaimed in the magic industry for its detailed and experienced insights on the art of performance. He has presented to businesses, associations and educational organizations across the United States on leadership and the development of personal potential.

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