Proper Magical Presentation by Hermann Pallme
We are now at the point where you supposedly have the mechanical side of your Trick perfected; where you are thoroughly familiar with every movement and gesture; and where you have at your tongue every word of the "Patter," or Talk.
Educational Value of Magic by Hermann Pallme
For the all round development of the youth, of both sexes, there is nothing better than the study and practice of magic.
How To Please Your Audience by Harlan Tarbell
Everything in life has a dual character -- in every force in life lie the powers for both construction and destruction.
The fire that warms your home can destroy your home. The water that feeds your tissues can drown you. So you see, in the same thing lie the forces for both good and evil.
Presentation, Illusions and the Handling of a Full Evening's Magic Show by David T. Bamberg
As the chapter on stage presentation in Greater Magic was written nearly fifteen years ago it's about time to do a spot of checking in view of the existing conditions of show business in Latin America today.
Tarbell on Showmanship and Presentation by Harlan Tarbell
If you have practiced faithfully, and I am sure you have because the work is so fascinating, you are now ready to give a real performance. I want this -- your first public appearance as a Magician -- to be so successful that it will fire you with enthusiasm and make you realize how great are the rewards of the study of Magic.