Here’s the act for small groups with modest budgets. It’s a solo act, 30 to 40 minutes long, with one major illusion as a finale. The repertoire includes stage magic (no small hand tricks), audience participation, and lots of comedy. It can be themed for a juvenile audience, a family group, or an adult crowd.
The act concludes with either the very funny guillotine act, the unusual volunteer sawing presented as a Doctor/Patient burlesque or the suspension of a young audience spectator in mid-air.
It’s also available as SHOWMAN JR, an even more inexpensive option with an alternate repertoire and a simpler closing act.