On stage is seen a case laying flat on the stage with a Seven foot pole protruding from it. Atop the pole is a goblet and holder. Inserted into the goblet can be seen a large rolled up piece of paper with a kind of napkin keeping it in place. The magician makes his entrance. He draws the audiences’ attention to a scrolled up piece of paper seen sticking out of the goblet on top of the pole. He explains that it is a prediction he had earlier and wrote down.....and there untouched and unreachable it will stay and can be there throughout the show. The magician randomly selects a young lady from the audience. This can done by throwing a rose or soft ball into the audience and selecting the lady that catches it or is closest to it. The young lady is invited on stage where the magician points out that he has b=never seen the lady before and nothing has been set up or prearranged. The magician asks her name and tells her to imagine her perfect date. He asks where in the world she would like to go, what they are doing i.e. cinema, restaurant etc, also what month it is, what the lady is wearing and the address that they kissed goodnight at. The magician now asks his assistant for a chair which he uses to climb up to reach the prediction inside the goblet. He plucks the rolled up piece of paper from the holder and invites the lady or someone else from the audience to open the prediction and read it aloud. It matches perfectly with the answers that the lady gave only moments before. The magician now gives the young lady the rose, which she caught earlier and the prediction to keep as a memento of her magical experience. The audience goes crazy and mutters to themselves....”how the hell did he did that!”
Remember ...No Stooges, No nail writing, Packs small Plays big can be multi themed.
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....... Jose Maria Garcia Gordo, SPAIN