The Magic Show: Forty Years Later
By John Harrison and Alan Howard
May 1974 saw the opening of a Broadway show that changed the face of magic. Our multipart tribute includes:
The Show - A synopsis of the plot and events in the show.
Concept to Curtain - The story of the show and its creators, and how they ended up on Broadway.
Stephen Schwartz on The Magic Show - An interview with the famed composer and lyricist.
On and Off the Road - The touring companies, the international editions, Broadway after Henning, and the movie.
Legacy - The pivotal role that The Magic Show played in magic history.
A Conversation on Character, Part II
Rob Zabrecky moderated a panel discussion at the Magic Castle on various aspects of creating and performing magic in character, interviewing Ed Alonzo, Tina Lenert, John Lovick, and Woody Pittman - all of whom did not necessarily have similar opinions on the subjects. This edited transcript of the evening continues from Part I last month.
By Jaq Greenspon
He enjoys a successful career, having sold out large performing arts centers with his full-evening show; he starred on magic television specials and won awards at magic conventions. While you might not yet know Reynold Alexander, most people in his part of the world don't think of him as a Puerto Rican magician - he is the Puerto Rican magician.
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