Beyond Secrets
Sankey, Jay
Jay Sankey (2003)
In Collection
#3679
10*
Conjuring
Magic
Hardcover 
eng
Sankey, Jay: Beyond Secrets
©2003 Jay Sankey
Hardcover, 182 pages

Comments: A theory book on magic by Jay Sankey. Available as an e-Book.

Contents (e-book version):

9 Foreword (Jon Racherbaumer)
12 Preface
14 A Dance of Glances
16 Is Magic An Art?
18 Begin By Connecting
20 The Myth Of Speed
22 Incomprehensibility
23 Magic As Blood Sport
25 Orchestrating Focus
27 What Is Your Market?
29 Popular Misperceptions
31 The Anatomy Of An Effect
32 Intimate Scripts
35 What Is The Method?
37 If I Were A Real Magician
39 A Little Experiment
42 Key Images
44 Learning A Sleight
46 An Actor Playing The Part
47 Wonder Without Secrecy
49 Creating Magic
52 Wonder And Emotion
53 How Did You Do That?
55 Any Effect Is Possible
56 Cynicism, Confusion And Ego
59 For My Next Trick
63 Audience Feedback
65 The Opposite Of Magic
67 Simplicity
69 The Emotional Camera
71 The Imperfect Theory
73 The Approach
76 Inspiring Humility
78 The Wonder Of Wit
81 Classic Audience Members
89 Performing New Material
92 Rhythm
94 Vulgar Magic
96 Whose Magic Is It?
98 Learning From Mime
99Truth And Credibility
101 Minimum Effort
104 Performer As Product
108 What Is The Magic About?
110 Enthusiasm
111 Fewer Words, More Magic
113 Secrecy Is Fear
116 The Art Of Practice
117 Inside Out/Outside In
119 Suspending Disbelief
121 Responding
123 Parade Of Characters
126 Mirroring
128 Taking It Personally
131 Multiple Climaxes
133 Vivid Language
140 The Natural
142 Expressing And Communicating
144 Suspicion
145 Mind Over Matter
147 What Is A Narrative?
149 Magic And Mentalism
152 Vulnerability
155 Choosing A Spectator
157 Under And Over Proving
159 How Do You Feel?
161 Fear And The Sudden Audience
164 Power
166 The Mysterious And The Humorous
169 Becoming A Better Magician
170 Control And Trust
172 Circuit Practicing
174 Purge Your Puzzles
177 Magician, Clown, Priest
179 Which Direction?
181 Magic And The Magical
184 Sanding
186 Those Who Will Resist
189 Let The Audience Lead
192 In The Blink Of An Eye
194 The Master Imagined
196 Secrets, Understanding & Wonder
197 Is There Such A Thing As A Bad Trick?
199 Articulate Hands
203 The Best Teacher
207 Random Acts Of Magic
209 Self-Expression
211 Stick To Your Weaknesses
213 Creative Promotion
216 Reminder And Promise
218 Choosing Material
220 The Play's The Thing
221 In Search Of Real Magic
223 Encouraging Co-Creation
225 Knowing And Forgetting
227 Exposure, Appreciation And Education
229 Clothing
230 Magician Vs Entertainer
232 Tension, Expectation And Release
235 An Invitation To Wonder
236 Larger Truths
237 All Of You
239 Unpresentations
241 Ending
243 Re: Creation
247 It Takes Time
248 A New Magic
251 Effects Only Happen In The Past
255 The Love Of Magic
Product Details
No. of Pages 182
First Edition Yes
Personal Details
Read It No
Location Magic Library (Home)
Condition Near Mint
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
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