Category:Children's Magic

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Magic performed for an audience of children has developed and evolved over the years. In the earlier days, children were treated as young adults and they were expected to sit up straight and pay attention as if the magical performance was a class and they were merely poilite, quiet observors. But children are a magician's most enthusiastic audience, and love to laugh and participate as much as possible. Specialists in childrens entertainment have learned to cultivate the natural curiosity and enthusiasm of children and play with their audiences.
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Magic performed for an audience of children has developed and evolved over the years. In the earlier days, children were treated as young adults and they were expected to sit up straight and pay attention as if the magical performance was a class and they were merely polite, quiet observers. But children are a magician's most enthusiastic audience, and love to laugh and participate as much as possible. Specialists in children entertainment have learned to cultivate the natural curiosity and enthusiasm of children and play with their audiences.
 
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== Subcategories ==
 
[[sucker effects]] - [[children's props]] - [[clown magic]] - [[puppets and magic]] - [[Books on Performing for Children]]
 
[[sucker effects]] - [[children's props]] - [[clown magic]] - [[puppets and magic]] - [[Books on Performing for Children]]
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== References==
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* The Origins of Performing Magic for Children by David Kaye, Genii September 2004.
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Children's Magic

Magic performed for an audience of children has developed and evolved over the years. In the earlier days, children were treated as young adults and they were expected to sit up straight and pay attention as if the magical performance was a class and they were merely polite, quiet observers. But children are a magician's most enthusiastic audience, and love to laugh and participate as much as possible. Specialists in children entertainment have learned to cultivate the natural curiosity and enthusiasm of children and play with their audiences.

Subcategories

sucker effects - children's props - clown magic - puppets and magic - Books on Performing for Children

References

  • The Origins of Performing Magic for Children by David Kaye, Genii September 2004.

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