Pop Haydn’s “The Color-Changing Handkerchief” routine Now Available!


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Pop Haydn‘s presentation of The Color-Changing Handkerchief. This routine is designed for 24″ silks, and is a practical, real world piece that packs small and plays big. It literally works out of the pocket and makes an excellent emcee bit, or a nice in front of curtain piece for an illusionist. It can be done silently, or can be a featured routine for a talking standup magician. It works for young folk and adults. It is a fooler, and the patter is sophisticated and entertaining. It plays big on any stage.

In this video, Pop explains every detail of the moves and presentation for this routine. Everything is broken down so that it is easy to learn, with an “over the shoulder” view of the entire routine with the rolling patter. There are no difficult moves. This should be an essential piece of any working pro’s repertoire.

This routine works well with 18″ silks and gimmicks. Any “Palmo” style gimmick–no ribbon–should work. The routine is designed to handle a large gimmick such as the Jim Riser Dye Tube gimmick available elsewhere on this site. But this gimmick requires a medium size hand–at least 3 1/2″ across the width of the palm from the heel of the hand to the crook of the thumb. Otherwise, you should use a gimmick designed for an 18″ silk, which will work with this routine just fine.

DVD: $25  Downloadable Video: $10

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About Pop Haydn

I am not originally from the 21st Century myself, but have been stuck here by accident--not entirely my fault--with a bunch of other maroons from another very different time and place... Nevertheless, my companions and I love it here and just like everyone else we are just trying to get by in this exciting and progressive era. With a variety show of steampunk-oriented magic, comedy and music, Pop's company entertains and sells a few bottles of Amazing Miracle Oil, Wonder Elixer, or Magnetized Water.

Posted on August 12, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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