For more than ten years, from 1990 through 2001, The Magic Menu was a continuing and trusted source of practical information for close-up magicians, particularly those who performed in restaurants, bars and night spots. Each issue brought real-world advice, information, reviews of the latest magic and audience-tested effects from some of the best magicians in the world.
After an eight-year hiatus, The Magic Menu is back with a renewed vision and a brand new staff for another generation of professional and semi-professional close-up magicians.
Some of the columnists and contributors you'll meet include Paul Green (held over by popular demand from the original staff), Paul Gordon, Christopher Lyle, James Prince, Tom Frank and, of course, founder and editor Jim Sisti.
And, unlike the newsletter format of the original, the new incarnation of The Magic Menu will feature a magazine-like look with a full-color cover. Inside, however, will be the same quality of information, insights and original magic that made The Magic Menu one of magic's most unique periodicals.
Anyone interested in mastering the complex performance arena of restaurant and bar magic should find this information priceless.
[The Magic Menu] has, at its base, a core of writers who work on the front lines, magicians who know what it's really like when you approach a group of strangers and offer to show them a trick.
I've read every issue since it began.
I consider this a must for anyone serious about working for real people.
Pages: 24 - Saddle Stitched (8-1/2"x11" Booklet)