Jonathan Levit: Ahead of the Game 2 DVD Set
In this 2-Volume set, Jonathan Levit introduces you to the secret he uses to craft clean, jaw-dropping magic. He calls is being "ahead of the game". Learn the secret, use it well... guard it with your life!
Jonathan is a magician, actor and television host. He has appeared on Fox's "Masters of Illusion," was the host of VH1's "Celebracadabra," and has been the magic consultant for many television shows and films.
Over 5 hours of content! Includes:
- 2 live shows filmed at The Magic Castle
- 2 feature commentaries by Jonathan
- Professional magic routines that Jonathan has perfected over thousands of performances
- Detailed explanations
- 40-Minute interview
QUADROREVELATION - Jonathan's opener is a spectacular 4-card reveal. A real fooler with maximum audience involvement, this one trick is worth the value of this DVD set.
EVERYTHING CHANGES - An epic blue-to-red color change they never see coming and brings the house down.
DRAW A BLANK - Jonathan's Any Card at Any Number (ACAAN) has an ultra-clean presentation and a killer ending.
LEVIT TRIUMPH - This brilliant handling of the classic Triumph effect is an instant showstopper that always generates thunderous applause.
THE UN-MATRIX - Jonathan's signature matrix is famous in the magic community. Jonathan performs it for two live audiences, then shares its background and explains one key move to accomplish the routine. Performance-only.
Packed with dozens of valuable lessons and tips, including:
- The advantages of being "Ahead of the Game"
- Connecting with an audience
- Staying in control
- Time misdirection
- Psychological audience management
- Jonathan's method for loading a card onto a chair under a spectator
- Building your character
- Building the "moment" of an effect
- Creating realities for an audience
- Using a signature prop
- Jonathan's approach to mentalism
- Structuring an act
- Jonathan's Fan Forcing and Deck Switching Techniques
- Enhancing an effect by moving the moment of magic
- Challenging yourself
- Handling technical difficulties