Interaction is by far the most important factor in ensuring the success of your virtual performance. A great virtual magic show will have at least half interactive content to put the audience at ease, with the balance being stand-alone magic done just for the audience’s delight.
Your audience must and should feel like they’re a part of the show, and they’re the most important factor in a successful virtual magic show! As a result, we’ve compiled a list of suggestions for making the most of your show.
1. Sound On
Magic works best in groups for a virtual magic party. That’s because part of the joy is being surprised together. Hearing everyone else gasp at the same time allows you to think that what you saw was indeed magical.
And that indicates you’re having a great time together. If everyone is muffled, the spark is lost. So make sure the sound is turned on!
2. Tricks that your audience can learn too
A magician is said to never divulge his or her tricks, and this is true. However, they don’t mind if you know a few easy card tricks and sleights of hand. People are more interested when they are taught something new.
Not only while they’re learning, but also when they’re watching someone else perform an illusion and trying to figure out how they did it. And, of course, when they can’t, the professional magic is all the more enjoyable!
3. Drop off mail
A deck of cards, a trick coin, and/or magic-themed balloons, and other party materials, delivered to each guest’s door in a box or gift bag, will bring everyone together and make the occasion seem genuinely unique. Your audience will appreciate the personalized touch of including them in the theme!
A fantastic zoom magic show should begin with some laughing therapy and then dazzle you with magic tricks. You don’t want to spend an hour watching card tricks, no matter how amazing or tough they are.
5. Knowing your audience
A good magician will spend time before the performance knowing a little bit about your audience, whether it’s your coworkers or friends and family, as well as the event being held, so they can understand the context of the audience and build a presentation accordingly.
Make your audience feel as though they’re the most vital part of a virtual magic show’s success! We’ve put up a list of tips to help you get the most out of your event.