Ring 216 held a remote Sharing and Open Performances meeting on September 9, 2020. Hosted on the Zoom platform, the meeting began with “Sharing is Caring,” where each attendee was invited to share something magical they have done or enjoyed recently. The shared ideas included sound and light equipment and staging tips for performing over Zoom, recommendations for books, podcasts and videos, the best economical rope, and, of course, the latest tricks to purchase. In the Open Performance segment, Rafael Delgadillo presented cards that changed color, Dan Chan levitated, David Martinez very fairly found a selected card at a named number, Gary Goldberg told a fortune with alphabet cards, and Peter Apel wowed with a fish that swam into his ear and an amazing appearing sopapilla.
Posted by Gary
DATE: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
TIME: 7:30 p.m. PDT
Click this link to start the meeting in Zoom
For our September meeting, we've decided to take a break and instead just get together and share. We'll divide the meeting into two parts:
- Sharing is Caring: Everyone is asked to share a book review, a trick, a website, an article, a podcast... whatever you think your fellow magicians would like to know about. You'll get up to 3 minutes to tell the audience what it is, why you like it, and why the rest of us will like it.
- Open Performance: Perform a routine in a friendly, supportive, noncompetitive environment. This can be a polished trick or just something you're working on. If you want feedback, we can provide it.
Posted by David H. Martinez