Penguin Live Lecture with Pop Haydn
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Whit "Pop" Haydn is the winner of six "Performer of the Year" awards from the Magic Castle, the Hollywood clubhouse of the Academy of Magical Arts. In February 2006, he also became Vice-President of that organization, and served for four years in that capacity. He has opened for Jerry Seinfeld, the Smothers Brothers, Loretta Lynn and others, and performed on cruise ships of many different lines, including Cunard Line`s Queen Elizabeth 2, and the Diamond Princess. Haydn has worked hotels and casinos including Caesars Tahoe, and was one of the first acts chosen in 1996 to open Caesar`s Magical Empire in Las Vegas. He was the chief magic consultant on Norman Jewison`s major film Bogus starring Whoopi Goldberg, Gerard Depardieu and Haley Joel Osment, and worked as well as a consultant on multiple television documentaries including the Discovery Channel`s "Houdini, People Came to See Him Die" and David Copperfield`s television special, "Orient Express." Pop was the consultant for an episode of "Franklin and Bash" (Sony) and for "Bunheads" (ABC Family). He appeared on an episode of "Haunted Collector" (Discovery) as a gambling expert.
What will he teach?
Chicago Surprise: Pop’s version of the Chicago Opener/Red Hot Mama which contains an extra piece of magic, plus an absolutely killer ending.
Impromptu Card Code/Routine for the Blind: An impromptu ESP routine in which a blind person acts as psychic.
ESP Survey: A Street Scam that can make money for street performers when it is too cold to work.
Fast and Loose: Pop`s routine for the Endless Chain is recognized as one of the best ever.
Intricate Web of Distraction: Pop`s routine for the color-changing knives will make you dig yours out and start performing with them again.
Standup and Stage:
Six Card Repeat: Pop`s new routine for this old classic is a beautiful mixture of solid, comedic timing and subtle sleight-of-hand.
Multiple Peeked Card to Pockets: Pop has a couple of people simply peek at cards and both appear in separate pockets… then reappear AND switch pockets… then another card repeatedly jumps to his pocket… and finally, the whole deck. It’s a fantastic sleight-of-hand routine, not for the faint of heart.
Mongolian Pop Knot: Pop teaches everyone how to tie this infamous knot which makes two pieces of rope restore back into one… or does he?
Four Ring Routine: Yes, this is Pop’s routine for the linking rings, and you’ll love how much entertainment he is able to wring from this classic of classics!
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