Whenever new clients hire a magician, they would want to see magician’s profile. In general, a professional magician’s profile should contain the following information, not necessarily in the same order as given below.
Name: Your screen name (Performing name)
Profession: Write specifically if you are comedy magician, street magician, corporate magician, mentalist, illusionist, motivational speaker etc
Skills: Write if you perform close up magic or stand-up magic or stage magic. If you perform all kinds of magic write that as well.
Experience: Your professional experience in magic. Don’t count those years when you were learning magic.
Languages Known: Mention all local and international languages you speak
Events: Write for what kinds of events your show is suitable. Corporate gatherings, social gatherings, trade shows, weddings, birthday parties etc
Bio: Write the summary about your magic show explaining how it is better and different than your peers. Do write about entertainment and interaction your magic show provides.
Career Highlights: Mention about awards and accolades you received in the field of magic.
Clients: Write the list of prominent clients you served over the years
Photos: Include high-quality photos of your magic shows. Do not forget to include the photos of any press releases and media coverage.
Contact details: Email, Contact number, Website etc.
In general mentalism show tend to be theoretical with limited visual appeal. If your patter and presentation is not engaging your show may lose entertainment value. Following is the list of few eye catching visual mentalism effects that can add different flavour to your show. You should use at least one visual mentalism effect in your show.
Metal Bending (Spoon bending, Fork bending, Steel Rod bending)
Glass Breaking (Bulb breaking, Jar breaking, Coke bottle breaking)
Following card tricks can be performed for small as well as large audience. I personally have performed following card tricks in stage setting and I can guarantee, all of them do very well as a stage effect.