Magica Gilly ospite di Online Wonder Gala
Magica Gilly ospite a congresso magico virtuale negli U.S.A
Magica Gilly al secolo Flore Giliana illusionista 25enne sarà nel cast di un importante congresso magico virtuale che si terrà dal 30 aprile al 1 maggio prossimi organizzato negli Usa. La nostra artista si troverà nel cast a fianco dei grandi nomi della magia mondiale. Organizzatrice dell’evento Kayla Drescher una giovane artista di Los Angeles astro nascente della magia statunitense .
Un grande onore per Gilly poter oltrepassare l’oceano, anche se per il momento giusto in modo virtuale. Gilly presenterà alcuni numeri di magia di maggior successo.
Online Wonder Gala https://shezampod.com/owg/
Schedule (times in PST)
Friday, April 30th
Join us for an opening game and evening jam session. Schedule TBD as the time approaches.
Saturday, May 1st
8:00am-9:00am: Opening Jam Session
9:00-10:00am: Erik Tait’s Lecture
No magic convention is complete without at least one discussion of card magic. Erik Tait will teach some of the card magic that has made him a regular performer for Honda, Bark Box, and some of the biggest companies in the world. The skill level will range from preposterously easy to pretentiously difficult. Whether you are a novice magician or an expert cardician there will definitely be something here for you. You are guaranteed to walk away with at least one card trick you’ll love to perform, as well as some new moves you’ll be excited to practice.
10:00-11:00am: Variety Arts Workshop Round A
Choose from one of the following:
Finding the Funny in You: Whether you call yourself a comedy magician or not, this workshop is for you. Taught by Karen Maruyama, find out how to hone your own persona, be funny as you, and improve your current comedy and performance chops. This workshop is hosted by one of the best comedy teachers in the industry, so you don’t want to miss out! Supplies needed: a notebook and writing utensil.
Sideshow Stunt Performance Theory and Hula Hooping Meets Magic: Join Martika, the one woman stunt show, as she talks about sideshow stunts in the 21st century. How do you bring sideshow stunts to the virtual stage? Do all stunts still look and sound the same? We will answer these questions and talk in detail about performance theory related to sideshow stunts. This is also a great time to ask any questions about sideshow performance theory. Come to the workshop ready to ask questions. We will end with learning a simple trick! This is a circus-based skillset. Martika will teach you how to add a mini hula hoop to almost any magic act. Looking to challenge yourself? Wanting to spice up an old act? Kick up that cardistry or Rubix cube act by adding a hula hoop. You will walk away with learning how to hula hoop on your hand, arm, or foot. Supplies needed: At least one hula hoop. Hula hoop should be a small to mini-sized hula hoop. Roughly 17’’ to 25’’ ID (Inside diameter of the hula hoop). A hoop smaller than 15’’ ID will be too small. A hoop larger than 25’’ ID will be too big. *Sideshow stunts will not be taught in this workshop.
Improving your Juggling Skills: Get your juggling on with this workshop by the amazing Cate Great! Learn how to take your basic 3-ball cascade to the next level. Supplies needed: 3-5 balls to juggle.
11:00-11:45am: A Show with Alba
11:45am-12:30pm: Lunch Break/Breakout Jams
12:30-1:30pm: Noah Sonie Lecture
This lecture isn’t about tricks. Don’t get us wrong, you’ll learn a few tricks. But more importantly, we’ll talk about you and how to add elements of who you are into your performances. Noah Sonie will offer his fresh takes on performance when it comes to magic and mentalism with a tip that is guaranteed to improve the impact of your performances. You’ll also learn a simple and flashy way to control multiple cards, a dead simple and casual card effect you will want to perform every day, how to turn your phone into an impression pad, and so much more. Noah doesn’t have any products to sell so all you’re going to get is real-world advice.
1:30-2:30pm: Variety Arts Workshop Round B
Choose one of the workshops (listed above).
2:30-3:30pm: Building a Street Show with Felice Ling
How do you build a street magic show? What works and what doesn’t work on the street? This lecture is an introduction to building a sidewalk magic show.
3:30-4:30pm: Henry “Box” Brown by Rory Rennick
Hear about one of history’s most compelling escapes and a life transformed. Rory Rennick shows how magician Henry “Box” Bown’s life can serve as an inspirational and motivational blueprint for greater freedom as an artist-and also as a cautionary tale. Valuable presents will be given away!!
4:30-5:30pm: Shoot Ogawa Lecture
5:30-6:30pm: Dinner break/Breakout Jams
6:30-7:15pm: Evening Gala Show
Featuring Magic Gilly, Noah Sonie, Martika, and Shoot Ogawa. Hosted by Erik Tait.
7:15pm-close: Breakout Jams
Sunday, May 2nd
7:00am-Virtual Show Technical Bootcamp with Erik Tait (Additional Fee: $20)
You’ve attended dozens of lectures on how to effectively perform in the virtual space. You’ve written a show that is the best representation of your magic in a zoom format. The digital curtain is about to go up, and you just realized you don’t have a digital curtain. Your zoom show looks bland, and you don’t know the first thing about how to set up your virtual stage. You’ve got the magic, but now you need the tech.
Time to go to Virtual Show Broadcasting Bootcamp.
Your stream surgeon for this 2 hour deep dive into the ins and outs of making a slick virtual show that will leave your audience thinking they are watching a professional broadcast is Erik Tait. He’s the technical mind and live-stream producer for Penguin Magic, he’s helped transition Tik Tok stars with hundreds of thousands of followers to high-quality stream environments on Twitch, and now he’s going to teach you the technical wizardry to make your zoom show look like a million bucks without spending a penny. Students in this workshop will be treated to an in-depth look at how to create scenes, transitions, and on-screen elements that add production value to any zoom show. This is not a magic class, this is a home broadcasting workshop for magicians. Erik will lead students through setting up their virtual stage, effective lighting and audio technique, how to create and manage multicamera setups, and most importantly both the basics of adding overlays and graphics into your zoom show and some advanced techniques that the pros seek him out for. The information in this workshop will be good for both Mac & PC users, and participants will also receive sample artwork they are free to use in their own virtual shows as well as a recording of the workshop for personal use. Level up your zoom show with the Virtual Show Broadcasting Bootcamp.