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Two Magicians. One Mic.
"Two Magicians. One Mic" is a podcast designed by working magicians for magicians and performers.
Category: Performing Arts
Location: Los Angeles, CA
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October 01, 2017 01:00 AM PDT
This is a cross over combination episode with Taylor Hughes' amazing About to Break podcast. Taylor Hughes is a full time entertainer with over 20 years of performance experience. He is a featured act on the television series “Masters of Illusion” and was recently presented the awards for “Best Illusion” “Best Comedy Magic” & “Best Showmanship” by the Society of American Magician’s in Los Angeles. Opening Clip: 'Seinfeld Before Seinfeld' on Netflix Please give us five stars on iTunes and subscribe! Email us with questions: twomagiciansonemic@gmail.com Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
September 01, 2017 01:00 AM PDT
Eric Buss has entertained and amazed audiences worldwide. His innovative and high-energy brand of comedy and magic has earned him some of the industry’s top awards, and a reputation as one of the funniest and most original magicians working today. TV Credits Include: America’s Got Talent, The Late Show with David Letterman, Wizard Wars, and Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. Please give us five stars on iTunes and subscribe! Email us with questions: twomagiciansonemic@gmail.com Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
August 01, 2017 09:58 AM PDT
In today's episode Simon Coronel and Nick Paul discuss the pros and cons of going full time professional in your art form. Taking the leap leaving a real job, knowing how it will effect you mentally, finding happiness outside of work, marketing, being business savvy, knowing what types of gigs and clients you want to go after, knowing it's ok NOT to go pro and discussion on the book: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck and the TV show Rick and Morty. Opening Clip: Master of None S02E07 Please give us five stars on iTunes and subscribe! Email us with questions: twomagiciansonemic@gmail.com Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
July 01, 2017 01:00 AM PDT
Nick Paul and Simon Coronel are back for the LA sessions. These will be posted on the first of every month. Please rate us on iTunes and subscribe! In this episode, Nick and Simon chat about their experience producing one man and group Fringe Shows. Both have performed in Fringe festivals world wide, and give their advice on how to go about producing your own theater show. Marketing, budgeting, directing and the do's and don'ts of Fringe Festivals are all discussed. Email us with questions: twomagiciansonemic@gmail.com Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
May 17, 2017 11:58 AM PDT
In the epilogue, Nick Paul and Simon Coronel discuss their experience returning to America and performing for American audiences again. Discussion includes: American/Macau cultural topics, being effected by the change audiences, how our performance abilities have changed after 233 plus shows in three months, disproving the “10,000 Hour Rule”, what was learned by the whole experience, being changed as a person for living in another culture and much, much more! Social Media: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
April 05, 2017 05:43 AM PDT
In the final Macau Session, Nick and Simon dive into Simon’s final week in Macau, the cultural lessons we have learned, the three types of audiences, the five stages of China, Chinese culture (specifically questioning why the taxi cabs don’t have seat belts), performing with the audience instead of for the audience, living truthfully through imaginary circumstances, and much much more! Opening Clip: The Simpson’s Go to China Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
March 21, 2017 03:05 AM PDT
In this episode Nick and Simon discuss; thinking like a bronze medalist, what is life, constant Rick and Morty references, learning and embracing failure, more stories about living in China, Western vs Asian audiences, Taiwan Number One, and more! Opening Clip: Rick and Morty S02 E02 - Mortynight Run Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
March 08, 2017 02:12 AM PST
Nick Paul and Simon Coronel discuss some darker topics this week: Performance Depression, Anxiety, Daryl’s Apparent Suicide at the Magic Castle and much more. Ending Clip: “Hurt’” by Johnny Cash Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
March 01, 2017 04:17 AM PST
This week in China, Simon Coronel and Nick Paul discuss one’s peak ability vs consistent ability, Mac King, taking photos with audience members, less responsive audiences telling the truth, Chris Parnell, magic as an art form, Louie episodes about art and entertaining everyone, seeing the Joker in the audience, seeking the high you get from an amazing audience every time and much more! Opening Clip: “Donald Trump Says ‘China’” by HuffPost Entertainment Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon
February 22, 2017 03:00 AM PST
Two time world champion of magic, Rocco Silano sits down with Nick Paul and Simon Coronel to chat about his time at The House of Magic in Macau. Discussion Topics: “If it fits, sleeve it: Impromptu magic with everyday objects”, Rocco’s take on magic and Zen Philosophy, his time learning from Slydini, performing at The Magic Castle, FISM and much much more! Check out Rocco’s magic lectures and products: www.roccosilano.com Social Media Stuff: @nickpaulmagic @thingsbysimon If you like the show, please rate it! If you hate the show, please don’t.
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