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  • 9,11/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
  • 8,66/10 Technical skill
  • 9,66/10 Character and acting

10/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
10/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and acting

It needs 10 of all 3 – only the combination of this 3 facts make an act these days extrodinary and different, espesially if you are not COVERD by a huge stage and decoration. Than – the audience only concentrates on the artists. The prop MUST be your “LOVE” – the music MUST be the “AIR” you breath and the Character MUST be seen in your face – without words. All this 3 things together make you different from others, which we have like sand on the beach!

Manuela Lรถffelhardt

10/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
10/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and acting

These three ways are really essential to build and have a professional act recognized as international, that’s why I rated 10/10

Roger Marcello

10/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
9/10 Technical skill
9/10 Character and actingl

Adam Dion Bahoudian

10/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
10/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and acting

The great Louis Jouvet tirelessly said to his pupils “what matters is not what you do, but this is the way you do it…”

Sergio

9/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
8/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and acting

It may seem odd to put technical skill in third place, but from my experience, I know that the public is not always aware of the technical difficulty. Sometimes something simple will surprise him while something very technically complicated will go completely unnoticed. It is however obvious that these 3 things are very important to create a beautiful atmosphere. The more we can develop them, the better the act will be received and perceived.

My master Arturo de Ascanio always said that the magician must have three qualities to be successful, and he must develop them at the highest level: hands, smile and brain. The more balanced they are, the more easily the magical atmosphere is created and becomes powerful.
Hands: the technique
The smile: communication
The Brain: construction of the act

Carlos Vaquera

10/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
8/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and actingl

Nadine Imboden

7/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
9/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and acting

Very hard this one because there are acts that have done very well mainly with an idea. But normally technical skill is a must along with a certain charisma. All 3 are important depending on the job.

Steve Bor

8/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
7/10 Technical skill
8/10 Character and actingl

Pascal Daudey

8/10 Scenery (costume, props, music)
7/10 Technical skill
10/10 Character and actingt

Vostinic Veroljub