Ring 211 February 2019 Report

Our February workshop was presented by MagicBob Zoerman. He and his wife, SuZie, had just returned from two trips. One was their trip to India again in which he performs magic shows and she does her chalk art. Two other magi also were on this trip but did a different set of cities. In three weeks, they all performed 38 shows with an audience attendance of over 50,000 people. The other trip was a tour through Israel with a native as the guide. The focus of the workshop was that MagicBob performed seven tricks which were all made in India. He also had these for sale. The tricks were: Mental Dye, Shimmed Bicycle Cards, PK Rings, Okito Boxes, Super Mental Dye — Brass, Finger Chopper, and Wonders of the World (four card prediction routine). He also had some giveaways such as card packet tricks, magic routine writings, and the like from the June Horowitz Estate Sale. These giveaways were souvenirs to remember her. Thanks MagicBob.

Tonight was High Risk Magic with Ring 211 President Jeff Brodrick as our emcee. The focus was that each performer was performing a trick which enlightened some danger. Jeff performed a torn and restored tape routine. MagicBob Zoerman presented a book test with a “hangman” scenario in which he broke away as he retrieved the book. Randy Vander Wal successfully escape from chain cuffs. Dennis Favreau really got into this topic. He invited Jennifer Elkowitz to join him in showing the crowd what “he had learned at a cooking institute.” There was an array of cooking utensils, vegetables, dog food — bagged and canned, etc. Among the demonstration, Dennis ate from a bag of dog food, put a skewer through his hand, ate some canned dog food, swallowed a few big spoonfuls of mayo, smashed a bottle and enjoyed the chewing of the pieces of glass, sliced through his finger instead of the food, and drank a glass of gasoline finishing the aftertaste with a glass of window cleaner. Freaky and the element of danger was sure displayed by Dennis!

Tonight was another night of magic and fun. We thank all who came to the meeting and, of course, our performers.

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