Let's talks virtual magic shows with Alex Ramon! It's episode 63 of Magicians Talking Magic

Today we’re chatting about virtual magic shows with Alex Ramon.

We taped this interview for the Magician Masterclass Inner Circle during the first two months of the pandemic outbreak when Alex was presenting his 35 in 35, thirty-five shows in thirty-five days. What’s super interesting revisiting this interview for today’s podcast episode was just how spot-on Alex's insight continues to be.

We discuss the key differences between live and virtual magic shows, what types of material you need to select, who Alex Ramon recommends following for social media advice, and so much more.

Alex's is an incredibly hard worker who has headlined some of the biggest magic shows in the world, he shares his twenty years of experience through the mindset of virtual performing.

This is a fantastic chat that I think you’re going to really enjoy.

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