I was talking with a mentalist this week.
How weird is it to be hired for the exact same gig yet both come with an entirely different set of props, skills, and presentations?
This kind of is an addition to some of my previous thoughts on mindreaders.
There’s something about the inherent trust and connection when it comes to the idea of mindreading, in direct opposition to the contrarian chase of the magician by an audience member.
I had guests come to me talking about the person who’ll read their mind. When I work with many other magicians, the guests ask me about the other guy who’ll show them tricks. That’s an important difference.
Whether it’s embraced or pushed against is completely up to you.