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Words Related to Performing Arts - Magic

Here you will learn some English words related to magic such as "levitation", "teleportation", and "dove pan".

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assistant's revenge
[noun]
a magic trick where the assistant appears to take control over the magician in a surprising or humorous way
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bill in lemon
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a magic trick where a borrowed bill or object appears inside a lemon, creating a surprising effect
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bullet catch
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a dangerous magic trick where a performer catches a fired bullet, often with their hand or mouth, for thrilling effect
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predicament escape
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a magic trick where a performer escapes from a dangerous or challenging situation using skill, technique, or props, creating a suspenseful performance
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Chinese linking rings
[noun]
a classic magic trick where metal rings are visibly linked and unlinked by a magician, creating a mesmerizing display of visual magic
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dove pan
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a magic prop used to produce a live dove or small animal from an apparently empty container, often with fire or other theatrical effects
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abracadabra
[noun]
a magical incantation or word used in performances to create wonder, often accompanied by gestures or actions
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thumb tip
[noun]
a hollow, flesh-colored plastic tip used in magic tricks to conceal and produce small objects for surprising effects
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gibeciere
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a term used in magic for a prop or bag used to carry and organize a magician's props, typically small items, for organized performances
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Topit
[noun]
a hidden pocket or pouch used in magic tricks to secretly conceal and produce objects for surprising effects
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platform magic
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a type of performance using larger props and illusions on a raised stage, typically for larger audiences in theatrical settings
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Indian rope trick
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a legendary magic trick involving a rope suspended in mid-air, creating an impossible and mysterious effect
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Miser's Dream
[noun]
a classic magic trick where a magician produces an seemingly endless amount of coins from thin air, creating a surprising and visually stunning effect
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table of death
[noun]
a magic illusion where sharp objects are passed through or around a performer lying on a table, creating a thrilling spectacle
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Ambitious Card
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a classic card magic routine where a chosen card repeatedly rises to the top of the deck despite being placed in the middle, creating a visually impressive and surprising effect
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Zarrow shuffle
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a popular false shuffle used in card magic to create the illusion of shuffling while keeping the cards in their original order, named after its creator, Herb Zarrow
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three-card trick
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a game in which three cards are laid face down and the players who guess the queen card right win the money that all the players had bet
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scotch and soda
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a classic magic trick that involves a seemingly impossible transposition of a coin and a miniature coin in a spectator's hands, creating a surprising and baffling effect
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hot foil trick
[noun]
a magic routine that uses a heated tool to create an illusion of writing or drawing appearing on paper, metal, or other surfaces, creating a visually stunning and mystifying effect
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Glorpy
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a magic prop that is a stretchable and animated cloth used for tricks and routines that create a playful and entertaining effect
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French drop
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a classic coin manipulation technique in magic where a coin appears to be transferred from one hand to another, but is secretly retained in the original hand
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floating match
[noun]
a classic magic trick where a matchstick appears to defy gravity and levitate in mid-air, creating a visual illusion of it floating without any visible means of support
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detachable thumb
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a magic prop that creates the illusion of a thumb being detached and reattached, allowing for various tricks and routines
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cups and balls
[noun]
a classic magic routine where small balls appear, vanish, and translocate under three cups, creating a captivating display of skill and misdirection
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Asrah levitation
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a dramatic illusion where a person appears to levitate and then dematerialize while covered by a cloth, creating a mysterious and otherworldly effect
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teleportation
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the hypothetical ability to instantly transport matter from one place to another without physically moving it through space
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levitation
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the act of making an object or person appear to float or rise into the air without any visible means of support
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stage magic
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illusions and tricks performed on a theatrical stage with grand-scale props, lighting, and stagecraft for a captivating audience experience
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close-up magic
[noun]
***magic performed in an intimate setting usually no more than 3 meters from one's audience and is usually performed while sitting at a table.
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escapology
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the practice or study of escaping from restraints, confinement, or dangerous situations, often performed as a form of entertainment
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mentalism
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a form of magic that involves feats of mind reading, psychic abilities, and psychological manipulation to create the illusion of extraordinary mental powers
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theatrical seance
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a staged or performed event that simulates a spiritualistic gathering or communication with the spirits of the deceased
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street magic
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a form of close-up magic performed in public places, such as streets, parks, or other outdoor settings, usually for unsuspecting audiences
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quick-change
[noun]
a type of magic act in which performers rapidly change costumes or appearance in a seemingly impossible or instantaneous manner
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four coin matrix
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a close-up magic routine where four small objects, usually coins, appear to magically move and gather together under the performer's hands, creating a visually captivating effect
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