Penn & Teller: Fool Us

Penn and Teller: Fool Us

Penn and Teller: Fool Us. 

Penn & Teller are an amazing “dynamic duo” in magic. As professional magicians and entertainers they have surprised and dazzled thousands of audiences through the years, becoming increasingly familiar in the field of magic and illusions. One of the most well known and popular TV magic shows is “Penn and Teller: Fool Us,” presented by Jonathan Ross.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us The program has received a lot of great reviews and critiques(*). For me I think the program encourages magicians, it doesn’t matter the level, to come to present magic trick routines. The concept of the program is to do something to fool two expert magicians and entertainers, to be clever and smart enough that Penn and Teller can’t guess or figure out the secret. 

But does fooling Penn and Teller make someone a good magician? 

They - Magicians - must be great entertainers, sometimes comedians or musicians or actors, playing the best role of a stage magician.

Magicians also have to be great marketers and business people to find the right niche and promotion for their magic shows.
Whatever aspiring magicians decide they want to do – perform tricks for magicians or entertain general audiences – there is great potential for a career in the business.

The life of a professional magician is a beautiful thing – as long as you know your audience and prepare for it, so that in the end you’re not the one to be fooled. 

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 *Reviews and critiques TV show "Penn & Teller: Fool US" Common Sense | IIMDB | TV.COM

"Penn & Teller: Fool US" 

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