Orlando Fringe 2022 review: ‘Magic in Real Life’ | Things to Do | Orlando

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If the truest exam of a performer’s mettle is their means to deal with adversity, then Canadian Ben Price is deserving of his “best magician awards” (as voted by his mother) centered exclusively on the dogged willpower displayed in the course of his press preview in the deal with of some of the most unhelpful audience volunteers I have ever witnessed an illusionist wrestle with.

Despite frequently choosing contributors who could not include, keep in mind their card or abide by fundamental instructions, Price tag not only managed to avoid disaster by proficiently executing his sleight-of-hand and mentalism outcomes, but he charmed the chaotic crowd with self-effacing aptitude.

Most of his individual tips don’t seem particularly groundbreaking at first, but it’s scarce to come across a magician who can tie his full act with each other the way Cost does in the course of his mystifying social media-assisted finale, significantly considerably less one who can be so funny in the process. The actual magic in Ben Price’s overall performance is how easily he can make 50 minutes vanish.

Tickets and clearly show information: Magic in Authentic Life