How do you get adults to pay money to watch a children's show? Thom Britton has turbocharged his approach, taking a genre that's usually for kids—the science show—and recreated it for grownups. He'll discuss how he markets and sells tickets for his shows; explain the importance of having an artistic point of view, even when performing in a genre that might not seem to require one; and provide a no-holds-barred outsider's opinion of magic and magicians that will help you self-analyze.
Subscribe to the Scott Green podcast on Apple Podcasts or your favorite Podcatcher app, or follow at scottgreen.podbean.com or using the feed URL scottgreen.podbean.com/feed. You can buy Scott's book, Excellence in Family Magic, and many of his original routines complete with props at scottmakesmagic.com, and subscribe to his new YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/scottgreenmagic. See the lineup for Kidabra at kidabra.org and register for this summer's conference, August 22-25 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
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