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Tuesday
Feb172009

MNW #93 :: "BRO" JUSTIN GILBERT

mark wilsonRecently hitting the magic market is Paul Harris's "True Astonishments." TA is the current, definitive, and final legacy of Paul Harris and is considered by many to be one of the most important magic related projects to be released in the last 30 years. "Bro" Justin Gilbert was the Director of the production, the primary demonstrator of the material and collaborated closely with Paul throughout the development of the project. Bro is both a magic performer and consultant having worked with Criss Angel & Johnny Thompson on the first three seasons of Mindfreak. On this episode of the Magic Newswire's "Spirit of Magic" podcast, we talk with Bro about the evolution of True Astonishments from conception to delivery and discuss what it might mean for magic in genera LISTEN TO OUR INTERVIEW WITH BRO GILBERT:

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Here's the trailer to give you just a taste "TRUE ASTONISHMENTS:"

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