Master of Ceremonies
There are very few books on the art of being an M.C. Yet it is a job that every magician and performer is called upon to do -- sometimes when it is least expected. As a part of your profession,
This book covers the important aspects of being an effecting Compere (Master of Ceremonies, etc.). From introductions to performing. This little book is a must have for anyone who is in the business of "MC-ing".
The only book of its kind! A great collection of comedy blackouts for magicians and others, to add variety and spice to shows. A "blackout" is a quick bit of stage business, usually verbal, that ends in a snappy punch line on which (if possible) the lig
CURES FOR HECKLERS AND OTHER PROBLEMS! In this book you'll find an incredible amount of good lines to use when those inevitable accidents happen. No matter how experienced a performer you are (magician,
The complete guide to dealing with every performer's worst nightmare. One day you will be heckled. Will you know what to do? Keith Fields' amazing book will teach you the art of self defense against hecklers. "Since
The complete art of the Master of Ceremonies. Suppose you were asked to serve as master of ceremonies on a program. What would you do and how would you do it? This handy little booklet reveals the complete art of mastering the ceremonies. Based on the
The first publication in "The McDuff Trilogy" (consisting of an aggregate total of four books - McDuff always does things strangely) was The M.C. Bit Book. Published April 01, 1980, it has become a minor classic. The book was a
How to be an entertaining Master of Ceremonies is covered in this book. You'll find the routines included to be entertaining and easy to do.
A 7 minute comedy act for platform use. This is the type of act that an emcee might do in front of the curtain waiting for the next act to be set up. No tricks (other than a suggested finale), essentially a series of comic invention