Lincoln Kamm – Penguin Live Lecture (July 12th, 2015)
“In the years I’ve known Lincoln I have seen him entertain, amuse and baffle many a crowd. Along with his performing skills, he has shown the ability to create and invent many unique magic and mentalism effects.” – Greg Arce
“Lincoln is an inspiration. As a performer he brings a positivity and joy that leaves his audiences members feeling connected to him and, amazingly, to each other as well. As a creator and maker, he is on the highest level.” – Nabil Murday
“Lincoln has such fun and original ways to of creating and performing magic, and I love the warm and loving ways he treats his audiences.” – Dean Dill
“I’m so pleased with Lincoln’s new products. The amount of time he spent on the design and development was indeed well spent. Great stuff!” – Jon Stetson
What will he teach?
Cats and Dogs – An updated version of the popular card routine I created for my Close-Up Room shows At the Magic Castle.
Jerky Cousin Copper / Silver – Funny copper/silver also created for my Magic Castle Close-Up Room shows.
Borrowed coin to impossible location – A borrowed quarter vanishes and that EXACT SAME coin reappears in a seemingly impossible location.
Half Dozen Coin Production – Make 6 coins appear at once, as if out of now where.
Gigantic Coin Transformation – Turn a regular coin into an enormous 5 inch wide coin (or many other fairly large objects).
Tips On Tricks for Getting Tips – Advice on what kind of tricks as well as body language and phrasing to get tips when doing walk-around magic.
Mentalist paper balls over the head – In this funny routine, everyone in the audience knows what the spectator on stage is thinking.
That Looks Disturbing – Mess with spectators mind using subtle this technique. They won’t know how to describe what happened to them, but everyone else will enjoy their reaction.
Also, learn how to make your own professional looking customized card effects, as well as how to easily make your own hidden gimmicks to help you produce all sorts of objects.
You’ll get insight on Lincoln’s approach to creating effects, pushing your own routines to higher levels of entertainment, impromptu slights with anything around you, audience management, and so much more!
Who is he?
Lincoln is famous for his high-end and sophisticated, yet very funny and friendly style of entertainment.
He started performing magic at the age of 8, and by the time he was 11 he started doing it professionally.
Lincoln has performed over 200 shows at the world-famous Magic Castle since 2005, and has been called on to perform for Harrah’s Casino, special events for Disney Studios, Pixar, and numerous other corporate and private events.
Each of Lincoln’s unique shows feature a personalized blend of interactive mind reading, comedy, and sleight-of-hand artistry.