Presented by Josh Zandman
Contained on the pages within, are the secrets to creating some of the most incredible time traveling presentations you could imagine.
15 routines on 100 pages. Tour Guides:
Ted Karmilovich will show you one of the most incredible and impossible headline predictions ever devised. Hand your spectator an actual headline, taken from a newspaper in the future.
Andrew Gerard demonstrates a hypnotic journey into the past where your spectator relives the events of her day. Returning to the past, everything is back to normal except for the time on her watch.
Josh Zandman takes a Q&A routine into the future. Three answers are instantly revealed inside a sealed envelope, held by the spectator before she even answers your questions.
... and Kenton Knepper, Scott Grossberg, Nick Belleas, Greg Arce, Don Theo III, George Frega and Sean Waters.
“This is great. It goes from excellent to genius and nothing less! Useable audience tested stuff that will enhance any act. The Headline/time travel effect by Ted Karmilovich is an outstanding routine. Imagine traveling ahead in time and coming back with the actual printed headline from several days in the future. Killer stuff!” -Tony Razzano
“Take your spectators on a trip through the Twilight Zone and Groundhog Day all at the same time, while completely destroying their sense of reality. And that is only one of the many effects found within. I predict you are in for a real treat!” - Max Krause“The material is excellent. This is what real ‘Theatre of the Mind’ is all about. Some of the most thought-provoking material this year.” -Ben Harris
"An eclectic collection of effects, all with a time travel theme. The effects are so strong that after reading them I feel like I indeed traveled into the future having witnessed a magic performance of a much more advanced kind." -Chris Wasshuber
"I read this book some days ago. Or perhaps next week, I'm not quite sure. It's packed with delicious scripts, a couple of laugh out loud moments and lots of excellent ideas from some of my favorite thinkers." -Timothy Hyde