Limelight: This is Mark's very favorite effect that he's ever created You make any spectator the hero, by allowing HER to reveal chosen and thought-of cards from a shuffled deck. SHE becomes the magician and is able to predict any card at any number, and she does so across three phases, each more impossible than the last.
NYC Opener: A lovely way to open any performance. A card cleanly vanishes from the deck and appears in the card box, all under test conditions.
Strange Oblique: This is Mark's handling of the "Which hand" plot. Here, you designate one spectator as "the liar" and all the others as truthtellers. By asking a series of nonsensical, absurd, hilarious questions--like "Would you go on a cycling holiday with her?" or "Would you eat a free taco if a stranger gave it to you?" you're able to perfectly discern who is the liar among all the spectators. No electronics or stooges or pre-show or gaffs are used. It's all encompassed in the delightful presentation.
Includes gimmicks and almost two hours of video instruction.