Jonathan Price and Alex Pandrea are two of New York’s greatest underground magicians. In AM/PMthey show you what real magic looks
with 10 incredible original effects developed with real-world venues in mind. Alex and Jon use everyday props such as cards, money, sugar packets, pens, and matches to achieve stunning results.
AM/PM provides you with an arsenal of jaw-dropping magic. A mix of fully-routined magic and quick visual effects gives you the tools you need to perform successfully in any kind of venue.
Join Alex and Jonathan as they hit the streets of New York City to perform their hard-hitting magic in front of live audiences. Then follow them into the studio, where they provide detailed teaching using multiple camera angles.
- 10 Stunning Routines
- On-the-Street Performances
- Studio-Filmed Explanations
- Filmed in High Definition
- Dolby Digital Sound
- Hilarious Outtakes
Filmed in high-definition by the New York Magic Project, AM/PM helps you to learn great magic quickly, so you can amaze your audiences as soon as possible.
An empty matchbox becomes full in your spectator’s hands. They can examine and keep the box and matches!
2. Between the Backpalms
A spectator’s selected card vanishes from the deck and instantly reappears sandwiched between the magician’s and spectator’s empty hands.
A quick, visual, and surprising production of four cards, using a new two-card flourish.
4. The Coin Mint
A borrowed, signed quarter is transformed into a listerine strip. The quarter is then found inside the listerine pack!
A multi-phase pen routine with a kicker ending that they’ll never see coming!
6. AKT I
An instant transposition of two four-of-a-kinds.
7. The Domino Effect
A unique take on the “Copper/Silver” plot. A pink sugar packet and a white sugar packet magically switch places between the magician’s hand and a spectator’s hand.
8. Cash Back
After the magician fails to find a selected card, he puts his money on the line in order to prevail.
A lighter vanishes into the deck to reveal a card, only to pop back out of the card again.
10. Under and Out
A selected card vanishes from under the spectator’s hand under truly impossible conditions.