Eric Roumestan Lecture
Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
River Ridge, la
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
For over ten years now, Eric Roumestanhas developed his own magic based on rhythm, psychology, and body language, through the magic of topit, sleeving and handling coins.
Street performer and “Put-Pocket”, Eric Roumestan is recognized as one of the best French magicians and one of the most renowned French magicians in the world. He’s an international performer, author, creator and lecturer.
He was awarded in 2008 in National Championship for his creation “French Topit, the Topit without Jacket”. Since 2009, he presented his magic in France, Europe, USA and participated at the F.F.F.F. close-up convention and Escorial in Spain and co-organized the “European Close-up Magic Symposium” in Italy.
Eric is the first magician in the world to be honored with the Bronze Medal of Cultural Influence from “La Renaissance Trancaise”, for his work in magic and to export French culture in the world.
Eric’s lecture will have three acts based on his personal routines:
- 1. Routines and effects using the topit, sleeving and sleight-of-hand
- 2. Some ideas to “load” a spectator with a “lot” of stuff under feet, over heads, into pockets, etc.
- 3. How to use a spectator as a topit, sleeving, and a servant (“loading” and “unloading” a spectator)
His program will include:
- Coin routines
- Card routines
- Body languages
- Psychological approach