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McBride apart is his presentation. Drawing heavily from Japanese Kabuki
theater and smartly incorporating sound and lighting into his individual
pieces, McBride creates a world of mystery and fantasy that takes his
show to a level most magicians can't achieve.
The Harry Potter
phenomenon has proven an audience-building boon for veteran purveyors
of magic like Jeff Bride. “There's a huge interest not only in
magic, but in its mystical aspects and in learning magic,” says
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Resort may not look anything like Hogwarts, the fictional academy where
the "Harry Potter" crowd learned its sorcery. But for the
next few days, the two buildings will have more in common than one might
has always been among the very best magicians who have earned Atlantic
City gaming hall paychecks. As "Magic at the Edge" clearly
illustrates, McBride's brilliance remains intact.