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This blog details the "backstage business" of professional illusionist, illusion designer, author & show producer, J C Sum.
It also explores how creative & artistic individuals can position themselves to be commercially successful in their respective fields.
Whether you are an entertainer, film-maker, designer, musician, artist, actor or animator, this blog strives to offer insights based on the art, science and business of one of Asia’s most commercially successful practitioners of the magic arts.
Tag Archives: Larry the Escape Guy
With Ning and Matthew both out of the country respectively for a short holiday, a skeletal crew is left in Singapore. However, work in Concept:Magic still goes on with Larry the Escape Guy performing his unique stage show tonight. One of our … Continue reading
Concept:Magic’s latest comedy escape magician “Larry the Escape Guy” has a brand new promo video. It is a little teaser of what to expect from his show. Watch his brand new video below or on YouTube here. Larry is steadily … Continue reading
A big part of “Magic Day” for Ning & myself was meeting all our friends/ fans/ magic aquantainces! We are so thankful for the support from so many people who came down just to meet us & watch us perform. … Continue reading
At 4pm, the first free show of “Magic Day” kicked off. As one of the objectives of the event was to educate the public on different kinds of magic, the goal was to showcase different types of magic shows throughout … Continue reading
In case my entry on my lecture (as part of the ticketed “Special Session with J C Sum & ‘Magic Babe’ Ning” during Magic Day @ The Arena) was a bit misleading, this entry is to clear things up. The … Continue reading
After our two “Ultimate Magic” shows, Ning, Ade and myself dropped by a community event where Larry was scheduled to perform. This was the first time we could actually see Larry live in performance due to our daily performance schedule. … Continue reading
Over the last 6 years, I’ve had the chance to produce several non-magic acts. These included primarily fire, escape and even puppet shows (under Mighty Magic Factory). This gave me a chance to research and study these allied variety arts, … Continue reading