How do you make the classic Gypsy Thread routine play even better in your show? Well, Tony Clark has the answer! He's added a helium balloon.
The string that holds your helium balloon is broken into several smaller pieces. You gently rub the pieces together into a small ball of string. Then, holding it at the tips of your fingers, you entangle it onto the remaining strand which dangles from the balloon. When your release the balloon, it starts to rise, tugging on the string. Starting slowly at first, the balloon floats up into the air as the string stretches out full length -- the pieces are magically restored! The best part? You can give the balloon to anyone in your audience. The balloon and string are completely examinable.
"This is one of the strongest pieces I've ever created. I used it to close my hit show "Masters of Magic" in the 1200 seat Montbleu theater in Lake Tahoe!" Tony Clark
Watch the video clip and see creator Tony Clark’s presentation in his large theater. There are so many scripting possibilities because the balloon and string can represent many of the challenges that kids, adults and the corporate world encounter every day.
Tony believes Gypsy Balloon is one of the strongest pieces of magic he has ever created. The beauty of this effect is its flexibility. It can be performed for large audiences in a theater or banquet room, or at a small elegant private party, a library or school or even a kids birthday party. Just modify your patter based on the demographics of your audience and it'll always be a huge hit.
You get an instructional DVD with concise, easy-to-understand instructions and 30ft of thread (enough to last for more than a dozen performances). Get Gypsy Balloon and start taking your magic shows to new heights!