This illusion plans pdf package details three ‘girl in box’ type illusions. In the tradition of Modern Art, Mini Kube Zag and the Zig Zag Girl, J C Sum offers three different illusions that can be added to the modern illusionist’s repertoire.
- Multi-vide (from Equilateral 3)
- Wall 2 Wall (from Equilateral 3)
- Dekolta’s Dilemma (from Urban Illusions)
All three illusions require only one assistant and can be performed surrounded.
A tall thin cabinet elevated off the floor is seen on stage. Extension arms with shelves can be seen extending out from the sides of different parts of the cabinet.
An attractive girl enters the stage and is coaxed into the box through doors opened at the back of the box.
Six solid metal blades are thrust through the sides of the cabinet, dividing it into four equal-sized parts. The divided sections of the cabinet are removed and rearranged so that different sections rest on different support arms to create an interesting stacked pattern of four separate boxes.
The front door of each box is opened to reveal the girl’s body divided into different sections as well. Her head, upper torso, lower torso & upper legs and lower legs are each seen in separate boxes. Each box is too small to actually contain the entire body of the girl.
The sequence is reversed and the girl emerges from the cabinet in one piece!
Wall to Wall
Two walls each about 1.5” thick are displayed. The walls are each mounted onto a dolly so that they can be wheeled around easily. The walls are positioned adjacent to a beautiful girl posing on stage. She stretches out her arms so that each wall is at arm’s length from her. Behind the girl, a roller blind is stretched open from one wall to the other.
Another roller blind is stretched open from one wall to the other in front of the girl, obscuring her from view. The front of this roller blind has a graphic of the girl with her arms stretched out, mirroring the actions of the girl inside.
The two walls are now pushed forward towards each other. Slowly but surely, the space between the walls is reduced as the walls get closer together. Eventually, the two walls are pressed completely together without an inch to spare.
The walls are pulled apart and the front roller blind is released revealing the girl unharmed and in a different costume.
The stage curtains open to reveal a crate resting on a dolly. The illusionist & assistant open the top of the crate and remove a chair from the crate. The chair is placed upright onto the crate and the assistant steps up and sits down on it. The illusionist then covers her with a sheet of cloth; her seated form clearly seen underneath the cloth. Instantly, the illusionist whisks away the cloth to reveal that the assistant has vanished.
Just as the audience’s attention is drawn to the crate underneath, the illusionist tugs at a rope that instantly releases four sides of the crate to open like a flower petal, showing that it is completely empty!
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