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Please Enjoy Some of our Favorite Moments with Some Magical People!
An audience participant does some magic!
Chains can be overcome, but it sometimes takes a bit of help!
Straitjackets are never comfortable. This one was tough!
An audience participant discovers something from a magic book!
A young assistant displays an empty bag with magical results!
Sometimes, you feel as if you're chained down, but you can choose to pass through your bonds!
A marvelous, magical intergenerational group at Benevilla!
Rook attempts to tell what words this lovely assistant is reading without being able to see her.
We often feel a bit constrained, but there are no inescapable situations!
The absolute joy on this child's face while visiting Dustin Bunny is incredible!
Dustin gets a magical visitor after the show!
When 150 children send their magic to the stage, wonderful things happen!
Some of these bags are safe for Rook to slam his hand upon. But which? The audience gets to decide by trusting their own intuition.
A group of children engaged in a magic show of wonder and excitement!
Using their intuition, the audience chooses which bag is safe!
A bit of rope and a lot of magic!
Children wait in anticipation to see what happens next.
Setting up before the show at the Dysart Community Center!
Rook engages the children's imagination and attention.
Sometimes things can be a bit hard to swallow. Rook illustrates with razor blades.
Rook explores the nature of the impossible. While holding a carrot. We're not sure why.
The wonder of Magic and Relationships illustrated by a piece of rope!
Making a connection with others is important, especially if you intend to read their minds!
Sometimes, you work with the cards you're dealt.
Sometimes, we're quite certain that the whole reason they put Rook in the stratitjacket is to get a look inside his hat!
When you refuse to be tethered, you learn to fly.
Even a small amount of magic can provide a sense of wonder and the realization that anything is possible.
With a bit of flexibility (note the hand), there are no situations that cannot be overcome.
Pay no attention to that magician behind the curtain!
The imperial guard look on as Rook reads the minds of some passers-by at the Children's Tumor Foundation's NF-1 Walk. They suspect Jedi influence.
A simple moment of astonishment can open entire worlds.
Making a connection with another person can be magical. So can reading. Both at the same time is incredible!
We often feel chained to the things that hold us down. Rook illustrates how those chains are sometimes an illusion.
A simple rope trick can teach about connections and community,
A straitjacket escape at the Children's Tumor Foundation NF-1 Walk fundraiser brings an extra dimension to the event.
Black rocks turn into diamonds as we recognize that we are truly remarkable despite what others may tell us.
Superheroes and Super Heroic Children look on as Rook escapes the restraining belt.
Sometimes, when you get to know someone, you wonder "How did all of this fit inside of one individual?"
Harry the Dove arrives to explore our sense of the unexpected!
We often bring into the world the kind of thing we expect
Hope S. Pocus, the magic rabbit, makes an unexpected appearance.
The Phoenix Coyotes' Howler closes his eyes as Rook struggles within the straitjacket.
Children look on as Rook performs magic with themes of empowerment and hope.
Making a connection is one of the most magical things we can do
Rook performs the linking ropes at the 2014 HopeWalk.
Somehow this very intuitive audience was able to select the face that matched a hidden picture!
Pyewackett the Rabbit makes his debut!
Rook by the Meaningful Magic banner at the 2014 HopeWalk.
The Stormtroopers appear quite suspicious as to what this magician is up to at the Children's Tumor Foundation NF-1 fundraiser!
We often find ourselves bound in the chains of our own making. Escaping them may be easier than they look.
People are very magical. You get out what you put in.
Rook poses with the Phoenix Coyotes' Howler and Spirit, the Fiesta Bowl mascot.
The Phoenix Coyotes' Howler assists Rook with a straitjacket escape. Rook's hat looks pretty good on him!
Escaping a straitjacket in the Phoenix Summer Sun is not always easy...but no situations are impossible.
Local superheroes ensure that Rook is secured inside the restraining belt.
With a bit of flexibility, persistence, and willingness, you'll find that no situations are inescapable.
Rook ensures that he is buckled tightly enough. With humorous results!
Some situations may be quite difficult. Working them out takes patience and practice.
Rook is buckled into a straitjacket!
A child assists by cutting a rope to illustrate how we might interact with others
Children and their teacher are waiting to see what happens next.
Sometimes, the things were told by those we trust may make us feel useless, like insignificant stones that eventually weigh us down.
With patience and practice, you can get through the most difficult situations.
A woman thinks of a bird, and it is manifested at Valley West Senior Center
It is critical to make a solid connection with your participants. Especially if you intend to read their minds!
Sometimes, I'm convinced that the reason that they like the straitjacket escape is that it affords the opportunity to sneak a look at the magician's hat!
Sometimes, the smallest effect can have the greatest impact. Note the number of cellphones used to record this...some child will be posting this on YouTube, I'm sure!
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