The curtain opens on a graveyard.
The backdrop shows black silhouettes of trees rising up to a
midnight blue sky twinkling with stars and a full October moon
with a few whispy clouds trying to hide it. The lighting is blue,
occasionally broken by a white spotlight as needed after
all, this IS a show.
A few feet from the background is
a picket style fence made of skeleton bones rather than of wood.
On the downstage side of the
fence are a few tombstones, most of them leaning or fallen.
From behind one of the
tombstones, a coffin rises, standing erect. The coffin lid opens
towards the audience, and the magician, dressed in white, is seen
inside. He opens his eyes and steps out. Good evening.
Welcome to the Boneyard.
What kind of things happen in the
Boneyard? Several variations on the Floating Skull, a Die Box
Skull effect these are just some of our favorite things
and they will be explained in this e-Book.
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