El Circo de la Diva Singh

A great magic performance consists of a collection of tiny lies, in words and deeds, that are stacked and arranged ingeniously to form the battlement for an illusion.

It´s a delicate battle of wits-an audience that welcomes being deceived, then dares to be fooled, alternately questioning , prodding, and surrendering.

A great magician seems always to play catch-up to their thoughts but secretly must stay two stops ahead-not only solicitous and anticipating, but suggesting.

“Hiding the elephant”  Jim Steinmeyer