For years, Jeff Sheridan made his living -- and his name -- as New York City's most recognizable and skilled street performer. It earned him a substantial write-up and photo in The World's Greatest Magicians text, side by side with Blackstone, Siegfried and Roy, Copperfield, and Henning. And the centerpiece of his street act, his rope routine, attracted all the attention. We solicited his cooperation to recreate every move, every nuance, every idea underlying his routine in which a single length of rope is cut, in which its ends disappear and reappear and scissors ultimately become linked onto the rope.
What Jeff offers are not new effects, but a finely-tuned, balanced presentation which encompasses a series of wonderful illusions with a rope, segued smoothly and effectively into an entrancing routine.
You receive a multi-page manuscript with lots of illustrations and a detailed, comprehensive text. Use your own rope and scissors -- they're ungimmicked. This is the product of a working pro who has graciously allowed all of us to share in his magical moment.