17 May, 2021

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120 minutes airborne, how did he do it?

If you have the opportunity to witness the performance of the magician Jorge Luis Silva, director of the Daydreaming company you will be surprised. Sure, that is why we call that magic. However, this time Silva presents a completely different show in the Sol Palmeras Hotel located in Varadero .

If you have the opportunity to witness the performance of the magician Jorge Luis Silva, director of the  Daydreaming company you will be surprised. Sure, that is why we call that magic. However, this time Silva presents a completely different show in the Sol Palmeras Hotel located in Varadero .

He is not accompanied by the usual scenery, no tables with tablecloths and dark mysterious gadgets, just as statues detainees for 120 minutes, which you can reach out and touch. We named static magic, for the variant does not exist. We know about the magic up close, door, hall, but nothing about this. Normally our magicians perform tricks on stage, away from the public, in which case you can touch the illusion, “said the artist.

The details of the staging reflect the contribution of the magician Silva to the cause of the Cuban Five, this time it becomes a magical claim because five small cells and two of them broken are seen to represent the prison still suffer three of our brothers. In the other set  16 bars are distinguished as a symbol of two years in prison and the typical yellow ribbon. “

It also carries a peculiar trick, because it gives his business card to foreign tourists with an email address to locate on the Internet, allegedly the technical data; when people access it then find all the information related to the case of the Five.

From 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, airborne, they were  still as statues. How did he do it? Although onlookers approached, they looked from north to south and from east to west, the enigma will always remain, because a magician never reveals his secrets.

 

Original text by Dunielys Díaz Hernández on September 29th, 2014