Interlude (sometimes known as “A-Frame”) consists of a vertical frame, which encloses the magician up to just below his arms. Struts extend out from either side, ending in handles for the magician to grip so that his arms are fully stretched. The frame is vertically divided into two sections, a lower one reaching up to his knees, and an upper one from his thighs to his mid chest. The lower section remains open during the illusion, and the audience can see through it between the magician’s legs and through the corresponding opening at the back. The upper section, which encloses his torso and upper legs is also open at front and back. During the performance, a screen is placed over the front opening. An assistant then steps behind the magician and pushes from back to front through the screen passing completely through the magician.
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