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Photobucket Just finished staging The Magic of Love at the Philamlife Theater.

I’m drained of energy after a couple of months of conceptualizing the program, writing the script, attending to the technical requirements, conducting marathon rehearsal sessions, plus directing the show and the pressure of performing the closing act.

But we at Inner Magic Club are happy not only because the show received rave reviews but also because we mounted it for a good cause.  Proceeds of the two-and-half-hour show will go to two organ-impaired patients, one is a mother of four children, and the other a gentleman who has gone blind because of kidney disease and other health complications.

I thank all those who came to watch the show. My special gratitude goes to the magic community of the Philippines for enthusiastically supporting the project.  Some of them brought their families to watch the show, thus helping the ticket sales.

As the popular Holiday song goes, “give love on Christmas day,” and we did.  In their own way, the professional magicians of IMC, hobbyists, enthusiasts, fans and lovers of magic shared their talents (on stage, back stage and technical support) to spread love this Yuletide season.Photobucket

Maybe I’m a little presumptuous, but let me make this claim.  Those who spared some time to watch the show will agree with me that it was an evening of great magic and a good opportunity to share kindness with those in need.

Next post: some photos from the show.

Stay magical,