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Brian Brushwood, pesulap asal Texas, Amerika mengaku sangat senang bisa tampil bersama pesulap asal indonesia, kemarin malam, Jum’at (3/8) dalam acara Mahakarya Magician 2012 yang digelar di RCTI. Tahun sebelumnya, Brushwood juga pernah tampil di acara ini.
Bagi Brushwood yang merupkan pesulap kelas dunia, tampil di Mahakarya sangat menyenangkan dan penuh tantangan. “Ini kedua kalinya saya tampil diacara ini, ibaratnya seperti reuni keluarga. Karena kesamaan sebagai pesulap, tampil bersama selalu menyenangkan,” kata Brushwood.
Tampil bersama pesulap Indonesia, bagi Brushwood bukan seperti persaingan, sebaliknya saling mengisi. “Sangat luar biasa ketika kami bisa tampil bersama di atas panggung mahakarya ini. Saya sangat menyukain karakter permainan sulap Limbad yang menegangkan dan bisa membuat penonton terpukau ,” kata Brushwood kepada wartawan , Jum’at (3/8). “Sementara saya lebih menampilkan sulap yang bisa membuat penonton tertawa. Sehingga penampilan kami berdua seperti filosofi Yin Yang” kata Brushwood.
Dalam acara Maharkaya ini, Brushwood yang dijuluki Bizarre Magic, sukses memukau penonton melalui permainannya yang disebut Sugery Card Trick. Dimana ia akan membakar sebuah kartu yang akan dipilih acak oleh seorang penonton. Setelah kartu tersebut dihancurkan, penonton akan memakannya, pada permainan ini Brushwood melakukan pembedahan sederhana untuk mengeluarkan kartu tersebut dari perut penonton dalam keadaan utuh.
Tampil di Jakarta, bagi Brushwood tentu tidak lepas dari faktor bahasa. Tapi, Brushwood mengaku selalu berusaha menyesuaikan tampilan dengan penonon yang tidak berbahasa Inggris. “Dalam dunia sulap, selalu ada ruang bagi pesulap yang tampil di atas pentas. Jadi, kesulitan berbahasa Indonesia tidak menjadi masalah karena ada ruang dan sikap penyesuaian,” kata Brushwood.
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