"Which Came First?" Props
- 10 units of the paper-frame prop used in Robert E. Neale's comedy routine, "Which Came First?"
- Limited quantities remain.
Bob Neale's "Which Came First?" (in An Essay on Magic) is a funny routine about chickens and eggs that is illustrated with a frame-like prop that folds in an astonishing number of permutations.
The 6" x 6" prop is colored, two-sided, made of heavy paper, and scored to facilitate its folding. The prop will last for several performances, but not indefinitely.
Because of these qualities, I have had copies of the prop commercially printed; they come 10 to a pack.
Whether you want to perform Bob Neale's "Which Came First?" or merely delight in playing with his extraordinary paper toy, these props are for you!
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"Which Came First" is a unique piece of entertainment that should always exist in your pocket to delight anyone of any age. It is not your "run of the mill gadget" to ambush unwary victims on street corners. It is another piece of brilliance from the genius of Robert Neale. It is a kind of origami with a story that literally moves with your words. Mr. Neale gives you a script, along with the handling in his book, "An Essay on Magic." I strongly recommend that you create your own chat for this piece. I guarantee; it is nothing you have ever seen performed! From personal experience, every time I present this gem, both children and adults are totally captivated. It is small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, and strong enough to pull people away from social media; thus allowing themselves to be given a free ride into this creative experience. Thanks to Larry Hass, all the printing, scoring, and cutting has been done for you.