Milk Can Escape -Replicates Harry Houdini’s famous escape from a 33- inch high-galvanized steel milk can. The can is filled with water, with no space left at top for air. Rick is handcuffed and lowers himself into the milk can, and the lid shoves him underwater as it is put onto the top of the can and padlocked shut.
Maisel is the only person in the world to perform this escape after the can is electrically arc-welded shut. The milk can is then shielded from the audience by a curtain or smokescreen. In about 30 seconds, Rick, reappears, standing atop the can (dripping wet, gasping for air), which is still padlocked or welded shut. The milk can then may be inspected by anyone from the audience to prove it has no secret trapdoors or escape routes. The escape typically is performed in 10 to 15 minutes. In virtually any indoor or outdoor activity (Also, as a part of larger show, possible).