I'm Yehuda Lindow and back with ideas on how to organize a stage show.
First, list all of your stage tricks. As you learn a new one, write it down. Don't give it the official name of the trick unless you will be able to remember the trick based on that name. Remember, this list is for you and for no one else to see, so give it an easy-to-remember name.
Now take that list and give each trick its own index card. On the top line at the left, write your name for the trick.
Practice this trick at least three times and time yourself. Take an average of the time and writ the trick's average duration in the top left hand corner in pencil so that, if your act changes a bit, you can change the time. On the lines below, list the supplies. Then write down anything that will help you prepare an act (setup, jokes, each step of the trick, etc.).
Figure out how long your act will last. Use your index cards to pair tricks together until you find the right way for you to keep the flow going. Remember, your show is not a bunch of tricks piled into thirty minutes. It should appear as one long routine, not many short ones.However, if you cannot make tricks run smoothly with each other, just say something along the lines of, "And now for something completely different..."
This usually gets a laugh.
This is what I use when I prepare shows and I hope you will too.