As mentioned above, we can wow audiences with large installations and equipment or focus on the people and not the equipment. The low-tech approach is designed to be more intimate and to get people laughing about the content. It's very useful for team building and for getting people to know each other.
We can perform just about any game show you can think of with variations on the popular TV game shows such as the Family Feud, the Match Game, Password, Minute To Win It, the Newlywed Game, the Dating Game, The Hollywood Squares and many others.
We also have a variety of other formats, such as Trivia Nights, Audience Olympiads or Getting to Know You. These are nice options because it has people operating as teams and increases the number of participants and audience involvement. After all, people now have a vested interest in the results as they're competing with the other teams.
There are also a couple of murder mystery game show options. One is a Clue Party, where everyone is a character and they mix and mingle and it comes down to Means, Motive and Opportunity. Another is a Cambridge Solution. This uses a smaller number of your group, from 4-10, as the characters in the murder. They don't "act" per se, but simply answer questions in a fun and relaxing environment. For both of these, the audience also not only competes to find the murderer but also votes on who they think is the best actor.
While we can conduct these shows anywhere in the country, we have a greater presence for performances in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Naples, Fort Myers, the Florida Keys, Boston, New York City, Atlantic City, Washington, DC, Northern Virginia, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Denver, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Silicon Valley, Wine Country of Napa, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson, Portland and Seattle as well as the island of Oahu in Hawaii.
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (866) 219-4386.