Last updated on November 12th, 2019 at 06:07 am
In business, it can become difficult to brainstorm unique corporate holiday party ideas. For many, the annual corporate holiday party is a much-anticipated staple of what can otherwise be a stressful time of year—shopping expenses, crowds and end-of-the-year deadlines can dim even the jolliest of holiday spirits. Properly utilizing unique corporate holiday party ideas will provide employers and employees alike a unique reprieve from the usual work grind, as well as an opportunity to kick back with colleagues in a new environment. However, it can sometimes be difficult for planners to come up with unique corporate holiday party ideas.
The following five performers offer unique, enthralling entertainment that can turn your corporate event into a stellar experience that will have colleagues raving by the water cooler for ages!
All artists have been acclaimed by different critics, and some have made waves on hit media platforms such as “America’s Got Talent.” From a comedic and magical cabaret, to a transformative puppeteer, these entertainers are sure to make for an event your staff will never forget.
Five Unique Corporate Holiday Party Ideas
Heidi Schwartz can offer an eclectic experience with live painting followed by a live auction. As colleagues enjoy prosciutto and rich cabernet, blank canvases will evolve into distinguished pieces of art. The live auction that follows allows partygoers to let loose and shout it out as they vie for their favorite pieces.
Fresh-faced Adam Trent has made his mark in the entertainment world as a quadruple threat, blending magic, comedy, dance and music into quite the spellbinding act. Trent charismatically oscillates between each genre with precision, leaving audiences roaring with awes and laughter.
Enigmatically engaging, it is no wonder that the unique ensemble of Catapult shadow dancers have been featured on “America’s Got Talent.” The dancers—masked using a shadow screen—contort themselves into the likeness of various objects and scenarios, from a pair of shaking fists to a beating human heart!
Both innovative and interactive, comedian Bob Stromberg does not offer a typical puppet show. With the help from selected audience members, Stromberg hilariously segues into different short stories using shadow puppets. Arrays of characters contort and come to life through Stromberg’s “handy” puppetry, leaving audiences tickled.
Using only his hands, sand and a light table, Joe Castillo offers a profoundly riveting experience to audiences. Bit by bit, Castillo brings different stories to life with his sand art. For the holiday season, Castillo has perfected the visual retelling of famous scenes and figures of the Holidays.
Who says corporate events have to be boring? Why should brainstorming ideas be an extra point of stress during the rush of the season? There is no need for an employer to rack his/her brain for party ideas. Whether choosing a painter, a comedian, a puppeteer or a shadow dancer, the entertainment will be sure to make for a spectacular night with our unique corporate holiday party ideas.
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