Bob Stromberg has been called “a mesmerizing physical comedian” by the Chicago Sun-Times.
In 2015, “That Wonder Boy” – written by Bob – won him the “Best One-Man Show” and two other awards at the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival in New York.
He is a multi-talented man. Plus, his clean comedy is appropriate for all ages. But how did he come so far?
“Triple Espresso” and “That Wonder Boy”
“Triple Espresso … A Highly Caffeinated Comedy” is a vaudeville-style comedy that premiered in 1996. It was first put on a stage in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It holds the record for the longest continuously running show in San Diego.
This three-man show was written by Bob Stromberg, Bill Arnold, and Pearce Donley.
Bob was playing Bobby Bean, an irrepressible but not-too-sharp entertainer. The entire show was designed to make way for a series of clean-comedy sketches. By showcasing their talents, they were telling the story of how they got there.
“That Wonder Boy” is a one-man show written by Bob as well. It tells the story of growing up in the ’50s and ’60s.
The show received great reviews and after a few years and some tweaks, it became a “hit”.
Bob Stromberg’s Success at The United Solo Theatre Festival in New York
The autobiographical show “That Wonder Boy”, written by Bob won three awards. He won the “Best One-Man Show” award. Risa Brainin, the director of the play, was honored as best director.
The play took home a third award as well – The Backstage Audience Award, which is an online poll sponsored by Backstage Magazine. What’s more interesting is that it was all possible thanks to Bob Stromberg’s fans.
They made it to the competition by running an Indiegogo campaign. The fans helped them overachieve their goal, by 8%.
About Bob’s Clean Comedy
Mr. Stromberg is not your usual stand-up comedian. His shows are appropriate for all ages or faiths. Clean comedy is the style he loves and enjoys performing.
So far, he’s performed at hundreds of corporate events and fundraisers. He’s left a strong positive impression on Fortune 500 companies like:
- General Mills
- American Family Insurance
Bob Stromberg has also performed for greater and noble causes. He helped charity organizations like:
- The American Cancer Society
- The American Brain Tumor Association
- Children’s Hospitals
- United Way
Here’s an example of how Bob performs on stage:
Why You Should Book Bob Stromberg for Your Next Event
As you can see, Bob’s comedy is clean and safe. He’s talking about his life without exaggerating or using R-rated words.
He connects with the audience and tailors his show accordingly. He is not only funny but knows how to put up a great hand show or physical comedy.
He never offends. That is a crucial aspect when you’re looking to book an entertainer. If it’s a corporate event or a charity gala, you need to make sure your attendees won’t be insulted.
Bob understands the event is not about him, but about you, your guests, and your message.
He keeps your audience engaged the entire period of the show.
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