Holiday party planning can be an art. Every little detail, from the decorations to the entertainment, can make a big difference when planning a holiday party. A party planner wants to make sure that any entertainer, whether it be a comedian, live painter or magician, fits with the overall tone of the events. Taking into account the age groups and interests of attendees can also be important.
A holiday party planner can make the event special for anyone attending an event by booking a funny comedian with a sense of humor that appeals to different groups. When it comes to holiday party planning, it is important to consider what type of entertainment will appeal to a group of employees, friends or family members when putting together a corporate or private holiday party. A talented comedian with an individual talent, such as making shadow puppets can leave guests talking about a holiday party for years to come.
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Live event painter Heidi Schwartz adds to the atmosphere of any event by painting the holiday party, anniversary, birthday celebration or wedding. The artist uses impressionistic images, mixed with symbols and abstract objects, to capture the events going on around her. The artist ventured into live painting while working as a singer in Nashville. After each event, the artist presents the paintings to the companies or individuals who hired her as a memento of the special occasion.
Bob Stromberg is known for his storytelling abilities, physical humor, and shadow puppets. The clean comedian has performed all over the world, at events such as conferences, retreats, and private parties. He is the author of two best-selling books and a co-developer of the highly-acclaimed play “Triple Espresso.”
Tom Cotter makes an impression on audiences with his rapid style of telling jokes and slightly improvisational style. The comedian is best known for being the runner-up on season seven of the NBC show “America’s Got Talent.” He has appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Last Comic Standing,” “Comics Unleashed” and “Premium Blend.” He has been featured in his own Comedy Central special and gotten screen time on the film “Next Stop Wonderland.” The comedian has performed all over the world, in major cities such as London, Beijing and Washington DC.
Standup comedian and radio show host Daren Streblow connects with audiences through his observational style of comedy. Known as the “King of Uncool,” the comic often makes fun of himself in his standup routines. The funny hosts the syndicated radio program “The Daren Streblow Comedy Show” and has opened for Weird Al Yankovic. He has performed for a vast array of audiences, including youth groups and churches.
Comedian Bill Arnold’s unorthodox style of inept, comedy-based magic adds to his likeability factor. For 17 years, the comedian starred in the comical play “Triple Espresso” before venturing out to do standup. These days, he often does corporate and fundraising events, but he has performed in different types of venues all over the country.
A standup comedian, unorthodox magic act or live painter can add to the atmosphere of any holiday event. Nothing will build camaraderie in a group like a shared laugh. Party planners just want to make sure to choose the right type of act to fit with the overall theme and vibe of the party.