True ColorsSep 27 2013
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True Colors is a personality system that will help individuals discover their passions and strengths. When used in conjunction with one of our team building games True Colors takes the experience and outcomes to another level.
True Colors has been around since 1979 when Don Lowry modeled it as a graphical presentation of both Keirsey’s Temperament and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. It is a simple method to discover your passion and find the work you love.
Are you a thinker, always analyzing, like a GREEN? Do you prefer inspiring people and building their self-esteem as a BLUE? Are you the responsible one who is always on time and keeping everyone else on time like a GOLD? Or do you thrive on entertaining and persuading people, like an ORANGE?
HOW IT WORKS: Our certified facilitator takes your group through the True Colors testing, evaluations and discovery program. Each of us has our own style, preferences and ways of operating—so how can we all work together? True Colors is a simple method for gaining insights into why people behave as they do. This interactive, fun-filled workshop helps you bring relationships to a whole new level as you express your own uniqueness and increase your understanding of others. Learn how to turn irritation into appreciation and conflict into cooperation by opening up lines of communication, embracing differences and bringing out the best in everyone.
SPACE REQUIREMENTS: An area large enough to accommodate your group at tables.
DURATION: 1/2 day and full day.
GROUP SIZE: 2 – 40 persons
To Kill a SpySep 27 2013
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You’ve never experienced a mystery like this before! We have a Top Secret new interactive murder mystery that has your group playing secret agents! It’s a team building program, a mystery and a game of espionage in one. Should you accept this mission, read on.
There’s no sitting around watching this mystery because all of you are in it. Your group works in teams to find the suspects, question them, collect clues, bribe witnesses and catch a treacherous enemy spy!
THE MISSION: Who is the killer? That isn’t the mystery! We know who the killer is, it’s you! You have a double O, a license to kill. The mystery is… who is the mole? Which of the suspects is the double agent who has been secretly working for the enemy? Your mission is to identify the leak and plug it. You will be issued a weapon and once you discover the mole’s identity, eliminate him or her. But time is running out. The mole won’t be sticking around much longer. Your team needs to catch this traitor before they escape with valuable classified information. Good luck. These instructions will self destruct in 60 seconds.
- Problem Solving
- Planning and Execution
- Time Management
- Morale Boosting
SPACE REQUIREMENTS: This team mystery game can be played in a park, a mansion, on a boat, at a resort or hotel, at a conference facility, on city or town streets, or any other venue with multiple locations where the spies can hide in the shadows. A private space large enough to accommodate your entire group is needed for the start and finish of the mission.
DURATION: 1 – 3 hours. We also offer a customized version that takes place over two or more days of a meeting or conference.
GROUP SIZE: 15 – unlimited
If you would like to learn more about To Kill A Spy or any of our other programs please don’t hesitate to submit a Request for Proposal. You can also contact us at email@example.com or (978) 525-2019.
Tim Finnegan’s WakeSep 27 2013
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An interactive dinner comedy this show can be performed anytime of year but it is our top selling program every March. It is filled with tender ballads, rowdy reels, raucous comedy, outrageous characters, and plenty of audience participation as guests are invited to get up and say a few words about the departed. This very successful show has been performed for audiences across North American every year since opening in Toronto, Ontario in 1998.
Fifteen years of standing ovations, this is the original Tim Finnegan’s Wake that Boston and Cape Cod audiences have died laughing at since March 2000, the same Tim Finnegan’s Wake that knocked ‘em dead in Toronto, Canada in 1998 & 1999, and the same Tim Finnegan’s Wake that you can experience for yourself this year anywhere in North America. Since 2005 dear departed Tim has been on the road – his wake has been performed from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Las Vegas; from Seattle to Naples, FL.
The cast of zany characters may be increased or decreased, depending on the size of the audience but typically includes a cast of five, a 3 piece Irish band and you. Yes YOU! Audience members are encouraged to get up and participate in the show. You may recite a poem, dance a jig, sing a song, make an Irish toast or give a eulogy (meaning, tell any old joke you know and insert Tim’s name).
HOW IT WORKS: Tim Finnegan’s Wake is a portable, interactive dinner show we bring to you. It can be performed at a restaurant, a banquet center, a hotel dining room or even a private residence. You book the dining room, invite all your friends, and we bring the music, the comedy and the blarney! The show starts the moment your guests walk through the door, greeted by the widow Maureen as though they are life-long friends and family of the Finnegans. “Look who it is! It’s yourself. And standing up too!!! I thought for sure you’d go long before Tim, what with the way you carry on. Come give us a hug luv, while you’re still conscious. By the way, I don’t know if you heard but I’m single again.”
DURATION: The show is designed to run the length of a meal plus one hour.
AUDIENCE SIZE: 50 – 500.
SPACE: A dining area large enough to hold your guests and a performance area of at least 12’ X 12’ for the cast and to lay out Tim’s body.
EXCEPT FROM A NEWSPAPER REVIEW: “Lots of fun at Finnegan’s Wake! This wake is actually an interactive comedy dinner show that is like going to a celebration at the Knights of Columbus with 200 of your best Irish friends. Everyone came ready to have a good time, and by the end of the night, everyone did. We sang, we danced, we told stories and jokes and maybe even had a fight or two. Tim Finnegan surely would have been proud of the sendoff that was grand enough to ‘wake the dead’.” ~ Jim Dorman, The Patriot Ledger
OBITUARY NOTICE Much beloved Tim Finnegan, 43, of South Boston passed away at Sisters of Mercy Hospital and Veterinary Clinic in Dorchester of complications after receiving minor brain surgery (very minor) for an injury that occurred when he fell from a ladder. He was born in County Cockadoodledoo, Ireland and has been a resident of South Boston since 1980. No record can be found of Mr. Finnegan’s ever having worked anywhere but his wife assures us that he put a Herculean amount of work into not finding gainful employment. Mr. Finnegan is survived by his wife, Maureen; his twelve siblings including sisters Sheila Mary O’Stone and her husband, Paddy, Evelyn Mary O’Shea and her husband, Rick, Eileen Mary Trout and her husband Rain Bo, Colleen Mary Rooney and her husband, Peppy, Bernice Mary O’Furniture and her husband Paddy, and Anita Mary Mann (divorced); and brothers Sean Joseph and his wife Irene Mary, Ciaran Joseph his wife, Karen Mary, Donovan Joseph and his wife, Sinead Mary, Patrick Joseph and his wife Patricia Mary, Francis Joseph and his wife Peggy Mary, Joseph Joseph and his wife, Mary Mary. When asked how she felt about the death of her brother-in-law Joseph Joseph’s wife said she was “quite contrary”.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his wake. Tim was to be cremated but there was concern as to what might happen if a flame was put anywhere near the body. He will now be buried instead. Attendees are encouraged to pour whiskey on the grave. You may, if you chose, filter the whiskey through your kidneys first. The widow requests that instead of flowers you make donations to either AA or TWMFWDHLHWSFAF (The Widow Maureen Finnegan Who’s Drunken Husband Left Her With SFA Fund).
Come join the fun! Slainte!
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Til Death Do Us PartSep 27 2013
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A comedy murder mystery dinner show with a wedding theme. Each table works as team to solve the mystery. This mystery may be performed anytime of year but it is most popular around Valentines Day and in the Spring during wedding season. We have even performed this mystery at actual wedding receptions and once at the wedding ceremony itself.
THE PLOT: The mystery takes place at the wedding of George and Martha and your group are the friends and family of the bride and groom. We have all the usual wedding characters including the happy couple, the in-laws, the Wedding Planner and the Minister, but we have also thrown in a few oddball characters to liven things up. The mystery begins the moment the guests arrive at the reception with a DJ, musician or band (depending on your budget, the size of your group and your preference) playing tasteful background music. What the guests don’t know is the DJ is just the first of the suspects they will meet. All seems normal until some uninvited characters crash the reception and things just get wilder and wilder culminating in gun shots. Don’t worry, the victim is one of our actors, not one of your guests.
HOW IT WORKS: The mystery runs the length of the meal plus one hour during which time your guests are both implicated in the murder and publicly (and humorously) interrogated by Detective David Oscar Adams as witnesses The mystery ends with all of your guests getting a chance to solve the crime and one table being declared the super sleuths. There is plenty of comedy, music and audience participation. The zany suspects (our actors) interact with your guests throughout giving your guests plenty of opportunity to become part of the show.
CUSTOMIZATION: If you are a wedding couple and you are purchasing this mystery for your actual reception then we will customize the mystery. We have you complete a questionnaire weeks before the wedding telling us about the two of you and your guests. Using this information we then write a customized mystery all about you, your family and friends.
- Live musician or band
- Dance music after the mystery
DURATION: The length of a meal plus one hour (about 3 hours)
SPACE REQUIREMENTS: A private dining area large enough to accommodate your guests and a second room where the performers can change.
GROUP SIZE: 50 – 250 persons
If you would like to learn more about Til Death Do Us Part or any of our other programs please don’t hesitate to submit a Request for Proposal. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (978) 525-2019.
Tales of Blarney StoneSep 27 2013
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An Irish comedy that may be performed with or without a meal. It includes plenty of comedy, music and malarkey. Tales of Blarney Stone may be performed anytime of the year but it is extremely popular in the month of March. Erin Go Bragh!
God love him, publican Blarney Stone is one of the sweetest, kindest souls you’re ever likely to meet on God’s green Earth, but give him a couple of pints and his tongue’s as loose as Paris Hilton. Blarney is the proprietor of The Blind Pig, the only pub in the wee town of High Diddle-Diddle, Ireland so he’s heard more confessions than the Kennedy’s family priest. He knows all the secrets and tonight he’ll share them with anyone who’ll listen. This interactive Irish comedy is loaded with comedy, Irish music, sing-alongs, dancing and, of course, a heaping helping of tall tales!
Audience members are encouraged to get up and participate in the show; recite a poem, dance a jig, sing a song, make an Irish toast or shoot the blarney and tell their best Irish joke or story.
HOW IT WORKS: Tales of Blarney Stone is a portable, interactive show we bring to you. It can be performed either with or without a meal. You book the venue anywhere in North America, invite all your friends, and we bring the music, the comedy and the blarney!
DURATION: 1 – 3 hours.
GROUP SIZE: 10 – Unlimited
SPACE REQUIREMENTS: An area large enough to accommodate your guests and a performance area. For groups much of over 100 persons we require an elevated performance area (a riser or stage).
If you would like to learn more about Tales of Blarney Stone or any of our other programs please don’t hesitate to submit a Request for Proposal. You can also contact us at email@example.com or (978) 525-2019.