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Having a comic is fantastic way to enjoy the end of the year and your worker and company accomplishments. It’s also a terrific way to just relax outside the office, come together and be amused. It’s not always simple for everybody to be having a great time at work simultaneously. Whenever everyone is enjoying themselves, friendships strengthen naturally.
Whenever you hire a comedian you just need the essentials: a stage, lights, sound system and chairs for your viewers and above all your crowd and the comedian itself. You ought to ask yourself the following issues for these basics:
1. Have you got a good quality PA sound system for the show?
2. Will there be a stage and lights?
3. Will the viewers be seated?
4. Is the occasion self-contained or closed? There should be no external distractions such as noise, public roaming through and others.
5. What type of laughter do you think your viewers like? Political satire, daily humor, sight gags, audience participation, etc. Make sure the comedian understands exactly what you would like. Make sure you see videos of their act. If you are not really laughing out loud, your guests won’t be either. A great comedian will spend time talking to you about the crowd and walking you through their jokes. By the time you make your mind up, you ought to feel 100% confident that the comedian’s act will be appropriate and 90% confident that the crowd is going to be rolling in the aisles laughing.
6. Where does the comedian squeeze into the event? Is he/she the main event or perhaps the initial ice-breaker?
7. How long would you like the act?
While stand-up comedy is usually informal in nature it is always best to regard shows as theatrical events instead of similar to live music or street performance. Comedians like to be paid attention to and like to be heard and seen without having to compete with fruit machines, juke boxes, giant screen football or other party in the next room.