Event Performances

Conferences can be fun, but usually because of the after-hours activities. Learning about new initiatives, company performance or cultural challenges is needed but can be onerous, overwhelming, and even boring. A necessary evil punctuated by catering!

Imagine if your team could see day to day challenges acted out, and be given the power to suggest better behavior and affect company culture.

Professional actors will act out any scenes or situations you’d like to highlight, with humor or brevity, the tone is up to you. Using scripted or improvised case-studies and typical personality types from your industry will bring objectivity and fun to your message.

For events of 20 – 1000+ participants:


Bringing theory to life with your unique development areas.

We will work with you to create and perform scenes from your company culture, often enacting ‘a day in the life’ situation. These scenes could demonstrate how company culture or regulations are creating ineffective communication in your workplace.

Delegates are invited to discuss in ‘fishbowl’ style, make suggestions, and direct the actors in scenarios to show more effective communication styles.

Some themes could focus on strategy, teamwork, bullying, harassment, feedback conversations, recruitment, etc.


Tailoring event performances to suit your message.

Here learning is blended with entertainment. Content is brought to life and made memorable by engaging the senses.

Seeing and hearing what needs to be addressed, often with a little humor thrown in, demonstrates what’s not working and provides an opportunity for people to get involved, discuss, and suggest improvements.

A little laughter can go a long way to lightening up the situation, as people see themselves and their workplace challenges reflected and addressed.

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