Virtual Stand-Up Comedy Show For Teams

Your team needs to laugh…Now more than ever!

Our promise? Comedy to bring your team together.

I’ll be honest: the last year kind of sucked.

Heavy news everywhere. A freaking pandemic. And working from home? It’s just tough!

Suffice to say, we know your team isn’t bonding and laughing like they did back in the office. 

Let alone the poor new hires who’ve never even met the team IRL! They’re dealing with an extra level of disconnectedness (is that a word?).

And when you do get the team on a call, it’s all work and no play…So you google “virtual team building ideas.”

Look, there’s a MILLION remote team building companies out there…

You’ve got online cheese tasting classes, virtual murder mystery parties…There’s even virtual goat yoga.

Sadly, these aren’t a one-size-fits-all affair.

…Not everyone loves dressing up and role playing for murder mysteries

…Not everyone loves cheese (but let’s not talk about that…)

If there’s one thing we CAN agree on, though? It’s that everyone likes to laugh.

Imagine getting your team on a plain old video call and surprising them with a hilarious, professional stand-up comic…

…someone guaranteed to bring out smiles

…to create joy and laughter

…and bring your remote team closer together

Whew. Doesn’t that sound like what we all need right now?

Here’s the thing: there are comics who might make you laugh hysterically in a dark comedy club after work…

…but they’ll turn you (and more importantly, HR) beet red during a work call.

(Have you ever seen Bob Saget’s stand up? Yup. It is “capital R” Raunchy. No traces of family man Danny Tanner here.)

So, choosing the wrong comic can really backfire, especially if the comic is divisive (getting into politics, religion) or just plain inappropriate for the workplace!

No bueno.

Now, I don’t mean to scare you. 

My point is that we all love to laugh, and if you want to host a virtual comedy show for a corporate team, it’s important to find a comic who is:

  • Inclusive of all
  • Family-friendly (your team may have kids within earshot of the call)
  • And steers clear of anything racy, off-color, or otherwise too edgy for a corporate setting

That’s not asking too much, right?

Well…this is harder than it sounds!

Comics who aren’t used to to the corporate world have wildly different standards of what’s “appropriate.”

That’s why we’ve put together a workplace-friendly virtual stand-up comedy show.

On our roster, we have our favorite virtual comedians who are GUARANTEED to crack you up. 

These are pros who have been performing corporate comedy for years, and will put on a Zoom comedy show like you’ve never seen.

Now one question we get a lot is: Can this be interactive?

The answer is…YES!

Your comedian/MC will involve your team, getting them to talk, share, and ask questions throughout.

“Such a fun way to connect as a team. The hosts were amazing – Keep the energy high, the conversation flowing and brought a lot of humour to the session. Would definitely recommend this!”

“Seeing everyone laugh and getting to meet with different team members was so much fun!”

“Super fun time. My firm participated for our virtual holiday party. Support small businesses. These folks are great!”

“Such a great experience! Grateful to have been able to bond with my team, laugh, and learn during this weird time.”

(Actual quotes, from actual employees who joined a Virtual Stand-Up Show)

Meet our lead comic David Studebaker…

David Studebaker, named “One of the 10 Best Comics to Watch” by SF Weekly, has taken the comedy scene by storm with his brand of fun, fresh, and uplifting comedy, blending music, personal stories, and pop culture into his highly interactive shows.

His comedy can be heard on Sirius XM Radio and he’s been featured on Fox, ABC, the San Francisco Chronicle and a variety of radio shows and publications.

Beyond Stand-up, David was the host of ‘Pivot On The Street’ for Pivot TV’s National Network, has emceed multiple awards shows, including LCA’s Celebrity Awards Gala at the Beverly Hilton, and he recently won “Best Director” at the Oregon Documentary Film Festival for his hit docu-series: David’s Ark! 

In October of 2020, he released Lone Star Lance, his laugh-out-loud debut mystery novel and in April of 2019 he took on the biggest project of his life: the birth of his first-born son, who has provided a wealth of material and poopy diapers.

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, he now resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Tina, his two dogs, and son Matthew.

What are you waiting for? We need to laugh…NOW!

Our comedians are busy full-time stand-ups, so we’re only given a limited number of slots for virtual comedy shows for corporate teams.

Please be in touch ASAP if you’d like to lock in an event, and one of our event specialists will respond soon!

To get the ball rolling, send a request NOW 

…to lock in your date, while it’s still available.

Your team thanks you 🙂