Corporate Event Entertainment When I had Hair! WOW! This is an oldie but a goody! In my early 20’s I provided corporate event entertainment on the east coast with a small illusion show and this was one of our promo shots. It really raises a lot of questions for me. Like, why are we crouching? Are we trying to get underneath something? I am sure Gina Zampetti and Joanne Passantino look exactly the same now but what the heck happened to me??? I tell you one thing if I had hair like that now I would double my fee!!!
New Year’s eve entertainment at the Bicentennial Celebration in Greenville, IL. Obviously, I decide to bring the new year in with GOOFY face syndrome! I thought about calling this post “Some things seen cannot be unseen!” My apologies to the entire town of Greenville.
An Evening of Comedy and Magic on New Years Eve
None the less, We had a great time bringing in the New Year! We kicked off the party with tableside strolling magic and then stand up comedy and magic after dinner!
Thanks to everyone on the committee for having me. I had a great time sharing my New Year’s eve with you.
It is hard to believe that this show was sometime in the early 90’s. Talk about throwback thursday! It was a dinner and a show at a local restaurant, I think I remember that it sold so well it turned into two nights. I would love to do something like this again. It was really the genesis of my after dinner entertainment career. Well this and Ricky Ricardo. As a kid I never wanted to go to the office, I always wanted to go down to the club to “try out that new number”. With Susan Mirto Scardilli
Here are some recent photos from an event I did for The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) of St Louis. Super fun night with a really great group of people. Thanks to Marvin Meyer Photography for the great photos.
This event was off the hook! over 1500 people at fundraiser for Edwardsville High School. I emcee’ed a circus style variety show. Thanks to my friends Josh Routh and Joe Wanko for this awesome picture. It was fun to be part of a cast again!
I don’t get to do a whole lot of weddings, but when I do they are always fun. I like this picture from a recent wedding I performed at. I went table to table while the bride and groom went off and had pictures taken. It is a great way to make sure everyone is having fun back at the reception. As this picture shows we really were having a good time!
I always have fun and my “job” (if you could call it that) but saturday was exceptional! I was Magician MC for the Feed The Need Concert Fundraiser 2012 in Alton, Illinois. The concert is held by Senior Services Plus and it benefits Meals on Wheels in the Alton area. My comedy magic opened the show and then I kept the party going. It featured two great bands Nitelife from Grafton, IL and the Shagadelics for Chicago. It is always fun when 800 people laugh at your jokes! Here are a few photos.