Game Shows For Your
New York City Corporate Events and Private Parties
THEY improv leads the way
for New York City corporate event and private party entertainment
with their Game Shows. These shows are designed to entertain and
to produce positive results. Participants in the games have a
lot of fun while lowering their personal barriers and increase
their ability to participate in personal relationships.
New York City corporate event game show is individualized with
elements adjusted based on the needs of the audience. This includes
shifting from ratings G through NC-17, based on the nature of
the private party. The content is wholly audience driven, or we
can pack panels with some comedic performers in addition to the
audience participants. Our shows also provide reasonably innocuous
shows where the audience members are simply observers, or they
can ambush unwitting audience members. You decide, THEY improv
can provide them all for your Manhattan private party needs.
Most Game Shows are provided as a low-tech adventure for the audience
members to increase the flexibility of performance. Additional
set elements, equipment, scoreboards, etc. are available at an
increased cost. Besides the host, a Vanna is available
at an increased fee, and is recommended for shows with larger
audiences. Travel costs will also be added to any quote.
come in ranges of 30, 45, 60, and 90 minutes. Prices range due
to the level of customization, so you should contact THEY improv
for a quote.
We are proud to serve all 5 boroughs, Manhattan,
the Bronx, Brooklyn,
Queens, and Staten
Island as well as Long Island,
Westchester County and Upstate.
Wherever you may be, you can have our Game Shows for your private
Contact THEY improv to find out the variety of shows available
and how hiring THEY improv is a winning proposition for everyone.
Email THEY improv at info@THEYimprov.com
or by phone at (866) 219-4386.
The Functional Feud: Loosely based on television's
popular Family Feud, the Functional Feud has competitors competing
to come up with complete lists from popular knowledge. From naming
the seven dwarves to the seven deadly sins, common knowledge is
challenged for points and bragging rights in this battle of wits.
The NewlyMet Game: Loosely based
on television's popular the Newlywed Game, the NewlyMet Game pairs
contestants off to prove that they know more about each other
than the other pairs. Audience members serve as the judges with
bizarre and fun ways to show incorrect answers. Often entertaining
and amusing, this brings knowledge of each other to a new level
and enhances personal relationships in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
Match Me If You Can: Loosely based
on television's popular Match Game, Match Me If You Can pits two
contestants against one another trying to match answers with a
panel of six audience members. Other audience members serve as
judges with group fun at incorrect answers. This game improves
the group mind of a team and helps people to see things through
each other's eyes.
Timed Tirades: Loosely based
on television's popular Minute To Win It or Beat the Clock, THEY improv's Timed Tirades pit contestants against each other in big goofy activites. With dozens of options for contests, with everything from airguns to hopping, there's something for any group. One of our most popular options, you should contact us today to find out how we can increase employee bonding through these fun activites.
Mystery Mayhem: This is a custom-built murder mystery
party for your group with a THEY improv professional facilitating
the evening and making sure that everyone has a good time. With
our emcee watching over your group, the attendees are pitted against
one of their own, a murderer, who works to get away with murder!
If someone solves the crime, the murderer is found and the super
sleuth gets a prize. If the murderer gets away with it, he or
she gets the prize instead! Additionally, a prize is given to
the best actor/actress in your group. A great game for smaller
groups (15-50) that are looking for unique entertainment.
Pass Me That Word: Loosely based
on television's popular Password, Pass Me That Word pairs audience
members to compete trying to explain words using simple one-word
clues. This forces the participants to use inflection, emotion
and other non-verbal tools to get across the ideas.