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VIPs come out to play! Connects leaders to the team in a fun way Guaranteed to bring the house down
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Our technical support expert Adorably awkward We'd be lost without him
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We're Serious About Comedy

Tired of boring company events?

Comedy ventriloquist David Crone is a former Fortune 500 executive who left the corner office for center stage, with the specific goal to make these events fun!


Always clean, and always hilarious, David and his cast of characters are that something special that create an event your guests will be talking about long after it's over!


Use the motivating power of laughter to drive home your key points. David’s unique brand of comedy will have your staff fully engaged at your next recognition event or off-site conference.


David has performed on stages from Washington, DC to Las Vegas for corporations from AOL to Zippo. The show is customized for the most important audience in the world - yours.


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A few recent blog posts

February 22, 2017

Closed Door Policy

I’m sure you’ve heard this before, “Drop by any time. I have an open door policy.” I’ve even seen an executive suite designed with no doors on the offices to enforce the concept. This is all well and good. But, I disagree. Strongly. I believe in having a closed door policy. Don’t get me wrong. … Continue reading Closed Door Policy

February 15, 2017

Did I say that?

Have you ever had someone say, “I remember when you said…” and you think, “Did I say that?” Obviously, it’s a lot more fun when the next thought is, “Hey, that was pretty good,” rather than, “Gee, that was dumb.” I’ve certainly had my fair share of the latter. Fortunately, I’ve also had a fair … Continue reading Did I say that?

February 8, 2017

I’m So Glad We Had This Time Together

How do you respond when someone leaves your team? Let’s assume this was a person you thoroughly enjoyed having on your team. You’re going to miss them. Do you wish them well and celebrate your time together? Do you try anything and everything to get them to stay? Is your response different based on whether … Continue reading I’m So Glad We Had This Time Together