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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
Slide background Wilmer Edna Wilmer & Edna Sweet and Sarcastic Aging gracefully Treasured team
Slide background Gus Gus The office curmudgeon Gruff exterior with a heart of gold Every office has one. Who is yours?
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.


Serious content delivered in a unique entertaining way. Leadership, team building, getting things done. This group of dummies will make your group smarter.


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A few recent blog posts

March 21, 2018

Better Together

Are you fiercely independent? Do you love doing things all by yourself? Here’s a thought. Invite a friend to join you. Confession time. I love doing things myself. I abhor asking for help. Maybe this is a guy thing. Watch people burdened by a load of boxes enter a building. Chances are, you will see … Continue reading Better Together

March 14, 2018

Involved Detachment

In one of the gyms I used to go to, there was a sign prominently displayed in the weight room that read, “Go heavy or go home.” In another context, I frequently heard the saying, “Play to win or don’t bother playing.” Each of these sayings has their place. If you are a naturally competitive … Continue reading Involved Detachment

February 28, 2018

Mirror Mirror

As a ventriloquist, I regularly practice in front of a mirror. My practice studio has a large one permanently mounted on the wall. It is very helpful as I work on the character animation to be able to see how it looks by watching myself in the mirror. Each character needs to act and react, … Continue reading Mirror Mirror