It's a custom-written comedy skit in a vending machine
that advertises businesses and events
and enlivens events as well.

WHAT IS IT?

I advertise businesses and events by performing a custom-written comedy skit about them in a vending machine I built.

I also enliven events by informing, educating and energizing attendees about the event or to promote the business who hires me.

For the Queens Economic Development Corporation, I promoted the borough of Queens during NYC's CultureFest.


At the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, I made art jokes to inform people about the children's programs.

Even Hilly at CBGB.com recommends me on the CBGB web site.


Each skit lasts about five minutes. I typically perform for hours by repeating the skit over as new people come along.

 

 

 

 

 

  It's a great way to inform
and advertise to your
audience in under
five minutes.
 

Do you have a
captive audience?

Don't let them get away!
Inform them!

 

I perform inside it, using objects and images as props and costume myself as different characters.


People mean money!    Let me inform them about your business!
Don't run after potential customers!   Let me capture them for you!


Various shows in New England & NYC - crowds of people enjoying the show


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