Greg Frisbee: Comedy entertainment with a new spin!
Comedy - Juggling - Magic
Performing for events worldwide.
Traveling the world with his unique brand of comedy, Greg Frisbee performs more than 200 shows per year and brings over 20 years of experience to every event.
Simple to complex to SILLY, Greg Frisbee will be sure to have you laughing out loud, whether he is lighting his hands on fire and juggling knives, spinning balls on the beaks of rubber chickens or escaping from a straitjacket.
Do not miss this must see entertainer!
"Prepare to be dazzled, prepare to be entertained - beyond your wildest expectations!"
-Antelope Valley Press
We really enjoyed having you at our Sweetheart Event! Thank you, look forward to working with you again.
I just saw this show tonite at the Lodi Grape Festival with my boys on Thursday Night 09-15-11. They too laughed during the whole show. This guy was funny, and put on a awesome show. I would see this guy again. Greg You put on a fantastic show...:) Thanks Doug
Price Range: $500 - $10,000
Gig Length: 30 - 60 minutes
Insurance: $3,000,000 - General Liability, can add venues as additional insured.
What to Expect
See and feel the excitement as you watch an incredible display of fire juggling – with Greg’s hands actually ON FIRE!
Listen for the laughter as a superhero rubber chicken ends up launched by a “Bazooka!”
Hard to imagine?
Better yet, it is hard to forget!
This show is highly adaptable to any audience and most any venue. The routines are 100% suitable for audiences of all ages.
You can TRUST that the content and comedy are 100% clean!
Give your audience more than a show, give them memories.
Give them Greg Frisbee!
Excerpt from The Nebraska Grand Island Independent - (Newspaper)
What do you do with a rubber chicken?
If you’re a comedian and a juggler, you use it in your variety show.
Greg Frisbee developed The Rubber Chicken Variety Show about three years ago because, well, why not?
“Everyone knows what a rubber chicken is, but no one knows what to do with them,” he said.
That is except one little boy Frisbee encountered at the Nebraska State Fair.
“He said he plays farmer with them at home,” Frisbee said. “That’s the first time I’ve ever come across a definitive answer.”
On Friday evening, Frisbee showed a crowd at the State Fair what he does with rubber chickens. He spun balls on two of them, made one dance and played a small one like a kazoo. His act also includes juggling and fire eating.
As people formed a half circle around Frisbee on Friday, he told jokes and started juggling a few balls. He worked his way up to juggling five balls while bouncing some of them off the pavement.
His next act involved spinning a large ball on his finger and then adding a second, smaller spinning ball to the top.
The ball spinning antics continued when Frisbee invited a 9-year-old boy named Logan to join him in front of the crowd.
“Let me ask you a question, how do you feel about rubber chickens?” Frisbee asked the boy, who smiled at him.
Frisbee quickly grabbed two rubber chickens from a nearby trunk and showed Logan how to hold them out at his sides with their beaks in the air. He then spun a ball on each beak before adding a hard hat with a point on top to Logan’s head and spinning a ball on the point. The crowd responded with loud cheering and Logan’s assistance was rewarded with a balloon dog created by Frisbee.
The act wrapped up with Frisbee eating fire from a hand-held torch. But before he started, he gave the audience a couple of tips.
“Don’t do this at home. I’m a professional,” he said. “It is recommended that I drink a water-based liquid before doing this. I prefer water.”
After taking a drink, Frisbee put on a hat.
“Secondly, I’ve got to protect my hair,” he said. “It’s all fun and games until the juggler catches fire.”
Frisbee has been a performer for 20 years. He started doing the act full time about 15 years ago and was a street performer in tourist areas around San Francisco, such as Pier 39. About 10 years ago he began touring fairs and festivals. The rubber chickens were an addition after he created a rubber chicken cannon for his act.
“People have an affinity for rubber chickens,” he said. “It taps into the American psyche and rubber chickens seemed like a good fit for fairs.”
For more than 20 years, Greg Frisbee has brought his show around the world and performed for countless audiences.
Greg has specialized and performed for a variety of venues from Corporate to Cruise Ships and from International Festivals to State Fairs.
Greg Frisbee and his show has been seen in all 50 states and in more than 30 countries.
Additional Booking Notes
Minimum performing space required: 12' wide x 10' deep area for performance area, height requirements can be adjusted accordingly.
Ample lighting for event: if on indoor stage, lighting requirements and or plot can be sent.
Sound: Ample sound for performing environment, to be provided for by venue or performer can supply portable speaker for smaller/outdoor festivals and events.
Audio with 2 plug ins, can be set up by venue or arranged to be brought by performer
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