The Adam Growe Quiz Show is truly a one of a kind comedy show with a trivia twist where people from the audience a chance to win cash on onstage! Adam’s signature style of humourous quiz games engages the whole audience with trivia and uproarious laughter. He creates a unique show that is interactive and suitable for all environments with questions customized for your audience. Organizations have been thrilled to use this show to enliven conferences, or Town Halls, as well as galas & fundraisers.
There will be 3-5 games during the show which will last 45-60 minutes. Contestants are selected randomly by Growe from the stage. He will ask a question to the crowd and find someone to interact with who has gotten his attention. He will then determine whether they will be invited to the stage with a partner contestant of their choice. No one is forced to be on stage participating against their will, or “volunteered”.
In each game, there are questions with a pre-determined cash value. After a series of questions, the contestants are given the option to keep what they’ve won or try to double it. Any money from the budget not won on-stage during games will be returned to the client. The questions can be customized for your specific audience, and prizes can include sponsored promotional value. Adam has been performing professionally for over 25 years, with appearances on Just For Laughs, Comedy Now! and Comedy Central’s, “Premium Blend”.
The Adam Growe Quiz Show TALKING POINTS
•Adam creates content that reinforces enthusiasm and knowledge for company-specific products, services and branding strategies using a selection of customized questions.
•The games are interactive and engaging for both contestants, as well as members of the audience and support corporate initiatives in an entertaining way.
•Contestants participate in a unique and uproarious comedy quiz show, where they can win cash and/or prizes live on stage.
•All questions have funny multiple-choice answers, aside from the correct answer.
Players can win more by answering the question correctly before receiving the multiple choice options. As a result, there is a reward for demonstrating knowledge, but always an entertainment component and never any chance that the participants will be made to feel foolish for not knowing key company-specific concepts or messaging.