Joe is one of Southern California’s most popular Family Entertainers for all types of kids shows. Whether you’re hosting a birthday party, Scout show, Scout Blue and Gold, camp show, library show or just about any other type of young entertainment event, Joe Gandelman & Friends can make it a rousing success.
A young audience member helps Joe demonstrate the talking lips.
Shows adjusted to each audience and age
Kids’ birthday parties (done for ALL ages from the tiny to teens) all feature Joe’s BIG cast of characters, laughs throughout the show and interactive bits (including the ventriloquism mask). During the show’s final segment kids learn a few ventriloquism and puppetry “secrets” — and some kids even get to become instant ventriloquists!
Here’s what they’re saying about Joe’s kids shows
“Wow! Thank you for such a FUN event. The kids and adults had a good time and laughed a lot. We will have you back.”
“I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for making our kids birthday party such a big success! Competing with an Astro Jump is no easy feat! All of the kids were AMAZED and talked about you and your friends LONG after you were gone!”
“Do you realize that there were 16 boys between ages 8 to 11 and you managed to keep them ALL fascinated? My friend, the mother of one of the boys, couldn’t t stay away. She came for the entire performance and said it was the best entertainment for adults mixed with kids that she ever saw.”
“We had ages 3 to 70 and the show was so wonderful. You have a great sense of humor — and your dummies do, too! You were very enthusiastic and were able to include the children in your show. A wonderful performance!”
Samplings of feedback from Joe’s corporate shows for kids
“The children had a wonderful time and even some considered hard to please could not resist the urge to laugh and became just as involved as the others!”
“It was a GREAT time! Adults were entertained as well as the children!”
“Joe Gandelman has performed his comic ventriloquism act at our last two Christmas celebrations. The comments we hear from the audience are such things as: “I’ve never heard my child laugh so loud,” “My child was fascinated,” “My child was completely focused on the act.”