Brett Roberts | The Comedian for Kids

Halloween Shows

Silly Monster Magic Show

The Silly Monster Magic Show is a fast-paced, silly magic show full of lots of surprises. Instead of being scary, this show is full of laughs! Kids will be laughing along with funny puppet routines and slapstick magic. In this show, Dr. Flake-n-stein introduces everyone to his goofy monster friends. Children will watch as Dr. Flake-n-stein makes a monster out of radioactive pickles. A child will get to make a monster, and that monster will introduce himself to the audience. This performance has monsters, ghosts, a mad scientist but nothing too scary. There are definitely some surprises, but they are all in fun. This show is forty-five minutes long.

Jack the Digital Jack-O-Lantern

This digital puppet is presented on a 40” monitor so everyone can see him while he interacts with the audience, tells jokes, and plays games. While the humor in them is G rated, the interactive comedy is written for teens and adults, and children. These shows have been presented at Six Flags Over Texas, Astroworld, The International Wildlife Park, The State Fair of Texas, and many other fairs and festivals. Digital puppet shows are about fifteen minutes long and are written to happen several times a day. So, if you have children waiting in line for face painting or anything else, this is an excellent way to entertain them. These shows are about fifteen minutes long and work best if there are several shows throughout the day.

Bubble Wizard Show

Children love bubbles. Just blow a few bubbles for your children and watch how excited they get. The Bubble Wizard will turn that excitement up to eleven by presenting a show full of bubbles, magic tricks, dragons, and fairies. There will be bubbles inside bubbles, giant bubbles, and more. Webster will introduce the kids to Oliver the Dragon and a whole bunch of fairies. But this isn’t just a show to watch. The kids will get involved. The Bubble Wizard will teach kids how to do their own bubble tricks with things they can find at home. Lots of the routines use helpers, so there are lots of chances for kids to participate. This show is forty-five minutes long.

Strolling Magic

Sometimes, you don’t need an entire show. Sometimes you just need someone to wander around encouraging people to have fun. Even though this is a traveling show, it’s still packed with big visual magic tricks that get kids involved and laughing. There will be tons of audience participation, so the kids become the stars of the show.