Duct Tape Guys arrive on stage with over 150 pounds of props,
several rolls of duct tape, and a ton of well-seasoned,
bizarrely creative, "breathtakingly stupid" humor that
appeals to all ages, and all socio-economic profiles. The
half-hour format allows for a good, solid, smoothly-flowing
presentation with lots of laughs and just the right amount
of "catch your breath time" built in. Just as planned, The
Duct Tape Guys leave their audiences wanting more, but still
absolutely delighted - and, probably somewhat dumbfounded as
to what exactly it was they just experienced.
Program Length: 30
-50 minutes (based on customer preference).
Duct Tape; The Musical:
first and only 90-minute musical tribute to Duct Tape. It’s
a mess of props, a ton of g-rated comedy and just enough
music to qualify as a “musical” – all bound together with
duct tape. The production is road-ready, hugely entertaining
and travels light.
The show has
original music from ballads to rap, video newsreels and
commercials, chain saw juggling and harmonicarp playing. The
effect the show has on audiences can best be summed up in
the words of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin’s past mayor: “I
haven’t laughed so hard in my entire life! That was
approx. 90 minutes.
Wacky Tacky Creations:
A duct tape invention contest component is
added following the Duct Tape Guys' stand-up
act. Teams are provided with duct tape to
construct the biggest, wackiest and/or most
clever duct tape creation. When the timed
"construction period" ends, team members
show their inventions on stage (ala a
fashion show) and audience members vote
which creation is the most creative, the
most useful, the largest, the lamest, the
50 to 120 minutes.
Following the Duct Tape Guys' stage show
(based entirely on brainstorming uses for
duct tape), the group is introduced to
brainstorming techniques, learning to think
out-of-the-box and how to creatively solve
problems both hypothetical and real.
90 to 120 minutes.