When your guests arrive, they are greeted by
our cast dressed in the style of the Old West. At this time they
are presented with any optional giveaways the client provides.
Characters include; beautiful saloon girls, Miss Ruby, Calamity
Jane, Doc Cheatham, The Sheriff and Bad Bart. While guests are
seated for dinner the cast can mingle in character and talk up
the big show.
APPROXIMATELY ONE HOUR
After dessert is served an optional Western Trivia Quiz is given and prizes awarded. By the time the quiz is over the guests should be finished with dinner and ready for the show and interactive games. (3 prizes needed for the trivia quiz.)
THE OPTIONAL TRIVIA QUIZ IS UP TO 30 MINUTES
The show begins with a spirited Hoe Down dance number followed by a Western song by our resident song bird, Miss. Ruby. Bad Bart decides that the sheriff is plotting against him and needs to increase the size of his outlaw gang. He gets 12 men up to compete in the hilarious Hat Game. (2 prizes needed). Miss Ruby returns to sing Ghost Riders in the Sky. Bart comes onto the stage to disrupt the song, cracking his bull-whip. He gets a volunteer from the audience and to demonstrate his abilities with the whip. 1 prize is needed for the Comic Bull-Whip Demonstration. This is followed by the latest sensation from Paris, the Can-Can. (This is a high energy Western style Can-Can performed to the William Tell Overture , the Lone Ranger Theme).
Bart has another game up his sleeve. This time he gets 6 women up to compete in the Balloon Stuffing Game - For this game there are two teams of 3 women each. The audience is responsible for blowing up balloons while One woman from each team puts on an XXL red union suit. When the balloons are inflated the teams compete to see how many balloons they can stuff into the union suits. The team that has the most wins. (3 prizes are needed)
Miss Ruby returns to the stage and gets the whole audience to sing along to Happy Trails - Bart insists on a more up-tempo number and Miss Ruby and the girls oblige and perform a rousing and saucy rendition of Red Garters.
Bart decides it's time for a little Campfire Story. This is a melodrama that was taught to him by his mother. He gets three volunteers from the audience to play the leads, but the rest of the audience also has a part to play. (3 prizes are needed).
THE STAGE SHOW WITH INTERACTIVE GAMES IS APPROXIMATELY ONE HOUR
When the story is finished the Saloon girls
have changed costumes and are now dressed in a modern Country
Western look and perform a number combining a series of popular
Country Line Dances. After this number they encourage the guests
to join them on the dance floor to learn some of the dances. Our
casts members continue to dance with the guests up to the 3 hour
mark. There is an argument that breaks out between the Sheriff
and Bart and the dance floor is cleared. The two have a show down
(a comic Shoot-out)
INTERACTIVE DANCING APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES
The DJ continues to play music for dancing for the final hour.
The above time line is for a 4 hour event with a sit down dinner using a DJ. The games and numbers can be trimmed and switched around to conform to any party format, including buffet or stand up hospitality where people are coming and going. We can also work with a live band, working our show segments into the bands breaks. The evening is based on our characters working 3 hours of the four hour event.
Suggest a cast of nine to include: 4 Dancers, Miss Ruby (vocalist), Calamity Jane, Doc Cheatham (snake oil salesman), Bad Bart and the Sheriff. Dance floor must be provided measuring no less than 28' wide by 18' deep.
Optional Western Give-a-Ways
include a variety of Western Hats and Bandannas.
These items can be supplied by the client or by us billed to the client.
Cowboy on stilts with rope also available.