“Live, Love, Laugh”: it’s the life mantra we hear all the time from people in practically any situation. While those are always positive and upbeat words to live by, planning the biggest day of your life includes immeasurable stress. The night of your rehearsal dinner always includes out-of-town guests meeting your better half’s relations for the first time. Family members and friends from both sides are drinking, judging one another and drinking some more. Tensions are likely running at an all time high and the whole affair can be the absolute last time you want to hear about how much laughing you’re supposed to be doing.
You will no doubt realize at some point that it isn’t too late for you to elope in Bora Bora and be done with the whole thing.
For those times where “Live, Love, Laugh” is still a mantra worth living by, you can call roasters to your rescue. Professional comedians and improvisers are no strangers to rooms where tensions are high and liquid courage is prevalent. It’s their job to work the room and create laughs by any means necessary. They can even create custom jokes tailor made to fit your family after you provide information about Auntie X, Uncle Y and College Friend Z. These professional jokesters will poke fun at the foibles of humanity, which are the things we all share and are the things that bind us as people.
Interactive comedy problem solvers like roasters are an ideal way to dissolve tension through confronting those “special moments” we’ve all had in our lives. They’ll create jokes that will land in the crowd at hand. When Cousin Randy, on his fourth martini and ready to “play,” stands up in front of the crowd, your personalized team of comic geniuses will diffuse his exuberance with a couple of well placed barbs before getting back to the funny stuff.
Comedy roasting has been pleasing crowds for decades. It is both entertainment and art at the same time and was previously only available to celebrities – until now. Tension at a rehearsal dinner or wedding are a thing of the past. Have no fear: comedy is on the way.