Sunday, June 29, 2008
Mariachi and a 12-member dance troupe, provided a colorful opening act for international business graduate students at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. Since San Francisco and Northern California are noted for ethnic diversity, Mariachi music and dance served as a 30-minute opening act, followed by a two hour show of Brazilian dancers and music from Brazil and Latin America.
For an international business program at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, our Brazilian dancers and musicians provided lively and colorful after dinner entertainment. Since the goal was audience participation the Samba dancers got the party goers dancing in a Samba line. Several of the brave participants joined the dancers on-stage to a hearty round of applause. Many audience members took digital pictures, as a remembrance of the colorful costuming, and the Brazilian musicians.
Saturday, June 21, 2008
For a creative way to teach about our environment, how to recycle, exercise, ride bikes, and take public transit, the Town and Country Village(Palo Alto) themed two Saturdays around the environment and being green. This juggling team amazed young and old, with their patter and juggling skills, all about preserving our Earth.
Here are Mark and Andrea-notice the boy recycling the plastic bottle in the bin.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
When one thinks of college students and their musical tastes, one thinks "Rap" and "Hip-Hop."
However, at De Anza College (Cupertino), a bluegrass and classic country and western band, got their audience singing and dancing to Buck Owens, George Jones, and Del Reeves. The six-piece band "The Cottonpickers," sang the songs of Honky Tonks, Truck Drivers, and Marital infidelity.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Celebrity Gems, in Northern California, can make same-sex wedding celebrations sparkle with Hollywood lookalikes, music and theme tie-ins. As entertainment specialists and party planners we can make your celebration fun, and festive catering to your individual interests. We create lasting memories! Check our website for other ideas. Celebrity Gems proudly participates in the Richmond/Ermet Aids benefit yearly.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
For graduating students, a "treat bag" with different goodies is a welcome token of your admiration for their success. These bags contained highlighters for their future education, lip gloss for the girls and Old Spice for the boys. Candy was included to let them know how sweet they are! The tags had fortunes on them. The sayings included, "you will have a long and prosperous life," "success is in your future," believe in yourself," "follow your dreams," and "you will remember this time with much fondness."
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Sunset Magazine is the most popular magazine on the Westcoast for gardening, travel tips, and their favorite recipes from "The Sunset Kitchen." Their huge, once yearly, Sunset Publishing Show features demonstrations on barbequing, landscaping, travel , and baking tips.
Attracting 1000's of people during the first weekend in June, Celebrity Gems, arranges their children's entertainment, including a much in demand facepainter, and in years past, a puppet show and a juggler/balancing act.
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Bar Mitzvah guests, in the San Francisco Bay Area, were treated to a colorful Lego theme party. Place cards contained candy Legos while the balloon bases contained real Legos. The Legos will be donated to a charity of the boy's choice. BBQ by Checkers Catering, included Lego decorations on the buffet tables. It was a bright, colorful fun afternoon for all the party goers.
Celebrity Gems provided the memory album and photos of all guests, Lego placecards, Lego balloon bases, tent cards and colorful boxes on the tables filled with Legos to play with.
"A Las Vegas and Down Broadway Review" was enthusiastically received by 300 preferred clients for an investment firm. The Automobile Museum at Blackhawk (Danville) was the perfect setting for a 50-minute show of music, narration, song, and dance. The firm's event planner described this show as "the best show ever," with everyone giving her rave reviews. Pictured are the cast of this musical production, which was truly a memorable experience, similar to the best of Las Vegas and Broadway.
Alan, on piano, played cocktail reception music. The "Pure Ecstasy Band" provided dinner and show music. A "Do Wop A Capella Trio" worked the crowd, singing classic rock and roll hits from the 50's through the 60's.
Sunday, June 1, 2008
There are several ways that comedians are used at private parties and for corporate events. One important factor in deciding on the right comedian is to determine first, whether the comedian could use "blue" humor or politically incorrect humor. Comedians use, what could be described as offensive humor, in comedy clubs. For most private and corporate events, the requirement is that the comedian "work clean," and that the comedian only uses politically correct humor. Here is comedian Anthony Hill, at a high school graduation party for 250 people, at Chandni Indian Restaurant, Newark, California. Anthony "worked clean" and his comedy about married life, investments, fitness clubs, and doctors, received rave reviews.