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Michael Rosman will travel from Baltimore, MD to your event.
Michael Rosman is one of the premier comedy jugglers working the corporate market today.
Over and over executives and the people they count on call on Michael for his professionalism and
proven successful presentations.
Michael’s shows feature sharp and clever comedy presented with amazing juggling and spectacular stunts.
He loves to customize shows with insider jokes and tricks for specific audiences.
Michael’s shows have been presented in Japan, Singapore, Germany, Holland, Croatia and on more than 25 different major cruise ships. With performances in all of the blue states and most of the red, he has entertained people of every age, color, size and shape. Michael has headlined a casino show in Atlantic City as well as performed in corporate shows in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Reno.
Along with the audience accolades, his peers have recognized Michael for his exceptional career with numerous awards from organizations such as the International Jugglers Association and the Maryland State Arts Council. In July 2005, Michael was the subject of a feature article in JUGGLE Magazine.
Michael is mostly known for the unique comedy routines that set him apart from all others.
His blender helmet banana catapulting routine has been called brilliantly hilarious and his interactive video magic routine is a comedy favorite of both the audiences and the audience volunteers who star in it.
Michael is the Founder and Director of the Laughter Arts Foundation, a non-profit organization with numerous missions including but not limited to improving performance skills of performers.
Michael is also the founder and director of DumbWaiters® the famous comedy troupe that infiltrates the wait staff at corporate cocktail events making those cocktails hours truly fun and memorable.
Audiences love Michael’s show. Whether you need a ten-minute set or a ninety-minute show expect a hilarious, stunning performance your audiences will remember.