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Creative services

Joking Envelope produces high-quality scripts and performances for museums, theaters, event planners, and corporations. Whether you are looking for a short sketch for a company event or a brand new two act play, Joking Envelope will deliver clever, thoughtful scripts or full performances geared specifically toward the needs and sense of humor of your organization. Contact Joking Envelope for ideas and prices.


Previous Projects

Event Lab

Wrote, hosted and curated live variety show entitled State of the Loon: The Minnesota Variety Show for audience of 3,000 visiting librarians.

The Minnesota Book Awards

Wrote and/or performed multiple opening comedy sketches for the annual awards gala.

Zamzow Media/General Mills

Contributed concepts and scripts for both video and live performances over multiple years for the annual Bell Achievement Awards ceremony.

The Walker Art Museum

Designed and presented a lecture and gallery talk on comic theory and its relation to the artwork of Richard Prince.

Iowa Mathematics Science and Engineering Partnership

Co-developed and scripted pilot for promotional web-series entitled Iowa Knows.

Science Museum of Minnesota

Wrote and directed ten minute play about the science of sound entitled The Adventures of Captain Vibration.

The History Center

Researched, wrote and performed The Amazing Adventures of Stuart Lindman, a fifteen minute theatrical presentation for the Minnesota's Greatest Generation exhibit.

Mill City Museum

Wrote script for Pat O'Butter, historical monologue about the history of food advertising as presented by a fictional spokescharacter

Wrote and performed script for Franklin Steele, historical monologue about the life and work of one of the founding fathers of Minneapolis

Co-wrote and performed Minneapolis Vs St. Paul a fifteen minute comedy sketch personifying the bickering Twin Cities

Researched, conceived and scripted Mill City Museum's annual holiday program, An Eventually X-mas. A one-act play based on the real lives of former Mill employees in the 1920s. The show is performed in and around the Museum's award-winning Flour Tower elevator ride and exhibit.