A background of improv and tons of audience participation make Joseph’s shows memorable, and no two are exactly alike! Crazy stories of his experiences in film & television as an actor & stunt-double add fun debauchery to the mix – one look at his authentic Red Power Ranger helmet never fails to send crowds wild! And while suggestive, Joseph’s shows are always “clean” – perfect for Family Weekends, Orientations, or extra credit if you bring a professor**.
*Fans have uploaded lots of mischievous photos and videos from Joseph’s show to sites such as Youtube, Reddit, 9Gag, etc.
** Extra credit depends on the individual sense of humor of said professor.
That’s not magic… that’s Aaasian!
Joseph’s shows always leave a great lasting impression – you’ll likely hear his trademark “Aaasian!” war-cry for weeks following the performance, and probably also see Joseph interacting with students from your school on his Facebook and Twitter. With Joseph, the safe bet is also the smart bet – student and faculty administration alike will love the show and how easy it was to work with Joseph!
Currently offering a versatile ‘Basic’ version of the show, and a more multimedia-rich ‘Advanced’ version designed for theatrical settings, Joseph can bring his show to virtually any location you require.
See for yourself…
Press play to view Joseph’s demo and see actual clips from the show:
For all campus related organizations, Joseph is represented by Romi Lee of Joseph Tran Productions.
Have more questions about the show? Not sure who to contact? Give us a call at (818) 422-0096, or send Joseph an e-mail at moc/narthpesoj//hpesojand he’ll point you in the right direction!
I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your show! You have an amazing talent and great charisma! I hope to be able to see you again! – via Facebook – Elizabeth M., Adelphi University
That was some crazy s–t! You should definitely come back!! – via Facebook – George N., Cal State Northridge
Thanks for coming to Georgia Southern University, loved your show, it was brilliant! – via Facebook – Lyndsey S., Georgia Southern University