Boys vs. Girls: The Game Show

For grades K-8 | 45 minutes | Up to 200 students | $200

Looking for a super-fun performance for field day or summer camp? Our wacky, sloppy game show pits the boys against the girls for some friendly competition. We bring all of the supplies for the game with us, and we clean up afterwards. Only your chosen contestants (3 boys and 3 girls) will get messy in challenges like “The Garbage Can Dump,” Flying Sundaes,” “Marshmallow Madness,” and “The Drink of Death” … but the whole audience will join in a large-group game to help determine the outcome. Kids and teachers will both be entertained by this wacky competition. As a young audience member once told us, “That was the best show ever!”

Version 1: The Drink of Death

Version 1 includes Sock Hop, The Underwear Relay Race, The Garbage Can Dump, Peanut Butter a la Blindfold, and The Drink of Death. (The mess in Version 1 can be contained by a tarp, so it’s safe for indoor settings.)

Version 2: Flying Sundaes

Version 2 includes the Egg and Spoon Race, Worms!, Mystery Eats, The Mummy, and Flying Sundaes. (Recommended for outdoor settings.)

Version 3: Marshmallow Madness

Version 3 includes Pass It Along, A Question of Pie, The Best Picnic Ever, Extreme Makeover: Cheese Crackers Edition, and Human Smores. (Recommended for outdoor settings.)

Version 4: Send in the Clowns!

Everybody loves a clown, right? Our circus-themed version of Boys vs. Girls includes clown noses for the contestants, along with great games like Clown Pants, Balloon Surprise, The Elephant Dung Award, Circus Snacks, and Create-Your-Own-Clown Wig. (Recommended for outdoor settings.)

Version 5: The World’s Messiest Restaurant

Restaurant shows are all the rage on TV, and Boys vs. Girls couldn’t resist getting into the act! “The World’s Messiest Restaurant” includes Now Hiring Servers, The Breakfast Club, Boogers and Fries, Salad Dressing, and Pie in the Face. (Recommended for outdoor settings.)

The Garbage Can DumpCheese Cracker Makeover

The price shown above applies to presentations which take place on or before December 31, 2017. A travel charge applies for destinations outside of a 20-mile radius from our office near downtown Louisville.

We had the pleasure of [hosting one of George’s] programs at our summer CEP program at Shacklette Elementary School. … George managed to entertain over 75 children with a game show that had everyone laughing and having a great time. I highly recommend his program to anyone who works with children. Keep up the great work, George—we love you and so did our children!

— Sherrie Ashcraft and Shelby Eldridge, Site Directors, YMCA School-Age Childcare (Louisville, KY)