About Game Show Nite Productions
Game Show Nite Productions is an event entertainment company located near Phoenix, AZ. We travel anywhere your event may be to provide a full-service comedy game show experience complete with game show set, podiums, buzzers, video, and hilariously unforgettable game show content. We can provide audio/visual elements if you do not already have A/V components at your event.
Game Show Nite will work with you to take our existing comedy game show and insert your company or group seamlessly into the action. Whether you choose to include customized content or let us provide all the content for you, seeing your fellow employees, guests, or group members inserted into Game Show Nite as contestants will create lasting memories of that "time we did that funny game show” and make certain that your job of securing top-notch entertainment for the event will not go unnoticed.
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For info on the hilariously fun party games we make, click "Party Games."
About Game Show Nite Productions founder (and host), Steve Heinrich
Over 15 years as director, head writer, and voice actor for the award-winning comedy games YOU DON'T KNOW JACK, Fibbage, and Quiplash (recently featured on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.")
Worked with Paul Reubens on the ABC-TV game show version of YOU DON’T KNOW JACK in Hollywood.
Directed Regis Philbin on the original PC game version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, a game which Steve also co-designed.
Has performed in over 200 comedy improv shows and as a featured stand-up performer in multiple shows.
Has starred in dozens of regional theatre productions.
Has directed numerous theatre productions, including two of his own one-act plays.
Has written over 20 children's books for properties including SpongeBob SquarePants and numerous Disney film adaptations.
Provided voiceover for several characters in audio books and directed performances of David Rudman (Cookie Monster), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob) and many others.
a.k.a. "Perch Mirkin"