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a BIG thank you

Postby beardedlamb » September 7th, 2010, 7:33 pm

Just want to put out a huge thank you to everyone involved in the festival this year, the volunteers, performers, and patrons.

A special shout to the staff who make it easier every year for everyone as we slowly learn how to make it better each time. I am certain no other producer in the country has such a dedicated crew of people working for so little in return. These guys make it happen and the festival, and hopefully the whole scene, is stronger for it year-round. If you enjoyed OOB this year, please let them know next time you see them.

In case you missed who they are:

Dave Buckman -Producer
Kareem Badr -Producer
Roy Janik -Producer
Kerri Lendo -Stand-Up Producer
Ace Manning -Technical Director
Matt Pollock -Box Office
Kaci Beeler -Set Designer
Asaf Ronen -Talent
Valerie Ward -Hospitality
Michael Jastroch -Publicity
Lindsey Reeves -Sponsorship
Craig Kotfas -Graphic Design
Patrick Daniel -Special Events
Emma Holder -Volunteers
Chris Allen -Video Things
Jericho Thorp -Mini-Golf
Mo Daviau -Out of Print Editrix
Britney Salyer -Tech Crew
Chelsea Gilman -Tech Crew
Mike Sullivan -Tech Crew
Todd Hart -Tech Crew
Neal Tibrewala -Tech Crew
Jason Vines -Tech Crew
Brandon Snyder -Tech Crew
David Zimmerman -Tech Crew
Nadine Latief -Photography Maven

Board of Directors:
Shannon McCormick
Pam Werner
Jeremy Lamb

Advisory Board:
Mike D'Alonzo
Jonathan Pitts
David Razowsky
Dan O'Connor
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Postby arthursimone » September 8th, 2010, 2:40 pm

outstanding job, folks!!
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » September 9th, 2010, 12:39 am

::applause until hands bleed::
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Postby DollarBill » September 14th, 2010, 12:56 pm

I HELPED TOO! But I got payed A LOT of money. Suck it, volunteers!
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Postby beardedlamb » September 14th, 2010, 11:15 pm

Yes, also a thanks to the Submission Panel, who I stay mum about for fear of retaliation and corruption. (sorry i appeared to forgot you, bill)

Also, I have to add Adam Trabka who produced the ColdTowne Marathon and Jon Bolden who kicked our web site's ass in the teeth.
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Postby mpbrockman » September 15th, 2010, 2:05 pm

Great job you guys. Simply amazing.

Plus, every year I seem to get to play with new and interesting people from faraway lands. Last year - Impro Melbourne, this year - Three Falling.

Next year I'm looking forward to playing with a musical improv group from a country that ends in "stan", or maybe from Oz ( I hear munchkin improv kicks tiny, tiny ass!).

Whew! Y'all have a beer and relax for a bit - you've earned it.
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Postby DollarBill » October 14th, 2010, 3:59 pm

No, not the submissions! I helped build the scaffolding and I bought a cake.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » October 18th, 2010, 3:24 pm

DollarBill wrote:No, not the submissions! I helped build the scaffolding and I bought a cake.


yes, but you were supposed to buy the scaffolding and build the cake...
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