[b]Holy Crap the Co-Op was AWESOME FRIDAY ![/b]

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[b]Holy Crap the Co-Op was AWESOME FRIDAY ![/b]

Postby cargill » August 15th, 2005, 10:46 am

First of all, Friday nights Co-Op show was seriously AWESOME ! The Girls, Girls, Girls show was one of the best I've been in and we had such a great time together ! Then we had McNichol and May - - - Hold your horses folks, this show was solid all the way through and literally made me guffaw in awe. Finally, we had Wooden Nickel unleash their new secret organic longform called The Bevy and do some seriousl group and transition work. We finished the night with a seriously fun freeze tag and I loved playing together. WOW WOW WOW ! I love the Co-Op and way to go for all three teams !
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agreed!

Postby erikamay » August 15th, 2005, 1:49 pm

i enjoyed watching and playing with all three groups.

i am also a huge fan of the freeze tag capper - can we do that at every co op? i have had a ball playing with people i dont normally get to play with both times it has been done.
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Twofer with an extra helping of laughter

Postby sara farr » August 15th, 2005, 9:23 pm

Hooray for the AIC Friday Improv Twofer! I thought the comedy energy from all THREE shows was amazing.

GGG was Great Great Great!

And ERIKA AND BOB ARE AWESOME!! I have seen yoose guys in other shows, but you two were truely fun to watch as a duo. The whole night I was crying tears of laughter, except that one moment when you almost yanked my heart out with your grandmother's loneliness moment. I almost started sobbing it was so touching. Then you pulled us back from the edge with an upbeat & silly ending (lazer tag! thank you!).

Then, WN WOULD NOT let the laughter stop and kept it going through their whole, wacky set.

At the end of the night I was both exhausted from laughing and energized with happiness. Thank you for a great night of entertainment.
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Postby sara farr » April 11th, 2011, 1:42 pm

I'm bumping the EARLIEST AIC posts... just for grins.
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Postby Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell » April 11th, 2011, 1:45 pm

y'know, i think those Girls Girls Girls might really make a name for themselves...we'll be hearing from them in the future...in the future...in the future...in the future...
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