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PostPosted: May 13th, 2006, 2:28 am
by Evilpandabear
The DVDs are being made as we speak. It will feature the first 6 episodes, a coupon for a free copy of the 7th show, speacial features, hilarious out takes, and much much more. all for a low price. any more takers out there?

PostPosted: May 13th, 2006, 2:44 am
by nadine
i'd like one too

PostPosted: May 13th, 2006, 3:08 am
by vine311
Sign me up!

PostPosted: May 13th, 2006, 11:10 am
by Brian Boyko
I will write you a check - soon - but I'm hoping you'll wait until you have the 7th show.

Ship to

3 Huntington Drive
Williamsburg, Virginia.

PostPosted: May 13th, 2006, 1:20 pm
by Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell
deroosisonfire wrote:
majcher wrote:And the little card with the rules for the Great Mundane drinking game?.


omigod! i wanna play the great mundane drinking game.

- drink sometime anyone uses a bad eastern european accent
- drink every time jay kills someone onstage
- drink every time kaci hits on jeff and he's oblivious
- drink every time dr. nefarious references his cape, eye patch or sword cane


- drink every time Christina fails to properly anunciate the phrase "unvaccinable and undiagnosable." :P
- drink every time someone slips out of their bad eastern european accent.
- drink every time i make Jeff break like a little bitch onstage. 8)

DollarBill wrote:Hahaha, please do that Brian. I can't wait to have Jordan and Jeff on my video iPod (whose name is iProv).


sigh...i love my Bill.

PostPosted: May 18th, 2006, 1:13 am
by Evilpandabear
Once upon a time in New York City in 1941... at a club named Minston's Play House in Harlem, young jazz men with new sense are gathering. They are sick and tired of conventional, fixed-style jazz. They are eager to play jazz more freely as they wish. At this club, open to all comers, night after night, they played jazz sessions, competing with each other. At last, they created a new genre itself. Then...in 2006, in Austin: The improvisers who are gathering in the theatre 'Hideout' will play freely without fear of risky things. They must create new dreams and films, by breaking traditional styles. One world. One Continuity. One epic long story. And this new style of art will probably be called... The Great Mundane.






See The Great Mundane's FINAL Show!!!
Special Guests: Jeremy Lamb & Craig Kotfas!!!


We'll be disbanding immediately after to scatter the globe. Catch the epic conclusion to the longest and most EPIC story ever told in Austim improv! Stick around after our show and catch 'The Sicks' Sketch Comedy Show at 9:30pm. It's their very LAST show too, and we'll be going out with a BANG together! See us for the first time! See us for the last time! See one garaunteed night of hilarity!


THIS Friday 8:00pm - May 19th, 2006
The Hideout Theatre, 617 Congress Ave.

$10 for one show
$15 for both shows




ALSO!!!!
GET The Great Mundane DVD!!!!

See all 6 of our previous shows on ONE DVD with tons of bonus features & deleted scenes!! On Sale at the Ticket Booth!

PostPosted: June 5th, 2006, 5:37 pm
by Rev. Jordan T. Maxwell
so, um, yeah...when are these coming out again? :P

PostPosted: June 22nd, 2006, 5:16 pm
by Evilpandabear
HOLY SHIT!!

i'm posting on the austin improv forum, and i still have more posts than any of you?!?! well ladies and gentleman, i have the first copy of the Great Mundane DVD. i'll be mailing these out as soon as i can. i already have some addresses from some of you who signed the "I want a postcard" list at my farewell party. i still have the ever so short dvd list and everyone in the cast + special hosts get one, including roy, mike, jon & kareem for helping out too.

we didnt get all the special features we wanted but i think you'll be happy with the special features we DO have. the menus are classy too. YEEHAW!!

PostPosted: June 15th, 2007, 2:50 pm
by Marc Majcher
WHERE'S MY DVD, BITCHES?

PostPosted: June 15th, 2007, 3:23 pm
by Brian Boyko
Seriously. I paid $8 for it at a time my income was $0.

PostPosted: June 15th, 2007, 3:48 pm
by kbadr
Guys, Jay took your money and fled the country. I'm sorry to be the bringer of bad news.

PostPosted: June 15th, 2007, 8:34 pm
by exquisitezombie
I s'pose I could put the videos on the internet or some shit. But that'd take a lot of time. Hrm.

PostPosted: June 16th, 2007, 2:08 am
by Marc Majcher
exquisitezombie wrote:I s'pose I could put the videos on the internet or some shit. But that'd take a lot of time. Hrm.


I bet if you wanted to be lazy and send the videos to someone else with access to this "inter-net" thing, they might be willing to put 'em up. Just sayin'.

PostPosted: June 16th, 2007, 3:19 am
by exquisitezombie
Just a warning: I put over a hundred hours of labor into authoring those DVDs . . . there's quite a bit of improv there to sort through. But if somebody wants me to burn them a DVD so they can rip 'em and stream 'em, I'd be delighted to do so. Any takers?

PostPosted: June 16th, 2007, 10:54 am
by Marc Majcher
exquisitezombie wrote:Just a warning: I put over a hundred hours of labor into authoring those DVDs . . . there's quite a bit of improv there to sort through. But if somebody wants me to burn them a DVD so they can rip 'em and stream 'em, I'd be delighted to do so. Any takers?


Me rippy streamy. Gimme!