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Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

So, obviously humor and wittiness are lost on General Public. Yeah... um we like Alan. Alan likes Loaded Dice. We just didn't have any recent shows coming up to plug so Alan didn't mention us as much as he would have liked. We used the comments section to try to keep General Public more aware of Loaded Dice and give him/her something to be curious about. Of course, General Public is always welcome at our shows, just as long as the General wears his/her uniform.

Posted by Loaded Dice on 01/10/2009 at 12:59 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

No pissing on the fabulous article was intended. Tantrum and Babel Fish were both mentioned in flattering terms, but didn't have any information about where to see them.

Posted by teebee on 01/09/2009 at 7:33 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

No pissing on the fabulous article was intended. Tantrum and Babel Fish were both mentioned in flattering terms, but didn't have any information about where to see them.

Posted by teebee on 01/09/2009 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Wow, way to take a nice article about your community and piss all over it in the comments section. Then again, I guess that's what this area is for. Your "hey, you forgot us" postings smack of desperation and neediness. If you weren't mentioned in the article, maybe you should become more noteworthy and stop trying to ride others' coattails.

My entertainment dollars will likely go to those mentioned in the article and not to those in the comments section. Then again, I'm left with a sour taste in my mouth after reading this so who knows if I'll bother with your shows at all.

Posted by General Public(not the band) on 01/09/2009 at 12:47 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Wow, way to take a nice article about your community and piss all over it in the comments section. Then again, I guess that's what this area is for. Your "hey, you forgot us" postings smack of desperation and neediness. If you weren't mentioned in the article, maybe you should become more noteworthy and stop trying to ride others' coattails. My entertainment dollars will likely go to those mentioned in the article and not to those in the comments section. Then again, I'm left with a sour taste in my mouth after reading this so who knows if I'll bother with your shows at all.

Posted by General Public(not the band) on 01/09/2009 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Nary a mention of Loaded Dice...
Oh the Bad Boys of Comedy are going to have to do something about this.
Something drastic.
Something spectacular.
Something even more devastating than the dancing girls incident.
Just wait...

Posted by Loaded Dice on 01/07/2009 at 3:22 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

I think TeeBee is Kansas City Improv Legend Trish Berrong.

Posted by Lou on 01/07/2009 at 3:12 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Nary a mention of Loaded Dice... Oh the Bad Boys of Comedy are going to have to do something about this. Something drastic. Something spectacular. Something even more devastating than the dancing girls incident. Just wait...

Posted by Loaded Dice on 01/07/2009 at 12:22 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

I think TeeBee is Kansas City Improv Legend Trish Berrong.

Posted by Lou on 01/07/2009 at 12:12 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Even further plugs, Improv-Abilities has shows every 4th Friday of the month at Lucky's Brewgrille.

If you're interested in learning improv or getting involved again, Improv Gym, at Eljay's coffee house every Thursday evening, is an extremely affordable way to break in or freshen up.

Posted by Scottish on 01/07/2009 at 4:53 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

The improv community thanks you.

Posted by KC Improv on 01/07/2009 at 2:56 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Oh, and, um...this just in: Because you asked for it, you don't have to wait for February 14 to see Babel Fish. They'll be performing with Fakers/Scriptease at the Corbin Theatre in Liberty on February 7 at 8pm. And it's only $5.

Posted by teebee on 01/07/2009 at 2:15 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

OK, one more related plug. It's a whole Second Weekend! See Tantrum (mentioned above) at the Westport Coffeehouse every single Second Friday at 8pm. Tantrum features the Pitch's Best Funny Performer 2008, Rob Grabowski, and this week (1/9) only, screenwriter Jim Howard. Zip over to tantrumkc.com for even more details.

Posted by Teebee on 01/07/2009 at 2:12 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Even further plugs, Improv-Abilities has shows every 4th Friday of the month at Lucky's Brewgrille. If you're interested in learning improv or getting involved again, Improv Gym, at Eljay's coffee house every Thursday evening, is an extremely affordable way to break in or freshen up.

Posted by Scottish on 01/07/2009 at 1:53 AM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

The improv community thanks you.

Posted by KC Improv on 01/06/2009 at 11:56 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

Oh, and, um...this just in: Because you asked for it, you don't have to wait for February 14 to see Babel Fish. They'll be performing with Fakers/Scriptease at the Corbin Theatre in Liberty on February 7 at 8pm. And it's only $5.

Posted by teebee on 01/06/2009 at 11:15 PM

Re: “Improv looks like the best way to laugh instead of cry in 2009

OK, one more related plug. It's a whole Second Weekend! See Tantrum (mentioned above) at the Westport Coffeehouse every single Second Friday at 8pm. Tantrum features the Pitch's Best Funny Performer 2008, Rob Grabowski, and this week (1/9) only, screenwriter Jim Howard. Zip over to tantrumkc.com for even more details.

Posted by Teebee on 01/06/2009 at 11:12 PM

Re: “Musical Theatre Heritage plays The Pajama Game like it’s taking them off

Fantastic show, I loved it. I loved everyone in it, and the director's choices. MTH is a great company. But, this review appeared to focus on your extreme opinions regarding one actor. Not the production as a whole. The review became a "bash" forum to insult Kansas City director's casting capabilities. It's unfair, and biased.

Posted by S. Jones on 08/28/2008 at 1:32 PM

Re: “Musical Theatre Heritage plays The Pajama Game like it’s taking them off

Fantastic show, I loved it. I loved everyone in it, and the director's choices. MTH is a great company. But, this review appeared to focus on your extreme opinions regarding one actor. Not the production as a whole. The review became a "bash" forum to insult Kansas City director's casting capabilities. It's unfair, and biased.

Posted by S. Jones on 08/28/2008 at 10:32 AM

Re: “The Actors Theatre looks for moral clarity by Taking Sides

Yes, Vanessa S was great in Coppelia Project, and they're doing it again in Lawrence in September. Don't miss it!

Posted by Simpian on 08/21/2008 at 2:48 PM

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