Sunday, December 02, 2007

IC Best of No Shame Nominations!

Just because Evan got impatient. Kidding. Hey all you folks, nominate your favorite pieces of the semester here. To find the orders go to the main page (noshame.org) click on the Iowa City tab and find the "The Orders" link. If recent orders don't go up soon pester Adam Hahn to no be so lazy.

Full order Noms greatly appreciated over select noms. (Just so there are nominations for other pieces)

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31 Comments:

Blogger LILLY said...

American Black Box Presents The Great American Movie Novel!

12/02/2007 3:35 PM  
Blogger luke said...

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12/02/2007 10:54 PM  
Blogger luke said...

Clamp your bottom and Whack! by the New Rafiki

The Coyote by Arlen Lawson

EDIT:

added

Two Greg Machlins is too many and one Greg Machlins is not enough by Jake Gontero

12/02/2007 10:59 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

In no particular order:

5. It's True, They Really Don't by Katy Baggs (mother struggles with newly robot son) (dead week last semester)

Clamp Your Bottom & Whack by The New Rafiki (9/14)

American Black Box Presents: The Great American Movie-Novel by American Black Box (this was the Jurassic Park piece)

Pills by Eric Landuyt (9/28)

The Desert, by Nick Beatty (Nick's guitar piece) (11/9)

Fires Involve Pitmasters & Television Sets (Patrick Ashcraft) (9/14)

Litterbox Greg (by Jake Gontero), (10/26)

Two Potatoes Explain Their Feelings for Each Other--Eli. (10/19)

The Coyote by Arlen Lawson

Outgoing Mail or The Persian by Evan (my favorite Evan piece was Performance Review, but he himself didn't like that one, so I won't nominate it, unless he's okay performing it again)

A New Character (by Greg) (the Velocirap-ster) (10/5)

Hug by Janani (10/26)

Eric Jesteadt is Now Animated in Technicolor ERIC JESTEADT (10/26)

12/02/2007 11:38 PM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson said...

Correction to the actual post: Where it says "no", replace that with "not". Where it says "Adam Hahn" replace that with "Dad?"

12/03/2007 8:23 AM  
Blogger ERIC L. said...

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12/03/2007 3:09 PM  
Blogger ERIC L. said...

In no particular order:

"Fires Involve Pitmasters and Television Sets" by Patrick Ashcraft

"Eric Jesteadt is Now Animated in Technicolor" by Eric Jesteadt

"The Men on Stage Shaking Hands" by Cool Jesse

"Alfredo and Daughers: Part of a Telanovella" by Mose Hayward / Translation by Google

"American Black Box Presents: The Great American Movie-Novel" by American Black Box

"The Trucker and the Apocalypse" by Arlen Lawson

"How to Detect a Werewolf" by Eric Landuyt

"The Break Up" by Christina Gulick

"A Technological Love Song" by King Sophie

"The Boys" by Johnny Lee and the Johnny Lees

"Distance over Time" by Nick Beatty

"Trekaphor" by Adam Burton

"A Persian Story" by Evan Schenck

"Two Potatoes Explain Their Feelings for Each Other" by Two Potatoes Wilkinson

Two Gregs is way too many, and one Greg is not enough - Jake Gontero

12/03/2007 3:09 PM  
Blogger janani said...

When Life gives you babies, make baby-ade - Parts I-II - Beowulfric Lenth

American Black Box Pt 1 - Martyr Benyo

Hahn is Gone - Coraline Ashcraft

Mt. Spookula - Aureliano River

Litterbox Greg - Jacopo Gontero

Stovetop Boys or Fart 1 - with understudy

The Grave Robber - Harlan Lawson

Canyon Chapter 1 - Herman Lawson

The Clockwork Man - Istvan Schenck

Do You Like Adventure? - Yekaterina Baggs

Opera lipsynch - Mary Sue Glasson-Darling

Velocirapster - Glurg Machlin

The ten Bhoomis - Pod Behrendtsen

Interview with a Poopula - Clam Fuller/Spray Howard

Eric Jesteadt is now Animated in Technicolor - Eric Jesteadt

12/03/2007 9:22 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

I want to second the call for "The ten Bhoomis" by Paul Behrendtsen

Katie Lawson's Matrimoniphobia

Two Men onstage shaking Hands (Cool Jesse)

Sally/Not Sally by KAT UDARRO

12/03/2007 11:07 PM  
Blogger brian said...

Here are my nominations!

The Great American Movie Novel by American Black Box

I Can Do It In My Dreams by Katy Baggs

Too Many Gregs is Not Enough and Too Few Greg is Far Too Many! by Ronco Gontero

1997 by Janani

The Clockwork Man by Evan Schenck

Clamp Your Bottom and Whack, though I hear Jamal is not going to be at the show? I'm putting this in here anyway.

Greasy Bob at the Debutante Ball by Jesse Blaine

And since I guess it's now socially okay to nominate one's own pieces, Neil Armstrong's Moon Blog by Brian Lenth.

12/04/2007 12:41 AM  
Blogger Jake Gontero said...

I definitely have to throw in:

Wiggle, Squinch, Dangle, Repeat by MICHAEL TABOR

12/04/2007 7:06 AM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson said...

I would like to remind people to look at the beginning of the semester. We had some good pieces by regulars that are being ignored as well as some great pieces by people who don't come as much.

12/04/2007 10:22 AM  
Blogger Snotnosed said...

Alright fuckers. You want my Nominations?! Well too god damn bad! I ain't giving you shit. Except these which are just some ass ramming suggestions. Douche Bags. (I am still waiting for my TRUCK SHAME and now I'm fucking cold!)

My Picks: (in an order format too!)

1)Clamp Your bottom and Whack! - New Rafiki

2)Oedipus Revisited OR You Know you like it you dirty girl. Don't Deny it. Just do it.- Eli Wilkinson

3) The Men on Stage Shaking Hands- Cool Jesse

4) *Spits* Mike Hayden Sent Me - Luke

5) The Persian- Evan

5.5) A New Character - Greg Machlin

6) Eric Jesteadt is now Animated in Technicolor- Eric Jesteadt

7) How to detect a werewolf - Eric Landuyt

8) Black Lace or My Life as a Patron of the Arts- Janani

9)Interview with a Poopula - Sam Fuller and Clay Howard

10) Sally/Not Sally - Kat Udarro

10.5) When Life Gives you Babies, Make Baby-ade - Brian Lenth

11) The Desert- Nick Beatty

12) Two Gregs is Way too Many - Jake

13) It's true they really don't - Katy Baggs

14) Bedroom Fever- Patrick Ashcraft

14.5) Greasy Bob at the Debutante Ball- Greasy Bob

15) Canyon Chapter 1- Arlen Lawson

16) American Black Box Presents the great american novel by ABB

THERE! I dare you to make a better order. I. DARE. YOU!!! Go on just try it.

12/04/2007 12:18 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Ah, hell, did I not nominate a piece by Brian Lenth? How the fuck did that happen? What was that two-part piece where Brian talked about all the ideas he had but wouldn't use, and then he used them in a later sketch? Oh, right. "When Life Gives You Babies, Make-Baby-Ade," both parts.

Also: "An Experiment in Subtext" by Alisa Rosenthal and "The Spanish Flowers" by Mirri. Gender equity!

12/04/2007 2:12 PM  
Blogger evan schenck said...

Snotnosed, I can't make a better order. You win.

You win at No-Shame.

12/04/2007 2:20 PM  
Blogger Snotnosed said...

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12/04/2007 2:53 PM  
Blogger Jake Gontero said...

Neil Armstrong's Moonblog by Brian Lenth!

12/04/2007 10:24 PM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson said...

What? Is that it?! Come on people.

12/05/2007 2:00 PM  
Blogger luke said...

I agree with snotnosed

12/05/2007 11:25 PM  
Blogger luke said...

also, where will BONS be done? I know that there's a show in theatre B at that time. I don't know if all their stuff will be in the way or not.

12/06/2007 12:29 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

"The Diner" by Greg Machlin

12/07/2007 1:18 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Wait, we've all forgotten Luke's Mime piece which a lot of people liked.

Luke's Mime Piece (I think it was called "I Learned about Roman History and Now You All Have to Suffer")

12/07/2007 1:21 AM  
Blogger luke said...

I would prefer to see
"clockwork man" by Evan, more than "The Persian Story." i think. Other than that, I think snotnosed hit the nail on the head

12/07/2007 2:39 AM  
Blogger ERIC L. said...

Wow, people are complimenting Snotnosed instead of calling him a jerk who's ruining the blog. Oh, how times have changed.

12/07/2007 8:53 AM  
Blogger ERIC L. said...

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12/07/2007 8:53 AM  
Blogger Snotnosed said...

Well Mr. Eric Landyut... I did tell everyone once that I go to almost all the shows. I know whats I talk about. I just take on this persona to be a d-bag to people like Eli and Jamal and Michael and etc. I don't know who 'etc' is but you all can assume that it is you.

12/07/2007 11:33 AM  
Anonymous jake_W said...

Seriously, everything from dead week last semester. But at least the next ones

1. Fuck Timm by Patrick Ashcraft (stealing Timm's writing, cock)

3. It's True, They Really Don't by Katy Baggs (mother struggles with newly robot son) HILLARIOUS>

6. The one where Shelton performed the next piece (Alan's pet shop) without his consent. HILLARIOUS.

Jon Shelton Gets Completely Naked by Shelton (Jon does solo performance of the next piece in the order)

16.5 The Untitled Monologue of Alex Crumbwell by Tim Sitzmann (beady eyes, vaginal strangulation, beady asshole made Alex queer)

14. Red Hot Romance by Eric Landuyt (real romance novel prose)

2. Fancy Feast by Jake Gontero (eating and discussing things Hedgie finds fancy)

12/07/2007 4:05 PM  
Anonymous Jake_W said...

I slept on it. And since we'll probably only get one piece from dead week, I think it should be Shelton reads the next piece in the order. But he should still read the pet shop piece from dead week.

If we get two, the second should be Baggs's.

The other ones were good, but Shelton's thing was one of the funniest things I have ever seen at no shame.

12/08/2007 10:06 AM  
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