Sunday, September 13, 2009

IC Order 9/11 2009

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Thanks for everybody who came and performed! We had a great turnout and a pretty cool show. I hope it keeps up.


Blogger luke said...

1) For my Father by Leigh Mather
2) A song by Fran Arant
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4) Irrelevent Superheroes Anonymous by Josh Carlson
4.5) A Salute to the Airforce of Iowa State by Iowa State
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6) Random Observations; otherwise known as an attempt at standup Comedy by David Philips
7) California Sunburn by Stuart Erb
8) Woof by Arlen Lawson
9) My Moody Mistress by Mary Fessler
10) Paulie's Note by Luke Christensen
11) The Testimony of Brutus Gemini by Mirri Glasson-Darling
12) Good times with Grandpa by Darin Webb
13) An Open Letter and Statement of Principles by Evan Schenck

9/13/2009 1:41 PM  
Blogger luke said...

I would like to apologize for putting two things I knew David Route was in back to back.

Also that the "Salute to the Airforce..." wasn't a point five. Keep the point fives point fives.

I'll also apologize for jumping into that skit uninvited.

It was good to see the PBR people again, as well as Kyle Niemer.

I wasn't crazy that the PBR people did two of the same skit, but I also thought that they were both pretty good. I never liked professor know-it-all's having to start the next word with the last letter of the previous word thing, so I was glad that was dropped. And I also liked using several of the audiences suggestions.

Some Highlights for me

-David Philips' involvement of Andre the Giant
-At village inn we discovered that Arlen is just recycling old In Living Color skits
-Mirri's line about stabbing a straw into a can of soda so it knows it's about to get drank
-Evan doing political humor. I'm sure had he done this after GlennBeck's 9/12 he would have had even more fodder

9/13/2009 1:49 PM  
Anonymous David Rout said...

For clarification:

1) My last name is "Rout." Luke, you made a common error by putting an e at the end of it.

2) I was in only one piece. Though I did in fact write two pieces, it was not glaringly obvious because I performed in one piece and ran the lights for the other. Actually, I ran the lights for all of the other pieces, other than that one I was in. So there really wasn't anything to tie me to 3.5, except maybe the prop and now your comment of grievance.

3) Luke, your finger, in its search for "g," found "d" instead. I don't know if Blogspot lets users edit comments, but "sland" should be "slang." I don't mind the missing colon as much.

9/14/2009 12:18 AM  
Anonymous David Rout said...

1) Leigh, you expressed your concern with the offensiveness of this piece. I was expecting offensive. When you were up there, I expected offensive. I am still expecting offensive. My lack of synonyms is now offensive.

However, I did get to see the director's cut long before you performed it in theatre(s).

I found it strange for you to drive lines with "we" as the subject when this is entitled "For my Father." Why did you break the fourth-wall?

Fun fact: second week in a row where Leigh has opened No Shame.

2) I will admit, since there were two songs, my memories are merging the two. However, I find I can't follow along with songs unless I know the lyrics, and it's hard to fill the theatre without mics. Also, I was happy to see someone playing a banjo, even though it was more like a background instrument for this piece.

3) Anybody else know how hard it is to hold one's arm out without actually resting it on anything?

James made this piece. If he hadn't been in it, I wouldn't have been able to pull it off. He did his entry better than I had imagined, and I would have given my seven times table to have seen it from the audience.

3.5) After my last "point-five" fiasco, I wrote this one out of spite. I was pleased with the results.

4) I think the guest star appearance of Towlie made this piece, though it was interesting to watch Eric try to reconcile the script with what was actually going on.

One complaint is I couldn't hear X-Rod no matter how much I strained my ears. Outdoor voices onstage are encouraged (at least by this idiot).

4.5) This would have gone better had it not been for the air. The air fucked up a lot of the flight patterns of the paper airplanes. If the theatre had been a vacuum, they would have flown straighter and truer and we all would have been dead.

5) I wouldn't call this prose. I'd call it poetry because it made me jealous. Solid, Kyle, solid.

6) David, I noticed your nervousness only when you left the stage with topics still on your list. I wanted you to keep going, man! Even so, ya did good.

7) This was the other song, if I remember. I liked this one more because I could hear the music and vocals better and because it had moar banjo. And I liek moar banjo.

8) Arlen, someone lied when they said I was a good substitute in your absence. It's good to have you back, and I can't wait to see what more you've got for us.

9) This was interesting, like a game of cooperative Mad-Lib. The woman in the chair was very quick-witted. Even still, I preferred the Good Times with Grandpa because it featured top hats and mahogany canes, monocles and dueling gloves, to which I have a heavy bias.

10) Thoroughly enjoyable! Luke, I want to know how long it took you to perfect Paulie's voice, because it sounds like you put your best into it. I might have let this one go for a bit longer than it should have because I didn't really want it to end.

11) Mirri gave us a very interesting person in this piece. Way to bring your character to life, not to mention your interesting way of telling things. I still want to know how it ends, though.

12) Best line of the night, in my opinion, was about octopi not being invented yet (since it was the 1940s). Terrific job on the accent, old boy! I'd like to see more of these in the future, but I think just one a night should do the trick.

13) Evan, it was good to have you back for this piece. I'm not really certain what your point with this letter was though, and I'm blaming that on myself. It was still a hoot.

9/14/2009 1:14 AM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson said...

A review by Eli

1) For my Father by Leigh Mather

-Pretty good piece. I remember being thrown off thinking Leigh was going to do something comedic and getting something serious which is a good thing. I like surprises.

2) A song by Fran Arant

-I had a hard time hearing his lyrics. Wish I could have. I thought the best part of this song was Stuart playing the Banjo accenting the song.

3) Gherrit White by David Route

-This was alright. I wish it were about 3 paragraphs shorter. Sometimes with serious pieces of this you can't pull your punches and stall with information that is not necessary to what is going on. Trim the fat just a little David and I think you got something very promising.

3.5) Transitive Verb (sland) the process by which one turns into a whore by Merriam Webster dot com backslash

-This was pretty good and a perfect example of what a point five should be. Length was perfect. David's casting seemed to work well if I say so myself. And the writing was clever.

4) Irrelevent Superheroes Anonymous by Josh Carlson

-I'm split on this piece. I thought some parts of the script were great. But at the same time there was no action, nothing that drove the scene, and everyone stayed glued to their chairs. I also don't know how I feel about using a trademarked character in the skit but you know, he gave some good lines and really brought some laughs.

4.5) A Salute to the Airforce of Iowa State by Iowa State

-This is not what a point five should be. First, I did not have a clue what the joke even was. Having thought on it I can only think of a 9/11 crashing planes joke which is kinda in bad taste. Secondly, it had no end. It should not of gone on as long as it did. Thirdly, I thought that it was reckless. I know paper planes are not that harmful but some of them were curving and dive bombing on them unexpectedly. On the constructive side: I felt that Luke getting on stage was the right thing to do and what should've happened from the very start.

5) Mystery Girl by Kyle Niemer

-This was funny. I hope Kyle comes back and does some more stuff. It was clever on how it would lull you with things that seem typical then he would pull out a line that would just put you on your backs laughing.

6) Random Observations; otherwise known as an attempt at standup Comedy by David Philips

-This was also really good. Its not often that we have stand up but when we do it is a nice change of pace. David did a similar style piece last year that was also very good. So I hope he comes back. The laughs are there if he wants them.

7) California Sunburn by Stuart Erb

-I liked what I heard. I thought Stuart played the banjo very well and I liked that he tried to get a more guitar like sound out of it. I only wish I could have heard more of the lyrics.

9/14/2009 3:50 AM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson said...

Part II:

8) Woof by Arlen Lawson

-Another really good Arlen monologue. His use of Metaphor and ability to twist a piece at its climax are what made this one good. It sucked you in by having some humor then sucked that humor out of you.

9) My Moody Mistress by Mary Fessler

-Pretty good improv monologue. She really did a good job combining suggestions so that more hilarious results would come of it.

10) Paulie's Note by Luke Christensen

-A very good piece by Luke. Paulie is one of my favorite of Luke's character and the fact he had established him so well last year that now we were getting the character humor more than the situational humor.

11) The Testimony of Brutus Gemini by Mirri Glasson-Darling

-I liked this. Though it felt like it was a two in one skit. I wasn't sure if it was a comedy or a serious piece. The parts that were funny were really funny which made the more serious stuff later seem slightly out of place. Maybe it the serious shift wasn't as long but still the ratio of humor to drama seemed kinda out of whack. Personally I found the opening segment about wanting to stab someone and her friend who got a guy in the eye with her keys were the best parts.

12) Good times with Grandpa by Darin Webb

-Same structure as Mary with similar results. While funny Darin's pickups weren't as fast but yet again he was dealing with lame old Carpetbaggers instead of awesome Velociraptors. So I can't blame him for that. Haberdashery? Ouch. Who suggested that? Evan?

13) An Open Letter and Statement of Principles by Evan Schenck

-Speaking of Evan, this is classic Evan. Telling you how it is... even if there is no scientific proof that Obama is capable of black magic. (And by "black magic" I mean the art of evil magic and not something racist. I know you were thinking it as you read it.) Though it would be funny if he sold our health care... oh oh oh Obama Auto Parts.

9/14/2009 3:50 AM  
Blogger Eric Jesteadt said...

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9/21/2009 1:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For all the people ridiculing how my piece was 'not what a point five should be', it was NOT meant to be a point five at all. Because the script had little content in it, it was labeled as a point five, and I could not voice out that it was indeed a full piece. The labeling of it as a point five was not my doing, but that of the order taking department. I apologize for the confusion.

9/21/2009 1:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, no 9/11 joke was intended.

9/21/2009 1:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"For all the people ridiculing how my piece was 'not what a point five should be', it was NOT meant to be a point five at all."

Okay. Fine. Whatever. That still doesn't make up for the fact that no one knew what your joke was and that your airplanes were recklessly being thrown and dive bombing on the audience. To be honest the piece wasn't so much a piece as it was a pointless opportunity to run around and have "play time". That is probably not what you intended. So it is an opportunity to learn about how you can structure your pieces differently so it doesn't seem like you are just playing around and being silly. We all have had that moment in our NS careers. Just remember that with pieces like this you are performing to entertain an audience and not just yourselves.

9/21/2009 3:13 PM  
Anonymous David Rout said...

Hey. Hey look. Anonymous is having an argument with itself.

9/21/2009 11:15 PM  
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9/22/2009 10:11 AM  
Blogger Eli said...

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9/22/2009 2:24 PM  
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Winning the Game

The moment you figured out you won, you must immediately yell BINGO, and it should be loud enough for the floor walker to hear. The pot money shall be given to the winner once their winning card is confirmed. Well, in winning or once you know you just won, the most important thing is that you shout the winning word BEFORE the time elapses. If the game proceeds and the next number is mentioned and you failed to shout "Bingo", your winning card is disqualified. Therefore, this is the rule you must know.

There may be cases when there are two winners, and in this case the pot money shall be divided equally among the winners. Supposing there are two winning cards, the two winners will share half the prize money.

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Bingo rules are basically the same no matter in which Online Bingo hall you play. But still it's good if you know these rules by heart. If it is your first try, then ask for handouts and inquire from pros regarding the game rules. Nonetheless, the ideal thing to do if you have questions is to ask the floor walker and not the person seated beside you. You should clarify things and doubts before the game starts because asking too many questions as the game proceeds could well distract you. This guideline also applies to those who are newcomers at casinos, those who play roulette for the first time.

Bingo halls demand an age limit of 18 years old. If you are below this age, you are prohibited to play. Some bingo houses ban alcohol inside, so players aren't supposed to take liquor nor drink it inside the venue. Smoking may also be restricted inside the venue, as there are designated smoking sections.

Take note that some Bingo houses don't allow food but some do, so it basically depends on the venue. Policies vary among different venues. For instance, some bingo halls allow reservation of cards, while others don't allow it. Some allow people to leave the venue in the middle of the game, others forbid it. But there are general policies observed in all bingo houses, such as disqualification of tampered bingo cards. There is no way you can get away with a tampered card because the walkers are adept at identifying authentic cards from tampered ones. You could be banned from a bingo establishment if proven liable of tampering a card. Hence, you should play honestly.

Interestingly, some venues offer special bingo games for kids although some halls don't allow players to have companions while playing. Suppose you bring kids with you, don't let them run around the venue and bother other gamers. They should behave well whilst you play and the game proceeds. Play quietly and don't recite the numbers you desperately want to come off because you'll be much of a disturbance if you do. Decorous playing is expectant of all players, even those who play roulette at casinos. Also, having a valid identification is important because you don't know you might win and need to present credentials.

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