Sunday, January 11, 2009

Enough to go around

Let's review. Saturday night, you could choose from: 
Tantrum performed for a respectable crowd on Friday, too.

Within the week, improv shows got major coverage in the Star (twice) and the Pitch. We got a call on Tantrum/Comedy On The Square's reservation line from a freelancer working on an article about the comedy scene in the urban core (if you direct a troupe that plays regularly in midtown/westport/crossroads/downtown, gave her your name and number). 

We've got what we wanted. People are noticing. CIVILIANS are noticing. 

This is about to get really fun.

4 comments:

  1. Even with all those other venues sold out, Biblioclast & H7 had great crowds as well. There are more than enough civilians to go around.

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  2. It wasn't a conventional improv show, but I think CounterClockwise sold out Saturday at the Screenland as well.

    Wow.

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  3. Out of date link alert! It's actually:
    http://www.hypothetical7.com/

    Glad to hear the shows downtown went well! Hype 7 had a great crowd, great show, and we had a lot of fun bringing out our inner rock stars. I did go ahead and post pics on my blog and facebook, squee!

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  4. CCC did sell out Saturday, and I heard from someone else that Comedy City might have too. What the butt?

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