1. So, we somewhat recently concluded casting for the 2005-2006 improv season. Many a tear was shead, much blood was spilled, many a PBR consumed. But in the end, we came up with some amazing theatre athletes. Ezra Fox, Caitlin Schoenfelder, Sarah Hathaway, and Ben Kegan have made massive contributions to the team. There's a sort of theatre sports tradition where, the night after call-backs, we go and wake up the people we decided to cast. You see, normally, people would be pissed off that we woke them up at 4:00 AM, but under the circumstances people are usually glad we came. Here's the video of us waking up our new theatre athletes. Unfortunately, there's no video of us waking up Caitlin, because I don't think you're allowed to film anything in Prentiss. It's like the Whitehouse that way.

We harass Ben Kegan in the middle of the night
We harass Sarah Hathaway in the middle of the night
We found Ezra doing homework
We try to figure out where Caitlin Schoenfelder lives

2. ) And here are some of the photos we took of that fateful night.


A blurry shot of horrified, half-asleep Caitlin Schoenfelder.


Some of us suspect Ben Kegan is a Gulf War veteran because when we woke him up he almost killed three of us.


Sarah Hathaway sleeps beneath a Breakfast Club poster. We cast her anyway.

3. ) Stephen and I were online trying to find the videos for R Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet" videos. Why? Because they're culturally relevent, that's why. Anyway, we couldn't actually find the videos. This, however, is what we did find.

The first five episodes of "Trapped in the Closet" all played simultaneously.

4. ) A thoroughly inebriated theatre athlete (who shall go, for the moment, nameless) called me up and left the following message on my cellular telephone. This might only be funny if you've heard Beyonce's "Baby Boy".

Message left on my Cell Phone