The 2011 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival

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The 2011 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival was the tenth annual Out of Bounds Comedy Festival.

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[edit] Summary

Its advertising was themed around ancient Rome, and referred to the festival with a roman numeral: "Out of Bounds X".

It featured Tim Meadows and Greg Proops as headliners.

The festival ran from Tuesday 8/30/11, to Monday 9/5/11.

The roast featured Tom Booker.

[edit] Acts

[edit] Local Improv and Sketch Acts

[edit] Out-of-Town Improv and Sketch Acts

  • 2-Man No-Show (Toronto)
  • The 400 Cat (LA)
  • 5 Man 3 Man (LA)
  • 710 Split(LA/ATX)
  • Allison Summers (LA)
  • The Amie and Kristen Show/The Kristen and Amie Show (Philadelphia)
  • Audience of Two (NYC)
  • Bangarang (LA)
  • Bitter Sweet Choke (Chicago)
  • Boom Chicago (Amsterdam)
  • The Cascade (NYC)
  • Claymore (Chicago)
  • The Comic Thread (Chicago)
  • Computer (Chicago)
  • DHT (LA)
  • Drum Machine (Minneapolis)
  • Final Foxtrot (Chicago)
  • FUCT (NYC)
  • Galapagos (Phoenix)
  • Get a Room (Philadelphia)
  • Gorilla Improv, Featuring Greg Proops (LA)
  • Happy Accident(s) (LA)
  • The Hindenburgs (Dallas)
  • Hunicutt & Grace (LA)
  • Inkling (Chicago)
  • Jerks (LA/CHI)
  • K.C. Redheart (Chicago)
  • Local 154 (NYC)
  • Lounge-asaurus Rex (Minneapolis)
  • Margot’s Pie (LA)
  • Mayfly (LA)
  • Mission: IMPROVable (Chicago)
  • Montreal Improv (Montreal)
  • My Favorite Customer (LA)
  • Nerdvana (LA)
  • Never Pickles (Chicago)
  • Nice Astronaut (Austin)
  • Oh Brother! (LA)
  • OJ in a Sippy Cup (NYC)
  • Pretzels (LA)
  • Rampleseed (MIN/CHI)
  • Red Dirt Improv (Oklahoma City)
  • Ringo (Minneapolis)
  • Rogue Improv (Houston)
  • Rough Cut (LA)
  • Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting (NYC)
  • Slow Children Crossing (LA)
  • “Smartest Man in the World” LIVE Podcast Recording (LA)
  • Standards & Practices (Toronto)
  • Strippers' Picnic (Chicago)
  • Switchboard (Chicago)
  • That Summer in June (Chicago)
  • Token Boy (LA)
  • Tremendosaur (LA)
  • TuskegeeXperiment (LA)
  • Twinprov (Oklahoma City)
  • Uncle’s Brother (Chicago)
  • The Victims (Dallas)
  • Villain: The Musical (Oklahoma City)
  • WeirDass (LA)
  • We're From Here (Toronto)
  • Young Sully (San Francisco)
  • The Younger Statesmen (LA)

[edit] Stand-Up Performers

  • Aaron Hertzog (Philadelphia)
  • Adam Newman (NYC)
  • Adam Pateman (NYC)
  • Amber Bixby (Austin)
  • Andy Ritchie (Austin)
  • Bob Khosravi (Austin)
  • Brian Gaar (Austin)
  • Bryan Gutmann (Austin)
  • Chad Warren (Austin)
  • Chelcie Rice (Atlanta)
  • Cody Eden (Salt Lake City)
  • David McQuarry (Austin)
  • Erik Anker (LA)
  • Erik Bergstrom (NYC)
  • Erin Lennox (NYC)
  • Gavin Stephens (Toronto)
  • George Gordon (NYC)
  • Greg Proops (LA)
  • Jarret Berenstein (NYC)
  • Joe Staats (Austin)
  • Jonathan Pace (Austin)
  • Kara Klenk (NYC)
  • Kat Radley (LA)
  • Katie Pengra (Austin)
  • Kevin McCaffery (NYC)
  • Lashonda Lester (Austin)
  • Mac Blake (Austin)
  • Maggie Maye (Austin)
  • Mary Jo Pehl (Austin)
  • Matt Koff (NYC)
  • Michelle Wolf (NYC)
  • Ramin Nazer (Austin)
  • Ravi Kiran (Dallas)
  • Rob Ryan (NYC)
  • Ryan Dalton (Cleveland)
  • Seth Cockfield (Austin)
  • Shawn Werely (Austin)
  • Steven Farmer (Austin)
  • Tony Vinh (Austin)

[edit] Films

  • Compass Cabaret 55
  • Delmonic Interviews
  • Looking for Lenny

[edit] More Information

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