The 2012 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival

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The 2012 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival was the eleventh annual Out of Bounds Comedy Festival.

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[edit] Summary

Its advertising was themed around the end of the world, and referred to the festival as "OOBageddon".

It featured Scott Adsit, John Lutz, and L. A. improv troupe Beer Shark Mice as headliners.

The festival ran from Tuesday 8/28/12 to Monday 9/3/11.

It included a performance of Blue Maestro, as well as "ZEDTalks", a set of TEDTalks-like presentations on random subjects set to randomly-selected PowerPoint presentations.

The festival roast featured David Lampe.

[edit] Acts

[edit] Local Improv and Sketch Acts

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

  • 3 For All (San Francisco)
  • 710 Split (Seattle/Austin)
  • Adsit and Lutz (LA)
  • Aphasia (Portland)
  • Asperger's Are Us
  • Audience of Two (NYC)
  • Ballpark Theatre Company
  • Bearded Men Improv (Minneapolis)
  • Beer Shark Mice (LA)
  • Butt Kapinski
  • Checkbook
  • Commerce Street
  • Doctro
  • The Don't We Boys!
  • Drew's Tumbler
  • Drum Machine (Minneapolis)
  • The Ed Forman Show, with ME! ED FORMAN!
  • Epic Adventure
  • The Five Deadly Improvisers (San Francisco)
  • Fooschwa
  • The Foundation
  • Four Stories Tall
  • Foxtrot
  • Grandma Hates Technology
  • Hot Property
  • K.C. Redheart
  • Los Subtitulos
  • Lounge-asaurus Rex
  • The Magnet Theater TourCo
  • ManCamp
  • The Mascot Wedding Show
  • MegaWolff
  • Mike and Irene and Eric
  • Never Pickles (Chicago)
  • Oh Theodora
  • Old Milwaukee
  • Onassis
  • Ophelia's Rope
  • Popular Science
  • Pretty/Windy Theatre Company
  • Reformed Whores
  • Ringo
  • Rogue Improv
  • Scout
  • The Shock T's
  • Spaceboat
  • Spider Dance
  • Spontaneous Combustion
  • Stag Comedy
  • Star Trek: The Next Improvisaion (Minneapolis)
  • Super Mega Art Show (Seattle)
  • The Team
  • That Summer in June
  • Third Curd
  • Twinprov
  • Umlautilde
  • The US National Improv Team
  • The Victims
  • We're From Here

[edit] Stand-Up Performers

  • Alli Breen
  • Ashley Barnhill
  • Brendan K. O’Grady
  • Brian Gaar
  • Calvin Cato
  • Caroline Bassett
  • Chris Darden
  • Chris Tellez
  • Danny Palmer
  • Dominic Harris
  • Duncan Carson
  • Howard Beecher
  • Jake Flores
  • Jake Sharon
  • Joe Hafkey
  • Jonathan Pace
  • Kara Klenk
  • Kat Radley
  • Kath Barbadoro
  • Katie Pengra
  • Keith Lowell Jensen
  • Kevin O’Shea
  • Lance Weiss
  • Lashonda Lester
  • Leah Dubie
  • Luke McClory
  • Luke Thayer
  • Maggie Maye
  • Matt Sadler
  • Meghan Hanley
  • Michele Durante
  • Paul Oddo
  • Ralphie Hardesty
  • Ramin Nazer
  • Rohit Kohli
  • Ryan Douglass
  • Steven Farmer

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