Posts Tagged ‘chris camp’
As you can see, Magnet has a new website. Hoooray!!!
Here’s a quick message from Ed Herbstman:
Wow. Welcome to the new site. Took a little while, huh? We were pretty ambitious with this overhaul that it took a long time. I’ll admit, there were moments when it seemed like it wouldn’t happen. Like when we had to stop work to prepare for Y2K. Or when we took a break to watch the moon landing on television. And who could forget Appomattox?
Well, now the new site is here and we hope you really like it and find it useful and clear.
I want to personally and loudly thank Sean Taylor for his incredible job making this new site come alive. Please tell him what a great job he did next time you see him.
There are a few other people who helped out along the way, and I also want to thank them. Frank Bonomo, Christian Capozzoli, TJ Mannix, Armando Diaz, Alex Marino, Marcy Jarreau, Mark Grenier, Elizabeth Findlay and James Eason.
The site was designed by Graham Slick.
You’ll see there are a lot of blog entries. And starting now you can make comments on posts. So feel free to comment.
And please comment on this post to let us know what you think of the new site.
We’ll be testing the settings on the blog in the coming days, so it may be possible that your comment does not show up right away. This is just part of testing and will be fully operational soon.
That said, if you find something broken or missing, or have a suggestion for something that might improve the site, please let us know. You can report bugs on the Contact Us page, and in the drop down you’ll see ‘report a bug’. Or email email@example.com directly.
The Magnet Theater is sending 4 teams out to the Chicago Improv Festival next week. A represenative from TimeOut Chicago attended our CIF showcase at the beginning of the month and had some nice things to say about The Cascade, Chet Watkins, FACE and Hello Laser.
Duo Rick Andrews and Jennifer Dunne have a compelling form on their hands… this duo played it smart and patient, and Id watch them again. (The Cascade)
These long-form practitioners have a secret weapon: fearless women. The men arent half bad either... All in all, impressive. (Chet Watkins).
Its awesome to hear instrumentation besides a piano, and the musicians rotate frequently (including new ones in Chicago). Also, this group embraced the entirety of the stage in a big way and offered solid callbacks. (FACE)
This quartet of goofs is a C.I.F. visiting favorite and, having now witnessed them on home turf, its easy to see why… If the C.I.F. were a competition, we know where wed place our bets. (Hello Laser)
So maybe you can’t go to Chicago just to see your favorite
Magnet Teams. You can, however, get a preview of the teams accepted to CIF 2011 all weekend:
FACE Friday at 7pm
Chet Watkins Friday at 8pm