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Productions (MAP) Theater.  And he and partner Peggy Gannon are hosting trivia nights.  Arrested Development, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Brat Pack, you name it - they triva it.  Catch the schedule on the Facebook.

Special thanks to Steve Shay for highlighting all of the cast and crew from West Seattle.  Catch the article here at: http://www.westseattleherald.com/2012/05/01/features/chop-socky-boom-new-web-tv-ninja-spoof-showca

CSB's very own Jay Irwin interviews KRISTIN CHENOWETH about her new show for Broadway World!!!  Video by Ali Mohsenian . . .
http://broadwayworld.com/article/BWW-TV-Seattle-Exclusive-Behind-the-Scenes-of-Kristin-Chenoweth-on-Tour-20120511

Chop Socky Boom has been invited to join the Zombie Orpheus Entertainment lineup!  ZOE is dedicated to developing and distributing the stuff that YOU want to see!  There mission, to thrill fans of fantasy, science fiction, and horror with tales of high adventure, low comedy, and surprising twists and turns.  The Company is a multimedia production company dedicated to developing and producing...

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In addition to filming her own series Geekseekers, contributing her talents to local web-series chop socky boom AND the Dirty Do-gooders . . . Jen Page is already off and filming Season II of Journeyquest with those cool cats over at Dead Gentlemen Productions and Zombie Orpheus Entertainment. Catch the full story at http://www.journey-quest.com/ or...

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Wing It Productions presents Guantlet, an interactice video game improv show May 3 - 18 . . . . catch the full story here . . . http://www.wingitpresents.com/gauntlet/

Congratulations to Seattle based web series the Collectibles on their world premiere at Emerald City Com-icon!  Nine members of the Collectibles Team also contributed their talents to Chop Socky Boom. CSB's Charlie, Dan Humphrey, not only plays the Quick in the Collectibles but he's also the Editor for the show.  Additionally, extra special congratulations to our other CSB warriors, Cherelle...

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The world premiere of Harold and the Purple Crayon featured Khanh Doan and was adapted by Seattle artists Don Darryl Rivera, Auston James and Rob Burgess.  The production played both at the Seattle Children’s Theater and at the Children’s Theater Company in Minneapolis.  To find out more about  Harold, check out the SCT website at :...

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Special thanks to our latest Demon Fighter Don Maddock who is feverishly creating our opening credits artwork.  A sneak peak of what he’s been up to for us along with a link to the rest of his work.   

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