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TheOneRing.net Podcast: Fellowship! The Musical


Sep 9 2009, 1:03pm

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TheOneRing.net Podcast: Fellowship! The Musical Can't Post

Check out the latest edition of TheOneRing.net Podcast featuring 'Fellowship!' the musical.

The Mysterious Calisuri

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Sep 9 2009, 2:05pm

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I love the passion Edi Patterson put into that statement Heart and she's so right! BlushCool

But Quickbeam's exclamation, as in, "Fellowship with an exclamation... Prbha!!" was priceless... I think he had much more fun behind the scenes... sneaky little ent Evil

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Sep 9 2009, 2:33pm

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OMG... that sound like a BLAST!! And it's absolutely great to see our Microphoned Warrior out in the field again bringing us smiles and great peeks at what's going on out there! Now.... BRING FELLOWSHIP TO WITHIN MY REACH!!!! :D

Way cool, Calisuri & Quickbeam! Thanks :D


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~Hug like a hobbit!~ "In my heaven..."

I really need these new films to take me back to, and not re-introduce me to, that magical world.

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Sep 9 2009, 5:17pm

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that looks like so much fun.

Can't they also come to NYC during the RCMH-concert? I can still squeeze in some moments (who needs to sleep anyway in the city that never sleeps).


Sep 9 2009, 6:38pm

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This would be so fun to see! And I agree Gramma, how great to see Cliff out there with the Mic again. I hope to see more regular podcasts/interviews. They were some of my favorite features on the old site.

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Sep 9 2009, 7:25pm

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We had them perform some of their numbers at one of the ORC conventions, can't recall which one, but they were there. They also got to bring the production down to San Diego during Comic con one year. They are a great bunch of people and so funny too, the LA fans love them to pieces.

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Sep 9 2009, 8:20pm

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What fun! [In reply to] Can't Post

And I'm with Rosie: can we get them to NYC in October? Smile


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Sep 10 2009, 12:44am

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Hey guys, Art here, editor/director of the podcasts and your Dragoncon table orc! I hope you guys like the podcasts and don't forget to subscribe to slaveboyfilms on youtube for updates to the podcasts! Please spread the word so that we can continue to bring you fresh and exciting podcast content!


Sep 10 2009, 5:52pm

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Very clever show. [In reply to] Can't Post

I saw it twice in LA, during various runs. Very tacky staging, although that's also part of the fun (just don't expect a slick, professional production).

For NY, though, I'd much prefer Charles Ross' "One Man LotR". He's breathtakingly brilliant.

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Sep 10 2009, 9:31pm

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Nice! [In reply to] Can't Post

Great podcast, and that looks like a fun show! I love parodies. If they come to NYC and I can afford it, I'd love to see this!

"I deemed it the worst part of all my journey, the road back, watching him day and night, making him walk before me with a halter on his neck, gagged, until he was tamed by lack of drink and food, driving him ever towards Mirkwood."


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