Freddy Hall's Top 8 Favorite Places in Boston

Freddy Hall, our accomplished guitarist, created a video summary of our four weeks in Boston, listing the top eight hot spots that you would have found him and other company members during their stay. This homage to one of America's oldest cities is backed by Kyle Riabko's jazzy smooth rendition of "The Guilty Ones," available on his latest album. Enjoy!

Video #1 Top 8

Baltimore Bar Crawl Scavenger Hunt Contest

We have Spring Awakening coasters in 50 bars throughout Baltimore.

Your assignment, should you choose to accept it: Name as many of the 50 bars as possible. The person who gets the most number of bars correct wins four tickets to Spring Awakening at the Hippodrome. There is also a grand prize to the first person to submit the correct names of ALL 50 bars!

How to submit: Email your name and phone number with the names of the bars you found to: baltimoreguiltyones@gmail.com.

Deadline: midnight, Friday June 5th, 2009.

Have fun...but don't die of alcohol poisoning, ummm kay?

SA Coasters in Baltimore Bars

SA Coasters in Baltimore Bars


Tickets Now on "soft sale" for Spring Awakening in Chicago

Tickets for our Chicago engagement don't officially go on sale to the public until June 15th...

but you can now buy them before everyone else during our "soft sale."

Go to http://www.broadwayinchicago.com to get the best seats now!

Aren't you glad you're a subscriber to our blog...? :)


Spring Awakening in Pittsburgh: In Town Press

Hope everyone had a great Memorial Day Weekend. My gosh, the four weeks in Boston flew by; we will have a few more videos from Boston to show you soon.

We're in Pittsburgh this week! Pittsburgh is the home of Andy Mientus. It's also where Perry Sherman went to school at Carnegie Melon. Andy has been carrying the bulk of the press roll-out as Pittsburgh gets ready to welcome back its native son.

Check out these two great newspaper articles featuring Andy:

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE--(mentions the fact that Andy started our official Facebook group)

(Andy has also started his own Fan Page on Facebook too so if you're on Facebook, show him your support)


PITTSBURGH TODAY LIVE Perry Sherman and Andy were interviewed on Pittsburgh Today Live (KDKA/CBS Affiliate):


And here is a review of the show the following day on the same program (though the critic reviewed two shows at the same time by catching an act of each...what??):



PITTSBURGH POST GAZETTE: "Spring Awakening" can be dizzying, even difficult, if you were brought up on Rodgers & Hammerstein and Lerner & Loewe. But fresh voices such as Sater's & Sheik's are worth the effort.

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE: The four leads -- Christy Altomare as Wendla, Steffi D as Ilse, Blake Bashoff as Moritz and Carnegie Mellon University student Perry Sherman, an understudy who ably filled the role of Melchior at Tuesday's performance -- propel the story with immediacy, nuance and emotional reality.

If you're coming to the show, stop by afterwards and say! The stage door to the Heinz Hall is located on Penn Avenue.


Apple Store Performance, Boston

Our Apple Store event in Boston was a great success. It was fun to be in the largest Apple Store in the United States! We nabbed some photos as the cast took over the entire third floor of the Apple Store. Fans and Apple users alike crowded around listening to a rare unplugged version of Bitch of a Living, Word of your Body, and Touch Me with a fan Q&A post performance. Thanks to all who visited and a special thanks to Apple Store Boston - you all rocked!

Here's a video of Kyle and Christy's gorgeous duet version of Touch Me taken by one of our fans. There are several others on YouTube:

Cast poses in front of the Apple Logo:
Apple Store Performance and Made on a Mac discussion

A fan asks a question:
Apple Store Performance and Made on a Mac discussion

Anthony talks about how he uses his Mac to Vlog and promote the show on the road:
Apple Store Performance and Made on a Mac discussion
More pictures available at Http://www.flickr.com/groups/springawakeninggallery

$25 Ticket Offer for Spring Awakening in Baltimore at the Hippodrome!!

We've just received an amazing discount offer for Spring Awakening in Baltimore for the Hippodrome at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.

Get $47 seats for just $25 (!!)

Valid for rear orchestra and front upper balcony seats on these performances:

Tue June 9th, 2009 8 pm
Wed June 10th, 2009 8 pm
Thur June 11th, 2009 8 pm

Tue June 16th, 2009 8 pm
Wed June 17th, 2009 8 pm
Thur June 18th, 2009 8 pm

Know anyone in Baltimore? Forward this awesome discount offer to them now and make sure they know they can't miss us. Hurry! This offer can be revoked at any time.

Go to: http://www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/172363/1201887?brand=baa

Use Code: SOCIAL

* Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Subject to availability. Convenience charge applies unless redeemed in person at the box office located at 12 North Eutaw Street in Baltimore. Open Mon-Sat 11am-3pm. On show days, the Box Office is open 11am-Curtain. For availability and more information, please call Ticketmaster at 410.547.SEAT.


Legally Ben

Spring Awakening Tour: Legally Ben
Totally Boston! The tour arrives at one of the oldest cities in the states. This week our crew ventures to neighboring Harvard University where fellow castmate Ben Moss will be attending in the coming year - class of 2013! Check out the vid for a tour of the campus and some interesting tidbits of factoids brought to you by our very own Mr. Moss.



Nelvana Animation Studio Tour

We have more vids from Toronto!

Were you ever curious how some of your favorite animated cartoons were made? Thanks to one of our fans, Em, who responded to our "What Would You Do: Toronto" call out, some of the Spring Awakening company members were able to get a private, exclusive tour of the place where Em works: Nelvana Studios, home of such cartoons as Babar the Elephant, The Care Bears (no more), and The Backyardigans. Thanks, Em! Follow the cast as they meander their way through this Wonderland...and get trapped on a sinking submarine!

Video #1 Nelvana Studios Tour


Macy's "Sing For Your Tony Tickets" Boston Thursday!

Hey all,

If you're in Boston, make sure to come by TOMORROW, Thursday, May 14th for Macy's "SING FOR YOUR TONY TICKETS" contest.

Come watch the Spring Awakening cast perform live. Afterwards, 25 people will sing their favorite show tune in a singing competition. Winner gets a trip for two to the Big Apple where they will compete in the Finals at Macy's Herald Sq and win tickets to attend the Tony Awards in NYC on June 7th.

Steffi D and Chase Davidson have been selected as two of the judges for the event! How cool is that?! What if they chose YOU? Should be a fun time. Here's all the info:

5:30 PM


The TV Show GREATER BOSTON on WBGH did a great feature on us, interviewing Kyle Riabko and Tom Hulce. Click here and then click on "Spring Awakening at the Colonial:" http://www.wgbh.org/gb/?item_id=3581635

Also, if you missed it, here's Kyle and Julie Benko performing on the Fox 25 morning show, courtesy of KellyMette who posted it on Youtube:


Saying Goodbye to Claire; Saying Hello to Krista

May 10th was a sad day at the Colonial Theatre when the cast had to say goodbye to Claire Sparks. Claire wanted to say goodbye to all of you in her own words:

CHEERS by Claire Sparks


I thought it would be appropriate to start my letter with “cheers” since my final city is Boston, Massachusetts. I’m in my final week of performances with my family in Spring Awakening, and it could not be any more bitter sweet. I’ve been sitting at this computer for twenty minutes already, trying to find the words that could express my feelings and my experience. I’ll start at the beginning.

My experience with Spring Awakening started much like yours. I ignorantly flipped on my television to watch the 2007 Tony Awards, only to be amazed forever at the story of Spring Awakening. I was inspired by the truth, energy, and sincerity of the performance and the story, and immediately wanted to share that same story with the world. Spring Awakening hit home, as I’m sure it does with you in some capacity. I begged my parents to audition for months and finally was able to audition at an open call. That miraculously led to a callback in New York and the job opportunity of a lifetime.

I never thought I would find family so far away from home, but the first day we all met in New York, I knew we were kin. We’ve grown up together tremendously over the past year. We’ve experienced the same things, the same stories, and the same joys. I have met good friends along the way in different cities, and have seen some of the most beautiful places our nation offers.
My favorite city, I must admit is San Francisco, California. The town is so convenient, so sunny, and so beautiful. The Saturday market, Muir woods and beach, Alcatraz, the ocean, the wharf, the streetcars, the quaint shops, the nice community, Teatro Zinzanni; I could try to name them all, but it would take up half of the page. You’ll just have to visit yourself =)

I don’t think that I have one favorite memory, but I have a hand full of fantastic memories. My most daring memory took place in San Diego. The cast decided to spend the day at the beach. We discovered a grotto that people were snorkeling in that housed wild sea lions. So a few of us thought, why not? We rented gear and walked into the ocean. I’m not a swimmer. I can keep myself afloat, but in no means, if I was in danger, could I swiftly and confidently swim away. I held onto Chase the entire way while we were “swimming” to the cave. The sea lions were adorable and sunbathing, and the experience was one that I will always remember. I forgot while I was ogling the cute animals, that we would have to eventually get out of the water. I lost a flipper and couldn’t swim back to the beach, so we decided to exit onto a rocky shore. I ended up with a gash on my leg and a great story to tell.

I’m sad to leave the tour, but I will hold my experiences closely to my heart forever. I am so grateful to my family, friends, loved ones, directors, crews, and fans. You all have changed my life so much and I couldn’t thank you enough for supporting me and challenging me. Please continue to follow your dreams, I did and it was the best thing I’ve ever done. I love you all so much and will sincerely miss you. I will always keep the story and message of Spring Awakening and of my memories on tour in my heart. Thank you.

Love always,
Claire Sparks

Thank you, Claire. We will miss you and you will always be part of the Spring Awakening family. There is no news at this time as to when or if other cast members will be leaving. Many of them have not decided yet whether to renew their contract. Krystina Alabado will move from being a swing to a part of the ensemble, so her title will be “Ensemble; u/s Wendla, Ilse.” Congrats Krystina! Well deserved!

On June 1, in Louisville,KY, Krista Pioppi will be joining the tour as a swing. Here is her headshot and bio:


Krista Pioppi (Swing, u/s Wendla) National tour debut! Credits: High School Musical and The Sound of Music at Paper Mill Playhouse, original workshop 13! (Patrice). Love to Mom, Dad, Gina, & Dina Bogner.

Our casting directors have had their eye on Krista since she was 15 and she is finally now old enough to be cast! Krysta has her own blog and will detail her journey on Spring Awakening here: http://kristapioppi.blogspot.com/2009/04/hey-everyone-at-request-of-few-close.html Welcome, Krista! Can't wait to see you shine.


Degrassi: The Next Generation sees Spring Awakening

Many of the cast members of Degrassi: The Next Generation came to see Spring Awakening while we were in Toronto. They loved the show and wanted to come backstage to meet our cast members. We have exclusive video and pictures from this backstage mash up!

Video #1: What did Judy Jiao, Samantha Munro, Argiris Karras and Scott Paterson think of the show? Our company manager, Chris Recker, steps in to get their reactions:

Video #2: Kyle the Method Actor. Watch the end of this clip as Kyle takes you inside his "process." Hilarious! Other things to listen for: Samantha Munro, "You guys are so awesome! Like, you're so talented!" Also, Chris Recker admits to being a member of the "OGC."

You guys loved Jeremy Clay's photos from the Eaton Centre concert so much that we asked him back to document this meet and greet for
us. As usual, he got some awesome shots:

The two casts:

Degrassi comes to see Spring Awakening

Evan and Andy:

Mutual Admiration Society

Christy smiles for the camera:

Seeing the camera

LOADS more photos at our Flickr Group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/springawakeninggallery

Thanks to Jeremy for being so generous to us in Toronto. You can view his website here:



The Apple Store in store performance and discussion is TODAY at 5 pm!


Now Buy On-Stage Seats for Boston Online!


The Colonial Theatre has listened to your feedback.

Instead of going up to the box office to buy On Stage Seats, you can also now purchase them ONLINE for our Boston engagement through May 24th.

$25.00 On Stage Seats for Spring Awakening at Boston's Colonial Theatre
are now on sale on line at Ticketmaster.com and in person
at The Colonial Theatre box office (106 Boylston Street, downtown Boston).

Click on the link below, find the date you want to attend
and click " find tickets." The On Stage Seat box pops up.



The Spring Awakening Tour won two Touring Broadway Awards at last night's ceremony in New York City, for BEST DIRECTOR: MICHAEL MAYER and BEST SCORE: DUNCAN SHEIK. Congrats to everyone! http://www.playbill.com/news/article/128916.html

Profile of the Month: Steffi D.

Sorry for the delay in getting this video to you, folks. It's been hectic. Steffi D found time on opening night of our Boston engagement (a day after her 20th birthday!) to sit down with musician extraordinaire Freddy Hall who does triple duty for us as interviewer and videographer.

Thanks for all your great questions! We wish we could have answered them all. We chose 10 of our favorite questions. Enjoy!

Here are the questions asked in the video:

1) Tiffany said...

Do you feel any pressure to represent Canada when you are performing?

Does the cast ever make fun of you or tease you because you are Canadian?

Being a Canadian in an almost all American cast, do you find that they approach certain aspects of performing differently?

2) Cameron said...

How would you compare being on stage in 'Spring Awakening', and being on stage on 'Canadian Idol'? And which one (if any) made/makes you more nervous?!

3) Mark said...

If you were a Broadway producer, which musicals would you cast some of your cast members in (including yourself) and why?

4) Stephi D. said...

What is your favorite song, and if you could ever record with anyone, who would it be with and why?

5) Psychopathic Sanity said...

Has there ever been a moment on stage when something has gone wrong (aka props breaking, etc) when the cast has had to ad lib? If so, tell us about it! What is the funniest thing that has ever happened to you on stage?

6) Olivia Me. said...

these are some questions that you ask other cast members in your Hot Minutes:

What's your full name?
faves: color? animal? song to perform and/or to listen to?
And what quirks do you have?

7) Aubrey Marshall said...

In a life or death situation, what's plausibly the largest animal you could take down with your bare hands?

8) Nicole said...

If you could live in any other time period, what would it be?

9) Antonio said...

How would you describe yourself in high school?

10) Rhianne said...

If you were found in a refrigerator, what would you be and why?

What do think of Steffi's answers? What shows would YOU cast our actors in? We're curious. Leave your comments below!

As we've previously posted, Steffi was honored with an invitation for her and her mother to have a luncheon with MPP Phil McNeely and Premier Dalton McGuinty at Parliament while she was in Toronto. In Canada, the Premier is the federal head of government for a province or territory, akin to the Governor of a state in the United States and the MPP would be like a US Senator (except that there are only 13 provinces/territories in Canada so these positions hold even more prominence).

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Premier Dalton even came to see the show at The Canon Theatre, making the local papers. Here he is with our happy company:

Spring Awakening Cast with Premier Dalton McGuinty of Canada

More pics on our Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/groups/springawakeninggallery


Fan Friday's

Spring Awakening Tour: Fan Friday Tribute
Every so often we get a video from a very dedicated fan that we can't pass up, so we've established "Fan Friday Tribute," a series where every so often we we profile the love our fans have for Spring Awakening. This week is YouTube user ATUGirll. She states, "Here's a video I made (to attempt) to show all my love for the tour cast of Spring Awakening. It took forever to make, and to cut down to time constraints. It's almost ten minutes long and I think I had even more love, but what can ya do?

What can you do but experience for yourself...


Steffi Zombie and Kyle Zombie say, "Thanks, ATUGirll!"

Beware the Invasion, Steffi D! Beware the Invasion, Kyle Riabko!

Spring Awakening in Boston. Upcoming Events

We are rocking Boston!


Boston Herald
"No doubt about it - “Spring Awakening” is a game changer. With its young cast, exposed staging and pounding earnestness, “Spring Awakening” feels like a wave of fresh air rushing through Broadway’s thousand musty stages. I left with chills".

Boston Globe

"Spring Awakening" is a highly charged and often thrilling event. An intricate but clearly articulated story of adolescent rebellion, parental repression, love, and loss"

We're an editor's pick of the Boston Globe! There are no user reviews, though. Many people, including tourists, make their entertainment decisions based on what others think. Won't you take a moment and write a short review on their site? http://calendar.boston.com/boston-ma/events/show/82883311-spring-awakening


"The touring production of the Tony-winner that opened last night at the Colonial was the most entertaining musical I've seen in a while"


Interview with Kyle Riabko on NECN. Great video interview with Kyle. Click here.

Patriot Ledger "Rock Music Propels the Sexual Tensions in Spring Awakening."

Eagle Tribune Interview with Tom Hulce

The Boston Pheonix interview with Duncan Sheik

"Out takes" of Duncan's interview on the writer's blog:


May 2

12:30 pm cast performs at a live radio performance on WERS Radio.


Want to hear Perry Sherman and Freddy Hall sing Left Behind?

Freddy writes: "Perry Sherman and I did a radio interview for my alma mater, Berklee College of Music, yesterday. We also did a two person performance of "Left Behind" I sang some harmonies too! It'll air on Sunday May 3rd between 2 and 4pm at www.thebirn.com channel 1,"

May 3 is also Student Night at the Colonial. Buy your tickets for that show and stick around for a Post-show Q&A!

May 5th

Kyle Riabko and Julie Benko will perform "Word of Your Body" on Fox Morning Show. This combo has never been televised before! Would be great to get up on Youtube. Tune into to Fox on Tuesday morning in the 8 am hour!

May 11

Blake Bashoff and Steffi D will perform at the Elliot Norton Awards, honoring theatre in Boston.

The 2009 Elliot Norton Awards will take place on Monday, May 11, 2009, 7:00pm
at Sanders Theater in Cambridge.
Tickets for the event, priced at $15, are available at the Harvard Box Office, Holyoke Center, in Harvard Square, 617-496-2222, or visit www.boxoffice.harvard.edu. A dessert reception will be held in the lobby after the ceremony.


Bartenders Celebration at Lucky Strike
On May 11th the Improper Bostonian is throwing a party for the best bartenders in Boston at Lucky Strike for the launch of their biggest issue of the year! SPRING AWAKENING flyers and swag will given out to the over 500 guests and one lucky guest will win 2 tickets to see SPRING AWAKENING as the door prize.
21+ only.

We are particularly excited about an Apple Store performance at the largest Apple Store in North America and Macy's Sixth Annual Sing For Your Tony competition (even though it mistakenly says fifth annual in the poster):

Spread the Word.  We want a good turn out.

The Apple Store appearance will feature a "Made on a Mac" discussion with the company as well as a live performance. BE THERE! We want a big turn out!

Thursday May 14th and May 27

Tickets for our Pre-show Beehive Dinner Package are still available if you want to meet the cast at dinner: http://www.broadwayacrossamericaboston.com/SAPackage.html


Our Guilty Ones in Boston have been busy for weeks, spreading the word everywhere around town. The cast will have a pre-show cupcake event with the Guilty Ones on May 20th to show their appreciation. Thanks for all you do, Guilty!

Here are a few pics of the Guilty in action.

1. The Boston Guilty Ones:


2. A Student Booth on BU campus:


3. Ready To Engage:



10/06/09 - 10/11/09
Uihlein Hall Marcus Center For The Performing Arts
929 North Water Street, Milwaukee, WI

10/13/09 - 10/18/09
Music Hall
301 West 13th Street, Kansas City, MO
Non-subscription tickets on sale Sept 5, 2009 (subj to change)

10/20/09 - 10/25/09
Bass Hall
23rd St & Robert Dedman Drive, Austin, TX
(512) 477-6060

10/28/09 - 11/01/09
San Jose Center for the Performing Arts/BroadwaySanJose

Nov 4-15, 2009
Sacramento Community Center,
1301 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

Nov 17-29, 2009
Orange County Performing Arts Center
600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Ticketing number: 714.556.2787

Dec 1-13, 2009
The Buell Theatre
Denver Performing Arts Complex
14th and Curtis Streets Denver, CO 80204
Non-subscription tickets on sale: Mon, Oct 19, 2009 (web only Oct 18)
Ticketing Number: (800) 641-1222
Groups: 303-446-4829

Jan 5-10, 2010
Hershey Theatre
15 E. Caracas Ave, PO Box 395 Hershey, PA 17033
Non-Subscription Tickets on sale: Mon Aug 17, 2009
Groups: 717-534-3412

Jan 12-24, 2010
Aronoff Center
650 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202
Non-subscription Tickets go on sale: Nov 2009
Ticketing (not avail until 11/9) 800.982.2787

Jan 26-31, 2010
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
8099 College Parkway, SW Fort Myers, FL 33919
Non-subscription Tickets on sale: Sept 1, 2009 (Tentative)
Ticketing number: 800-440-7469
Groups: 239-489-3033, x 3122

Feb 2-Feb 7, 2010
Belk Theatre, Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
130 N. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC
Group Tickets: (704) 379-1380
Ticketing number: (704) 372-1000

Feb 9-14, 2010
Auditorium Theatre, Rochester Broadway League
885 E. Main Street Rochester, NY 14605
Ticketing Number: 800-745-3000

February 23-28, 2010
Bushnell Performing Arts Center

MARCH 2-7, 2009
DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center
Ticketing: 919-680-2787
Groups: 919-281-0587

March 9-14, 2010
Fabulous Fox Theatre
660 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Call Ticketmaster at (404) 817-8700

March 16-21, 2010
The Peace Center
300 S. Main Street Greenville, SC 29601
Ticketing Number: 800-888-7768
Groups: 864-679-9201

March 23 - April 4, 2010
Dallas Center for the Performing Arts
2100 Ross Avenue, Suite 650 Dallas, Texas 75201
Box Office: 214.880.0202

April 20-May 9, 2010
3011 W. Grand Boulevard Detroit, MI 48202
Ticketing number: 800-982-2787
Group Tickets: 313-871-1132

May 11-16, 2010
Arsht Center
Box Office: 305.949.6722

May 18-23, 2010
Carr Performing Arts Center
401 West Livingston Street Orlando, FL 32801

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I send fan mail to the cast?

If you just want to send a quick note to all the cast members telling them you appreciate their work, you can email us here at totallytruckedblog (at) gmail (dot) com. I will be happy to forward your email to the cast, but to preserve their privacy, it is unlikely they will email you back (I will, though).

You can also send individual performers fan mail and care packages care of the theatre at which we are currently performing or will be performing. Go to the theatre's website (listed above), find their mailing address, write the actor's name as well as "Spring Awakening" and send c/o the theatre. Remember, we are often at these theatres for only a week so make sure to allow for delivery times. It's a better bet to send it to the theatre we will be going to next as they can always hold packages for us until we arrive. Letters received late will not be forwarded to our next location.

2. How Can I Audition for Spring Awakening?
From time to time, we have open calls in larger cities across the US. We will post any additional open calls here. Subscribe if you havn't already to keep informed. In the meantime, we've made it easy for you to submit yourself singing a folk/alternative rock song on video. Go to: http://www.springawakening.com/videoauditionsubmission/ Make sure your submission is less than 500 MB and is one of the accepted formats. Your screen should change and you should get a confirmation that says your submission has been received. Trust us, people are called in this way. Lucas Wells was cast because of an online submission!

3. How Do I Score On Stage Seats?
That is really up to the individual theatres. Most of them won't release the seats until just before performances because they want to make sure the house is sold first. Some do so online, although the ticketing systems they have in place often can't accommodate our unique seats onstage. Most of them are available only at the box office (though you can purchase them for a performance in the future). The Guilty Ones Street Team members have the rights to purchase these seats before the general public. Any seats left over will be released to the box office and may also be purchased as part of rush tickets (discounted, day-of tickets).

4. How Do I Join The Guilty Ones?

The National Guilty Ones Street Team is a way for fans of the show in each of our tour stops to help us spread the word. You will get access to parties, meet and greets, and other special events while meeting new friends who share your passion for the show, all while gaining some valuable marketing experience. You must be at least 15 yrs old. Email your contact info to nationalguiltyones (at) gmail (dot) com.

5. Can I Get Discounts?

From time to time, a theatre may offer us discounts to send out to our fans. We will post any here on the blog. Subscribe now!

6. Who runs this site? This site was created for fans to stay connected with our touring cast and follow their adventures around North America. Ideally, it would be in the voice of the cast members. Unfortunately, our cast members are often too tired or busy to post lengthy blog posts on a regular basis. Company members will contribute a post from time to time and every month we will have a compiled blog post that most every company member will participate in. The other stuff like updates, etc, will be posted by me. My name is Pun. I work for the production, love this show, its cast, and our fans, and I'm so very glad you're here!

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