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August 01, 2007


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Paul Rekk

Farewell to who? Storewhich Whatbellion? Ah yes, I think I remember something along those lines; it started strong and then the punk behind it decided 'summer' was more important.

I kid, of course. Muy congratulations, Kris! I look forward to the new, Vire-gized TOC.

Rob Kozlowski

Congratulations! Good work! I am, of course, insanely jealous, but don't let that strike fear in your heart.




I echo the congrats


I echo the congrats


Congratulations, Kris!!! That's an amazing opportunity and you deserve it! Keep up the great work and thanks for being such a positive contribution to the Storefront and Theatre scene of Chicago,


Yay, congratulations! I'm so proud of you!


I know I emailed you a congrats, but figured I'd join the crowd and say it here too!


Congratulations!! No one deserves it more than you!

Kerry Reid

Excellent! Good for you!


Nice - especially nice since it sounds like this is an actual expansion of TOC's theatre staff. I assume Novid's not going anywhere, right?

Keep an eye on that Piatt kid. He's wily.



Way to go, Kris!

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