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Here’s the deal. The ratings and reviews on the iTunes listing for the Mustache Rangers are lacking. Don’t get us wrong. We deeply appreciate everyone who has left a review so far. But we need more.
iTunes is how a majority of listeners find new podcasts. Ratings and reviews are how iTunes determines which podcasts they should feature on their site. So to grow the Mustache Rangers audience, we need more ratings and reviews.
We are looking to boost our current number of ratings, which is sitting at 42, to 150.
So, you want a reward huh? Well, we’ll give you more podcasts. You may or may not know that Computer has been calling folks. And he may or may not know that we have been recording these calls.
Well, if we make the goal of 150 iTunes ratings (don’t skimp on the reviews either), then we will begin to release these computer calls as podcasts for everyone to enjoy.
We know you’re already listening to the podcast. So please, if you would be so kind, leave a rating and review on iTunes and encourage others to do the same.
The 2nd Annual HUGE Improv Theater Fundraiser is this Saturday, and it is going to be a heck of a show. Rich Sommer, of Mad Men and The Office, and Justin Pierre, of Motion City Soundtrack, will be there along with one of the two Mustache Rangers.
But beyond that, there will be a silent auction to raise money for HUGE. And the Mustache Rangers have donated their time to the auction in the form of An Awkward Dinner with the Mustache Rangers. The winners of this auction will get to spend an awkward night at the Shout House piano bar with the Mustache Rangers. What sort of stilted and hilarious conversation will occur? You’ll have to bid, and win, to find out!
Details on the entire evening are below. Please come, enjoy, and support HUGE Improv Theater and the improv community in Minneapolis!
What: HUGE Theaterâ€™s 2nd Annual Fundraiser, a night to support improvisation in the Twin Cities
Where: HUGE Theater
3037 Lyndale Ave South, Minneapolis
When: Saturday, March 5
Doors: 7pm, Show at 8pm
Who: The cast of HUGE Theater plus special guests Justin Pierre (Motion City Soundtrack) and Rich Sommer (Mad Men, The Office)
How: RSVP to email@example.com
How Much: $20
Itâ€™s been just one year since the folks behind HUGE Improv Theater had their first fundraiser to give scenic improvisation a home in the Twin Cities.
Thanks to people like you, HUGE exists! The theater hosts six nights of shows a week and hundreds of improv fans have come through the doors.
But your support is as crucial as ever. You can help ensure improvisation has a dedicated space in the Twin Cities for years to come.
We hope youâ€™ll join us for our second annual fundraiser Saturday March 5th, a night to support HUGE Theater and Twin Cities improv.
Youâ€™ll be treated to an all-star show from the best improvisers in the state. Plus Justin Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack and Rich Sommer of Mad Men will join us as part of Matt Donnellyâ€™s Celebrity Tarot Lounge.
Donâ€™t miss what promises to be an amazing evening.
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How would you describe the Mustache Rangers? Here’s what Lem Pew said.
You know how improv has rules, right? Like you have to go with what the other person says, and work with each other to build a scene. It’s like catch, you throw the ball, they catch it. Aric and Corey are like two guys playing catch where they knock the ball to the ground. Or don’t throw it. Or pretend to throw it. Or throw it behind them.
You have your own description? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org