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===Original Cast===
 
===Original Cast===
  
[[Desiree Nash]], [[T.J. Mannix]], [[Emily Bryan]], [[Michael Lutton]], [[Joe Dettmore]], [[Angela DeManti]], [[Gerard Stokes]], and [[Leanne Linsky]]
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[[Desiree Nash]], [[T.J. Mannix]], [[Emily Bryan]], [[Michael Lutton]], [[Joe Dettmore]], [[Angela DeManti]], [[Gerard Stokes]], and [[Leanne Linsky]].  [[Frank Spitznagel]] on piano.
  
 
===Current Cast===
 
===Current Cast===
[[Desiree Nash]], [[T.J. Mannix]], [[Emily Bryan]], [[Michael Lutton]], [[Joe Dettmore]], [[Melanie Girton]], and [[Leanne Linsky]]
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[[Desiree Nash]], [[T.J. Mannix]], [[Emily Bryan]], [[Michael Lutton]], [[Joe Dettmore]], [[Melanie Girton]], and [[Leanne Linsky]].  [[Frank Spitznagel]] on piano and [[Steve Whyte]] on drums.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:32, 26 December 2010

Miracle Baby was a longform musical improv group based out of the Magnet Theater that performed in Megawatt on Friday nights. They, along with Choral Rage, were among the first musical improv groups to become a resident house team. Miracle Baby took an audience member's suggestion and used it to create a world full of bold heroes, outrageous villains, and larger than life personalities - who sing. They made their debut in July 2009 & were disbanded in November 2010.

Original Cast

Desiree Nash, T.J. Mannix, Emily Bryan, Michael Lutton, Joe Dettmore, Angela DeManti, Gerard Stokes, and Leanne Linsky. Frank Spitznagel on piano.

Current Cast

Desiree Nash, T.J. Mannix, Emily Bryan, Michael Lutton, Joe Dettmore, Melanie Girton, and Leanne Linsky. Frank Spitznagel on piano and Steve Whyte on drums.