Difference between revisions of "Super Free Wednesday"

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==Current Lineup==
 
==Current Lineup==
  
*'''6:00 PM'''    [[Ali Farahnakian]] performs with [[Halfbear]] or [[Party Lights]]
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*'''6:00 PM'''    [[Ali Farahnakian]] performs with [[Halfbear]] AND [[Party Lights]]
 
*'''7:00 PM'''    [[Tomahawk]] and [[The Wilhelm]]
 
*'''7:00 PM'''    [[Tomahawk]] and [[The Wilhelm]]
 
*'''8:00 PM'''    [[Big Black Car]] and [[Mrs. Estherhouse]]
 
*'''8:00 PM'''    [[Big Black Car]] and [[Mrs. Estherhouse]]
 
*'''9:00 PM'''    [[Punch]] and [[The Baldwins]]
 
*'''9:00 PM'''    [[Punch]] and [[The Baldwins]]
*'''10:00 PM'''    [[The Faculty]] and [[Halfbear]] or [[Party Lights]] (alternates weekly w 6pm slot)
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*'''10:00 PM'''    [[The Faculty]] and [[Halfbear]] or [[Party Lights]] (alternates weekly)
 
*'''11:00 PM'''  [[Improdome]]
 
*'''11:00 PM'''  [[Improdome]]
  

Revision as of 11:07, 19 July 2009

Super Free Wednesday is the name given to The PIT's lineup of Wednesday night shows. It features all of the theater's house ensembles performing for free and is the flagship night of the PIT's weekly schedule.

Current Lineup

Previous Incarnations

Teams and shows which were formerly part of Super Free Wednesday include:

Hosts

For approximately two years, Super Free Wednesday was hosted by performers at The PIT. Past hosts include:

In September 2008, The PIT retired the host segments from the schedule entirely, and all teams are now introduced by tech director Richard Jones.