Erie Canal Theatre

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Words can be just as harsh as sticks and stones. They also can break bones!
If the dentist is a cutie, how could you resistie?
Some people think they are apologizing for one thing, but end up apologizing for something else all together!
We talk to someone who pretended to drown when they were a child. But that might not be all they have to apologize for.
To livestream someone's life? To make a joke about their wife? Really where do you draw the line?
Sometimes we allow our emotions affect us negatively. Sometimes Santa comes on a little too strong. Sometimes we need forgiveness.
A dad apologizes to his son for his gross incompetence! Follow us @TwentyFiveMin @ErieCanalTweets
Modern technology can't save you from spirits! In fact, it might be the cause! Follow us on Twitter @TwentyFiveMin Support Erie Canal Theatre by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/erie-canal-theatre Support Erie Canal Theat
A coworker confronts another coworker when his clown collection gets out of control. Follow us on Twitter @TwentyFiveMin
You don't have to play games to say "I'm sorry" but having a Clue helps! Support Erie Canal Theatre by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/erie-canal-theatre
Sometimes pranks can go too far! Sometimes we should be thinking about what we do to others and how our actions might affect them. In this episode, two college roomates reunite after one too many smirnoff icing incidents. Support Erie Canal The
There is the story about the child who cried wolf, but the roomate who cried cancer? Support Erie Canal Theatre by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/erie-canal-theatre
Two friends, one fair, a taser, and defenseless animals. Support Erie Canal Theatre by donating to the tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/erie-canal-theatre
25 Minutes to Say I’m Sorry follows real people facing their past mistakes, recorded live. The clock starts when guests are driven by the host to the house of a friend or family member. The guest then apologizes hoping for acceptance before t
25 Minutes to Say I’m Sorry follows real people facing their past mistakes, recorded live. The clock starts when guests are driven by the host to the house of a friend or family member. The guest then apologizes hoping for acceptance before t
Laughageddon Episode 6 is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre, based on the story by and directed by Mike McGettigan. Clark Eagling is the technical director and wrote the theme music. Joseph C. Krause is the producer, Jeff Jimison is
Laughageddon Episode 5 is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre, based on the story by and directed by Mike McGettigan. Clark Eagling is the technical director and wrote the theme music. Joseph C. Krause is the producer, Jeff Jimison is
Laughageddon Episode 4 is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre based on the story by and directed by Mike McGettigan. Clark Eagling is the technical director and wrote the theme music. Joseph C. Krause is the producer. Jeff Jimison is t
Laughageddon Episode 3 is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre based on the story by, and directed by Mike McGettigan. Clark Eagling is the technical director and wrote the theme music. Joseph C. Krause is the producer. Dylan Nelson a
Laughageddon Episode 2 Is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre based on the story by and directed by Mike McGettigan. Clark Eagling is the technical director and wrote the theme music. Joseph C. Krause is the producer. Jeff Jimison is
Laughageddon Episode 1 Is an original production by Erie Canal Theatre based on the story by and directed by Mike McGettigan. Joseph C. Krause is the producer. Clark Eagling is the technical director. Jeff Jimison is the head sound designer.
The Thing on the Fourble Board from "Quiet, Please" Featuring Mike McGettigan and Michael Philip Thomas Sound design by Jeff Jimison Original music by Bob Harrington and Clark Eagling Produced by Joseph C. Krause Attributions: Desert at Night
"Gobo" means "go between" even though there's no "o" in "between". Spider Poem #3 by Spider Bill "Sirens" by Clark Eagling "Couch" by Zelda and the Unibrows "The Walrus That Ate Upscale" by Radio People Support Erie Canal Theatre by donating
The finale! (There's lots of running.) Erie Canal Theatre Presents Switchboard Infinity Episode 18: Moon Baby Produced by Clark Eagling Jeff Jimison Joseph C. Krause Mike McGettigan Featuring Nicholas Bitonti David Hillbom Jeff Jimison Adri
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