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Episode 25 - 2010 October

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Episode 25 - 2010 October

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Episode 26 taped on October 11, 2010.

 

In our Halloween extravaganza, Lisa Stapleton spins a yarn about childhood zucchinis, cats and explosives in "The Monsters are Closer than We Think" and is evaluated by Mali Dahl. Tony "the Toastmaster" DeLeon is our host and leads us in Halloween themed Table Topics fielded by Linda Shively, Jennifer Chan, Jack Gilbert and Birgit Starmanns. Our featured club is Redwood City Orators.

 


 

Time
Remaining
Segment
Time
Segment
Description
28:30 0:30 Show Introduction
28:00 1:00 Welcome by Host, Tony DeLeon
27:00 1:00 Opening Comments on Table Topics segment by Host 
26:00 10:00 Table Topics Session,  featuring 3-4 speakers, nominally 1.5-2.5 minutes each. Last speaker may not speak, depending on time.  If less than 17 minutes remain, skip speaker 4. If we run over time, we may need to extend this segment and eliminate the Roll-in.
16:00 :30 Intro of Roll-in by Table Topics Master
15:30

3:00

Roll-in: San Jose Toastmasters

12:30 :30 Host welcomes back, then introduces Speaker
12:00 6:30 Speech by Lisa Stapleton, "The Monsters are Closer than We Think" 
5:30 1:00 Host interviews speaker, then introduces Evaluator, Mali Dahl 
4:30 2:30 Evaluation of Speaker
2:00 1:30 Wrapup (incl. URLs, email, etc).
0:30 0:30 Credit Roll
0 -- BLACK

 

List of Graphics

  • Tag - Tony DeLeon /  Host 
  • Tag - Linda Shively / Table Topic Speaker 
  • Tag - Jennifer Chan / Table Topic Speaker
  • Tag - Jack Gilbert /Table Topic Speaker
  • Tag - Birgit Starmanns / Table Topic Speaker 
  • Tag - Lisa Stapleton  / "The Monsters are Closer than We Think"
  • Tag - Mali Dahl /Speech Evaluator
  • Objectives for Speaker
  • lower 3d - District 4 Toastmasters, D4TM.org
  • lower 3d - Toastmasters International, www.Toastmasters.Org 
  • Credit Roll  

Crew

  • Producer - Birgit/Denet/Stan
  • Director - Scott (confirmed)
  • Switcher - Fred (confirmed)
  • Sound - Bill (confirmed)
  • Graphics - Marty (confirmed)
  • Floor Director - Stan (confirmed)
  • Camera - Dean (confirmed)
  • Camera - Steve (confirmed)
  • Camera - Lisa (confirmed)

 

Not available: Stacey

 

Taping Timeline - Monday, October 11, 2010 5:30pm

5:30 : General Crew Call. Dinner time! We'll set up Studio, and have Dinner in shifts while setup continues.

6:30 : (cast) please be present so we can go over details, questions, etc, and familiarize yourself with the studio. If you have not already done so, please review past episodes (see the sidebar on the right) to get an idea of what we're after.

7:00 : Audience please be seated in the studio no later than this time. You're welcome to come earlier and hang out at the lobby but you won't be admitted into the studio (lots of hubbub!) until sometime after 7.

To move things along, please be prompt and willing to take direction to speed things along. We'd like to roll tape no later than 7:20, it will help if all questions are asked and answered early in the evening before we start taping!

Cast and Crew: If you can't make it please let Birgit or Stan know immediately.

 

Please be prompt and willing to take direction to speed things along. It will help if all questions are asked and answered early in the evening before we start taping!

 

Feedback

A sweet taping! People showed up at 5:30, the studio was ready to start lighting at 5:50, and lighting was completed by 6:55. We did dry runs and rolled tape by 7:15 and we were done with 10 minutes to clean up the studio. The costumes and set decorations made for a relaxed atmosphere, which showed in spades during everyones' performances. Picture perfect execution!

 

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