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Comment Archives: stories: Annual Manual: Annual Manual: Culture

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

This Man is Not Only A Prince, and a Gentleman... but is Key in my development as a Working Artist as well as a Damn Good Friend and a so-so Poker Player. Love You Stitchard the 3rd ❤️

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Posted by M.A. Taylor on 09/30/2015 at 8:32 PM

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

Stitch Marker is also a Rock God. I have played music with many people and my jams with Stitch have been some of my most enjoyable. I count him among my favorite people!

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Posted by Howie Gondu on 08/03/2012 at 12:19 AM

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

I was in a production of "Once Upon a Mattress" with Stitch many many years ago. Those were the days when Knock Em Dead was Super Star Productions and Stage Coach was performing at the Women’s Club on Main Street downtown and later at the former Chapins Restaurant on Federal Way in Boise. My how times have changed for the better for Arts in Boise. It is to artist like Stitch that Shakespeare is were it is today along with many who have been with it all these 30+ years. RKS

Posted by Rick Strader on 07/27/2012 at 12:35 PM

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

What's up with the banjo music in the background? I thought Stitch was going to bust out playing Foggy Mountain Breakdown like Steve Martin... which considering it was Steve Marker, well that would be close enough... LOL! Stitch and I spent many a fun night on and off stage! Great to see a very familiar face... As L. Frank Baum wrote of the Tin Man in "The Wizard of Oz"- "A man's heart is not measured by how much he loves but by how much he is loved by others." Thanks for all these years, Stitch!

Posted by Patrick Nance on 07/25/2012 at 9:37 PM

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

Stitch was an inspiring influence on me as an actor and friend. I first saw him in a Shakespearience tour and later my first Shakespeare play, The Tempest, when I was in high school and I thought, I want to do that! So I apprenticed at ISF and Stitch was so much fun as the apprentice director, and he directed us in the apprentice showcase at the end of the season. He really let us explore each line and moment and helped us keep an open mind when approaching the work. I was lucky enough to go on and act with him on stage as part of the company in years to come. Stitch has an enormous heart and wicked sense of humor! He is loved by more than he knows.

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Posted by Karen Wennstrom on 07/25/2012 at 8:10 PM

Re: “Who: Stitch Marker

as an apprentice(13th&14th season) stitch taught me in the beginning that the board of directors wasnt the target audience and sometimes they might frown but it was the appreciation of the ticket holders who counted.

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Posted by frank wedekind on 07/25/2012 at 12:44 PM

Re: “Culture Cruise

Matt, here's a link directly to the Gowalla trip. Thanks for your interest.
http://gowalla.com/spots/1896839

Posted by Deanna Darr, Features Editor on 06/27/2011 at 2:11 PM

Re: “Culture Cruise

I'm interested in doing this with my family, and I am a Gowalla user, however the trip is not in the list. Is it set only for iPhone users or do you have it set up for Android users too?

Posted by matt hatter on 06/25/2011 at 11:22 AM


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