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Spotlight on Super Bowl commercial star, Rory O'Sullivan

The Spotlight shone for the first time in 2008 on March 16th at the Magnet Theater. The first guest was Rory O'Sullivan, the star of the 'Talking Stain' commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. 

Our commercial break features Robin Rothman on vocals and Ernie Privetera on keys improvising jingles based on audience suggestions. This is an amusing experiment and very entertaining for the audience. Whether they are used to musical comedy or more likely to be watching Poker.de than attending this sort of event, they'll find it hilarious and very clever.

Our second guest is Claire, an audience member from Kansas talking about her television appearance on the news 15 years ago.

 

Finally, Robin Rothman and Ernie Privetera come back as the musical guest improvising another song based soley on a made-up song title provided by our audience.

 

Catch the next Spotlight live at the Magnet Theater at 9:30p on Sunday (March 30th). For specifics and video of the interviews, songs and improv visit the 18 minute condensed show.

Total time: 29 minutes (14.5Mb).

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