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Audio Eye Candy
  • Artist: Milton Roe
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707325101
  • Item #: SRD732510
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 5/30/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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With backgrounds in Film and Theatre the four great minds of Milton Roe have spent the last two years struggling to become the next great American authors. Since no one was writing any great books, the four men; Jon Ong, Ben Petry, Dave Kempher, and Adam Ty Miller, sought fame and fortune elsewhere. That elsewhere was sketch comedy and, thanks to a generous campground in late 2003, they were able to start to perform that sketch comedy. In mid 2004, during a run of "The Sound of Music", Jon Ong ran into Adam Ty Miller and Dave Kempher. The three chorus boys hit things off splendidly and, when Jon discussed his desire to start a sketch comedy group, he had no problem signing up both Adam and Dave. In August of 2004 Milton Roe had it's first paid show and since then have done numerous live performances at Eby's Pines, Bristol; KOA, Bristol; Manapago, Orland; New World Arts Center, Goshen; and the Middlebury Summer Festival. They've been the opening act for other Sketch Comedy groups in the area and have taken those groups to open shows for them as well. This CD is the first season the boys wrote as a group and has many of their favorite characters in it. Mostly written by Ben Petry and Dave Kempher this CD has the flavor of all the boys involved and each character was brought to life by the actor portraying it. They feel deeply that this is the beginning of a beautiful relationship and hope you can share that beginning with them by purchasing the CD and becoming one of their family! Mini Bios Ben Petry: An Indiana native, Ben was an active member of Drama in High School and heads up the Drama Department of his Church. He is the co-founder and one of the head writers for "Milton Roe Live!" and has been a major force behind the camera for projects taken on by Milton Roe Productions. Ben is currently getting married in August and loves his mama! Jon Ong: Also an Indiana native, Jon has been active in his Drama Club and has numerous video projects under his belts from his school days. Jon is also active in the Drama Department at his Church. He is a co-founder of "Milton Roe Live!" and a master Editor for projects taken on by Milton Roe Productions. Jon is married with two great kids and loves Ben's mama! Adam Ty Miller: The last Indiana native in the group and was very active in musical and theatrical arts programs in his school. Adam also has been acting in Community Theatre for the past three years and is an accomplished technician as part of the 2005 ICTL Award Winning Show, Cabin Fever, from Elkhart Civic Theatre; and the 2005 National Community Theatre show, Nunsense A-Men!, from the River City Family Theatre. Adam is currently single with no kids and has no real feelings for Ben's mama...that he shows. Dave Kempher: A native of Ohio, Dave was active in theatre in High School, but mostly backstage. He is a head writer for "Milton Roe Live!" and is an active member of Essential Stupidity, an improv group based out of South Bend, Indiana. Since 2001, Dave has done almost 30 Community Theatre shows doing everything from Chorus Boy #7 in "1776" and witty supporting cast in "Bell, Book, and Candle", to Stage Manager for "Sweet Charity" and Director of "Phillip Glass buys a Loaf of Bread". He was also Assistant to the Director and Stage Manager of the Award Winning "Nunsense A-Men!" which placed 2nd in the National Community Theatre Festival in 2005. Dave is currently happy with his lesbian lover and shows no ill-will towards Ben's mama.