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I think that ross is cooler

I agree with this -Ross Yanuck

I think Ross is lame, cause he's like, made of cheese.--Krazymouse 03:57, 9 August 2010 (UTC)

Sam.....that's not true

It would appear that this page isn't functioning. --Justin "deadmau5" Flory (talk) 22:58, 29 June 2013 (EDT)

The Collected Rules of Gifted Camp

Hello Tipsters,

Those of you in the NYC area might want to check this out - it's loosely based on my experiences as a camper and staff member at TIP, CTY and other "gifted camps."

The Collected Rules of Gifted Camp

Written by Valerie Work Directed by Annie Tippe

Featuring Hollis Beck, Andrew R. Butler, Lena Hudson, & Ryann Weir

Set Design: Tyler Mercer Costume Design: Eleot Reich Sound Design: Eric Biel Stage Manager: Taylor Edelhart Photography: Sasha Arutyunova Graphic Design: Melissa Love Perrone

May 16-19 and 24-26 at The Brick in Williamsburg All shows at 8 pm Tickets $18 www.bricktheater.com for more info and to purchase tickets

Special! Use code "GIFTED" for $12 tix to first 2 performances.

Join the Glasswork Productions email list here: http://www.valeriework.com/?page_id=28

Since their origins in the early 1980’s, academic summer programs for gifted teenagers have proliferated across the United States, and indeed around the world. Fueled by an increasingly competitive college admissions process, easy access to standardized qualifying tests, and parental anxiety over children’s future career prospects, these programs capitalize as well on teens’ longstanding desires to escape from adult supervision and suburban boredom. The Collected Rules of Gifted Camp explores the way these new trends collide with and transform the traditional American pastime of summer camp.

Annie, Leila, and Kevin, age 15, have been counting the days until they arrive at their summer destination, a highly selective academic program for gifted teens. Dodging flying peppermints, deformed Noxema jars, kidnappers, claw-knives, aggressive squirrels, the ever-present threat of swine flu, not to mention their counselor, Rose, the campers doggedly pursue their respective Camp Goals – until the unexpected happens, at the Saturday night costume dance.

  • After checking out the link, the site seems legit, not the usual spam we get. It's blatant advertising, but it's relevant... and funnily, every preshow song in the script is a TiP Song. That's hilarious. Check it out, if you're a tipster, you actually may be interested. --Sam Park 20:26, 1 May 2012 (EDT)