Project Paul Credits

"Every supporting ligament grows and builds itself up in love."

PROJECT PAUL
credits

CONCEPT, AUDIO, TEXT EDITING, PERFORMANCE
Jonathon Roberts

VIDEO
Scott Baye

ORIGINAL TEXT
Christy Bagasao

AUDIO ACTORS
Jacob Allen, Marissa Bagasao, Paris Brown, Charlie Christenson, Anneliese DeDiemar, Fred Gaines, Randall McNeill, Brendan Marshall-Rashid, Maryl McNally, Marie Mikels, Aram Monisoff, Emma Sweet, Emily Zempel

SAXOPHONE QUARTET
Chris Clouthier, Allison Davis, Mark Determan, Kim Reece

ACTING COACH
Emily Zempel

MASTER CARPENTER and ELECTRICIAN
John Roberts

WEBSITE SUPPORT
Corey Baye

POSTER DESIGN
Justine Reimnitz

GRAPHICS DESIGN (eye)
Scott Baye

BROCHURE
Christy Bagasao

NUTRITION SUPPORT STAFF
Karen Baye

The following people's voices appear within audio samples:
Timothy Troy, Terry Rew-Gottfried, Hans Ternes, Chorthip Peeraphatdit, Nora Hertel, Choyning Dorji, Ki-yong Min, Tasneem Mirza, Won Joon Kim, Bao Ha, Phyllis Odoom, Sandra Obeng, Tariq Engineer, Olia Shapel, Jill Beck, Fred Sturm, Larry Darling, Ellen Mitala, Reid Stratton, Kami Jo Radsek, Meg Ozaki, nightlife of Santa Barbara, Governor Jim Doyle, and Senator John Kerry.

The following ensembles are featured within audio samples:
Women's Choir of Lawrence University (LU), LU Jazz Ensemble, LU Symphony Orchestra, LU Wind Ensemble, Sambistas.

Special Thanks: Matt Turner, Tim Troy, Venture Theatre-De Pere, Martin Vire (of Full Compass), LU Department of Theatre, David Owens, Corey Baye, Paula Roberts, Dominic and Cameron Baye, Stephen and Elisabeth Bagasao, Nancy Osterberg, Kathy Privatt, Joanne Bozeman, Steve Jordheim, Joanne Metcalf, Lawrence International, my patient roommates, Barbara Wolf and Julie Bargholtz of Thrivent

All samples were recorded by Roberts with the following exceptions:
Lawrence large ensemble recordings and raw sax quartet by Larry Darling
Two short environmental excerpts by Peter Cusack (middle of city scene)
"Young Girl" recording by Stephen Bagasao
John Kerry samples by Peter Gillette

All sampled music composed by jmtr with the following exceptions:
"Open Arms" by Journey (live band in city scene)
Sarabanda by Jesus Alfonso (end beat in city scene)
Some environmental music in city scene


I can only begin to express how much I appreciate the dedication and excitement so many people have brought to this project.   You are all my heroes!   You are the seal on my heart....Thanks so much! -jmtr

"Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift."

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