Plays (and Playing) at Knotice

Patti RennerFollow your passion. It’s not just great advice – it’s what people here at Knotice take to heart. On weekends, you can find many members of our Knotice family performing onstage, in the spotlight – doing what they love to do most. Today we celebrate their passion for what they do – both at work and at play. Or should I say “plays.”

Staged Right

This weekend, Weathervane Playhouse will showcase the talent of several Knotice artists at their 8×10 Theater Festival. Emily Haase (Director of Onboarding, Education and Support) steps outside of the limelight to direct the 10-minute play “Ridiculously Overpriced Coffee”. Her husband, Ron (Software Engineer III here at Knotice) is directing the short play “That Sucking Sound”, starring our own Chris Holmok (Software Architect) in the lead role.

Celebration of Sound

A few weeks ago we shared details about the release of a new album by Low In The Sky, showcasing the talent of Knotice’s Corey Farrow and Joe Minadeo. Last Saturday, crowds gathered to celebrate its release. Here’s Joe, mixing it up, doing what he does best. We’re so proud.
Joe is also taking his music to the big screen, creating the music for the One Day On Earth project. And it’s Joe’s music playing behind the trailer. (It’s a great project – consider making a contribution.)

Mean Guitars

When he’s not knocking out great design within Professional Services, Ron Williams can be found rocking out on stage. Since 2005, his band “The Huckin’ Fillbillys” have been playing classic rock at bars and outdoor festivals across Ohio. If you’re in the area, check them out at the Warren Community Amphitheatre, on August 27.

Bravo… Kudos… Rock on! So, when you’re not glued to your laptop, what are you doing to live the dream? We’d love to hear from you.

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