DramaGoodies Stages Dramatic New Gifts, Tees and Services for Cast and Crew

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Popular online shop helps performers and fans satisfy their inner geeks (and gleeks) with even more gifts for opening night and beyond, as well as new services to help theatres sell their own stuff on the web

DramaGoodies.com announces new and improved products and designs for geeks, gleeks, cast, and crew.

The new designs at DramaGoodies expand our opening night offerings for cast and crew, with new 'Break a Leg' gifts, as well as even more wit, whimsy, and moral support--plus new services to help theaters sell their own stuff on the web!

DramaGoodies.com (http://www.DramaGoodies.com) today announces new and improved products and designs for geeks, gleeks, cast, and crew. Dramagoodies offers the web's best online resource for tees, gifts and home goods especially for performers, fans, cast and crew, and is now also offering custom services for theaters and performing arts companies seeking to put their own products on the web.

"The new designs at DramaGoodies expand our opening night offerings for cast and crew, whether they're onstage or backstage, with 'Break a Leg' cards and gifts, as well as even more wit, whimsy, and moral support," comments founder Angela Mitchell. The store not only offers its famous "Line?" T-shirts and gifts, but a host of new designs that riff on famous theatre moments, from dead salesmen to wandering Juliets, gleeks, icemen, and more.

Dramagoodies' most popular items include designs celebrating virtually every cast or crew member, from actors and directors, to stage managers, understudies, lighting, set and costume designers, choreographers, and more. Popular slogans include "Starving Actor," "What's My Motivation?", "I'm Surprisingly Hot Onstage," "Upstage Me at your Own Risk," "My Resume Says I'm a Star," "Any Excuse for Drama," and much more. Its quirky and playful allusions to Shakespeare include "YOU, You're "Doth Protesting, Like, Way too Much," and "Exits, Pursued by a Bear."

The DramaGoodies store's fun slogans and designs include hundreds of colorful and dynamic products created especially for those working in theatre, drama, music and the performing arts -- or who are simply theatregoers or diehard fans.

The shop also features exciting gifts and apparel covering almost every job in the performing arts arena, with products proclaiming:

Life's a Show
I'm Surprisingly Hot Onstage
Give me a lightboard and I can rule the world
My Resume Says I'm a Star
Stage Managers do it with Authority
Upstage Me at Your Own Risk
"Five Minutes to Curtain"
Drama Queen
Break a Leg!
Proud Stage Mom/Dad
Tip Me Well or Else
Grips Need Love Too
Set Designers do it with Perspective
Choreographers do it in Rhythm

DramaGoodies designs are all affordably priced, with hundreds of products available for under $20. Purchases also include a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, as well. DramaGoodies designs can be found on everything from long and short-sleeved T-shirts in a variety of colors and sizes (including plus sizes), to Buttons, Magnets, Stickers and Bumper Stickers, Caps, Mugs, Clocks, Aprons, Sweat Shirts, Journals, Framed Prints and Mini-Posters, Throw Pillows, and much more! DramaGoodies also offers affordable custom designs on demand, as well.

About DramaGoodies.com:
DramaGoodies is a leading CafePress store that offers affordable, witty and enjoyable gifts and apparel for theatre amateurs and professionals alike. Dramagoodies comes from the minds at Paranoid Creative, the popular CafePress store from Paranoid PR (http://www.ParanoidPR.com), one of the web's most popular PR firms for unique companies since 1995. Famous for "Jack's Compass Points to Me," "He's Her Lobster!" and other fun pop culture mainstays, Paranoid Creative also offers a wealth of gear featuring such popular designs for goods and apparel as "Stop Kitten Poker," "It's a Moo Point," "I'd be a Nummy Treat for Spike," "Make it WORK," "What would Buffy Do?" and more!

About DramaPress:
DramaGoodies also offers affordable custom services for theaters and performing arts companies seeking a presence on the web, with its DramaPress services. For just $99, DramaGoodies will create up to three designs for theaters or companies, in a store of up to 100 total products via CafePress, with affordable expanded packages and options, as well. "DramaPress allows theatre companies large and small to expand from selling their merchandise during performances, to selling them 24 hours per day, online." adds Mitchell. "And we do all the work!"

For more information on DramaGoodies, please visit http://www.DramaGoodies.com or http://www.cafepress.com/paranoid_press/2139169. For more information on Paranoid Creative, please visit http://www.ParanoidCreative.com, or check out Angela Mitchell's blog on television and pop culture by visiting http://paranoidcreative.blogspot.com.

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