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Hilary Rosenberg/ Max Hil posted a condolence
Monday, August 14, 2017Bob Sloat, "Sloaty" was truly the most selfless individual. Bob was the "Get It Done Guy"and preferred to always remain behind the scene. Bob made it possible for me to bring Break-A-Leg Productions, a non for profit children's theater company grow into one of CT most respected year round full Productions and Educational Company. Bob helped me include year around theater workshops, summer camps and in school traveling educational programs.. Bob not only shared his Pomfret Theater space with me, but his knowledge with me. He allowed me to sit in on his lighting design classes, taught me use of new lighting board and more. Bob saw talent in everyone. He had asked my youngest daughter to play the child role in "Wait Until Dark". Years later my daughter attended Pomfret School.. Bob never attended any BALP cast parties and was uncomfortable with any compliments. Bob would meet me after a show only to change lighting he noticed or actors mark or prop suggestion.. The only Cast Party you would see Bob at was after his high school show, closing night, at his home. His reward was his wife's homemade donuts ( cast and crew as well). I felt so honored when such a good man asked me to make a prop or costume piece for one of his shows. Bob was so giving of his time and knowledge for any who asked for help. He had an interesting sense of humor and took pride in his wonderful families past and present accomplishments.. I want to thank Bob's family for sharing him with our community! BALP has changed many children's lives. Many students have gone on to become professional actors, stage managers, singers,producers and teachers and more. And to Sloaty, Everyone knows you don't like the spot light, By from now on.. God will always have the Spot Light On You... Take Your Bow.. God Bless Hilary Rosenberg/ Max Hil
Liz Eklund posted a condolence
Monday, August 14, 2017Bob Sloat, a very gifted man, quiet, yet always with a ready smile, a word to encourage, and a heart to serve. What a blessing to know him, to be involved in a Bradley production when he was on hand, and to hear him at the organ when we served the church in Pomfret, CT. He has certainly made an impact in the theater community and he will be missed.
David Hopcroft posted a condolence
Monday, August 14, 2017Bob was always a warm, thoughtful, creative and practical presence in the theatre, in education, and in the community. He is already missed.
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Saturday, August 12, 2017