24 hour play festival

Ross Shenker ’11 writes in to tell us about the Blitzkrieg play festival:

We need writers, actors, directors, and crew to be a part of Blitzkrieg: The 24-Hour Play Festival. No audition or interview is required. Just come to one of the informational sessions in The Jones Room of the CFA Theater Studios on Thursday September 25th or Friday September 26th at 4:30 PM. The performance will take place on Saturday October 11th at 8PM in the ’92/Patricelli Theater.

6 thoughts on “24 hour play festival

  1. Ross Shenker

    i am incredibly sorry for sending this image in with this post. i did not mean to offend anyone and i’m very grateful to whomever removed the image. i honestly overlooked the ramifications of such an image and don’t hesitate to e-mail me to discuss this further.rshenker@wesleyan.edu

  2. Ross Shenker

    i am incredibly sorry for sending this image in with this post. i did not mean to offend anyone and i’m very grateful to whomever removed the image. i honestly overlooked the ramifications of such an image and don’t hesitate to e-mail me to discuss this further.

    rshenker@wesleyan.edu

  3. Ezra

    i am utterly uncomfortable with the name.I know you will protest that it has nothing to do with Nazis or that you’re just using the term ironically, but there are plenty of less hair-raising ways you could have described your lightning-fast series of plays.but the hairs really rose on the back of my neck at that image. I don’t know who chose to associate it with the play, but it really pisses me off that such “hip” glamorization of violence and war has found a home on Wesleying.

  4. Ezra

    i am utterly uncomfortable with the name.

    I know you will protest that it has nothing to do with Nazis or that you’re just using the term ironically, but there are plenty of less hair-raising ways you could have described your lightning-fast series of plays.

    but the hairs really rose on the back of my neck at that image. I don’t know who chose to associate it with the play, but it really pisses me off that such “hip” glamorization of violence and war has found a home on Wesleying.

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