Write Club – Knickerbocker – July 25th, 2011

Write Club 2011-07-25
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We are looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

The previous Write Club

Knickerbocker.
Monday, July 25th.
7PM.

Some of the theatre we made from the July 25th Write Club:

Analog vs. Digital [MP3 | OGG] (Winner: Analog – Chris “the Supreme Analogous”)

MP3:

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Ogg:

Love vs. Hate [MP3 | OGG] (Winner: Hate – Cameron “The Hateful Bastard”)

MP3:

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Copy from the previous Write Club:

Open Stage Satire

For this Write Club, we are trying something different.

  • write new works using improvisation
  • experiment with the presentation of written works
  • perform those iterations for an audience that evening!

Everyone is welcome at any time. If you want to write or experiment/perform that night, you have to be at the Knickerbocker by a specific time:

7PM – Writers
8PM – Experimenters/Performers
9PM – Audience

We need you (esp. writers) to do the following, damnit:

Bring journals, letters, notebooks, shopping lists, pockets full of old papers, newspaper clippings, random scraps you find on the street, and anything else that goads thought.

Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before July 25th.

Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. They move in together. They read Viola Spolin, Mick Napier, Albert Camus, and William S. Burroughs to each other before bed. After a few years, they give birth to a beautiful child they call Open Stage Satire.

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