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Want to write? 7PM.
Want to perform? 8PM.
Want to watch the show? It starts at 9PM.
Assignment: Bring some writings to perform! Journals. Stories. Texts from classes. Anything that you would like to perform. Write a poem, story, or other narrative about something that frightens you.
Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. We will play your audio contribution on stage. To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before October 23rd.
Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. The two of them go trick or treating as the Pedestrian Bridge and the Wabash River. Each receive a tremendous amount of candy, stickers, and other household items. Upon returning home, they examine their loot and find a letter. The writer tells them the location of a secret trunk full of valuables and photographs. They quickly head out into the night. They enter Happy Hollow Park after dusk and…AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
What’s up with that?A show not hosted by Ryan Hill. The intro music was created by The Media Collective.
Here is What’s up with that? season 4, episode 5. A chilly, but bright Saturday morning. Everyone was in high spirits due to Oaken Bucket game that was to commence later that day. As usual, we stood in our spot out by the brick wall in front of Jake’s taking everything in that is Breakfast Club.
This episode wraps up season 4 for us. A big thank you to everyone who participated in this season. We could not have done it without you. We have various projects we will be working on over the winter months, so please stay tuned.
The questions asked in this episode were:
You have 1,000,000 followers on Twitter and 1,000,000 friends on Facebook. What do you warn them about societies and governments?
This is it. The final episode of the season. We made it. We finished the project. It only took us five months after we stopped recording to finally get to this stage, but we did it! We would like to thank everyone who participated with us on the first season. Be on the lookout for the “Got the Itch” season bridge. We interviewed the last two Fridays, so there is content waiting to be put up!
The final episode’s questions were:
How does the writer’s strike affect you?
What’s the best way to say your sorry?
What is made in America?
How do you feel about the face of the Golden Boy?