Readings: Heal the Divide on Campus

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Date/Time:Monday, 15 Apr 2019 from 12:15 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:Grant Wood Foyer, Parks Library
Channel:University Library
Categories:Arts, performances Lectures
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Heal the Divide on Campus is a reading of new student-written plays. Students in Charissa Menefee's playwriting class participated in a workshop conducted by Protest Plays Project founder Tiffany Antone and created their own Heal the Divide on Campus plays. Readings also will done by other students from ISU and different campuses.

Heal the Divide on Campus is an inter-collegiate initiative that engages college students in writing short plays and monologues about issues of concern in their communities. These issues may be specific to each playwright's city or campus or a national/global issue seen through the lens of local perspective and concern. The new plays are uploaded to a shared drive that each participating campus can access, and then reading series are conducted on multiple campuses each spring.

More about Heal the Divide on Campus can be found at the Protest Plays Project website.