***LAST WEEKS to submit your script to the 2017 Writers Competition***
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A young black woman navigates the DC dating scene and encounters a group of drinking buddies that take it upon themselves to interfere in the fate of her first date. Hilarity ensues, stereotypes are revealed, but will love conquer all?
Playwright: Sherrita Wilkins, Chinwe Nwosu AB '08, SM '12, & Tiffany Cain
Director: Bryanda Minix
- Running time: 70 minutes
- Recommended for ages 13 and up
- This show contains profanity
- Capital Fringe Festival Button required for admission
Tickets on sale Monday, June 19th. Online sales end 2 hours before performance, but tickets may be available at venue 45 minutes prior to show.
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Kaitlin Solimine will join St. Joe’s University Professor and Chair of the History Department, James Carter, in a reading of her novel Empire of Glass, and a discussion of Chinese modern history and society.
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We know writers' favorite thing to do—after writing, of course—is procrastinating! But the deadline to submit your script to the 2017 Harvardwood Writers Competition is just two weeks away. At 11:59pm PT on July 31, 2017, we'll close the submission portal to the annual HWC.
So get those rewrites done, make sure to PROOFREAD your final draft, and double-check that your cover page is correctly formatted.
Congratulations to all the Harvardians nominated for an Emmy award this year!