Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Phase One Oct 20-24, St. Louis County

A Real Life Superhero

Bree Newsome became an Internet and media sensation when she did what many were longing to do but didn’t dare. She scaled a flagpole outside South Carolina's statehouse and brought the flag down, while police officers waited to arrest her below.

Every 28 Hours One-Minute Play Festival

Coming soon across the nation! Oct 20-24!

What is The Ferguson Moment?

We call on artists across the nation to share their responses to the oppression, violence, and resistance to racially motivated police brutality


Marcia Chatelain, an assistant professor in the Department of History, created the #FergusonSyllabus in response to recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Every 28 Hours Plays Community Readings Format

If your Facebook and Twitter feeds are anything like ours you are being triggered on an hourly basis. #TerranceCrutcher #KeithLamontScott #Kaepernick. A lot of people are asking what they can do. 

Here one important thing.  Shift the culture in your immediate area. Have a transformative conversation with your people.  Educate.  Empathize. 

Yesterday a community member stopped me to thank me for the Every 28 Hours Plays Community Reading resources and reflect on the living-room engagement she held this weekend. The conversation was powerful and productive and they all plan to attend our staged reading of the full collection Oct 10 at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. This is a resource you can use right away with friends, co-workers, family, or even in a faith setting. We are sharing this free of charge as something you can do right now.


In Solidarity 
Claudia Alick 
Community Producer 

Community Reading Ashland OR July 2016