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April 18 at 9:00 PM - 10:15 PM
That means it’s time to cram! You remember your school days—book reports and pop quizzes. Don’t you wish you had a better way to study the classics? At this show, you’ll learn everything you need to know about great literature without cracking a book.
Shout out the title of a novel you’ve always wanted to read, and sit back and enjoy as the Bibliophilia Players, our group of improvisational actors, give you the Heathcliff Letters version.
This event is sponsored by Word Lit Zine in coproduction with Hugo House.
Word Lit Zine is a quarterly publication for readers and writers. Our goal is to give people something to get excited about. Each issue is jam-packed with local fiction and poetry, articles, interviews, puzzles and games, and so much more. Find out more at wordlitzine.com.
An extravaganza of words for word lovers, Bibliophilia is about bringing the page to the stage. Each event at this three-day festival combines poetry and prose with improvisational theater in order to illuminate the world of words. Join us April 17–19 for a lit-loving festival like no other!