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The 2014 Ike & Julie Arnove PlayOffs

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9 Playwrights, 9 Directors, and 27 Actors have only 24 hours to make a new play -- This is your chance to support them!

It's that time of the year again for The Ike & Julie Arnove PlayOffs! On October 31, 9 Playwrights, 9 Directors, and 27 Actors will have 24 hours to write, direct, and produce a short play based on a surprise theme, prop, and line of dialogue. Sound awesome? It is.

Encouraging the competitive spirit, the artists are broken up into teams, each containing a ”Manager”(playwright), “Coach” (director) and three “Players” (actors). These teams will compete in the World Series PlayOffs (2 full performances) on November 1 and 2 at 7:30PM.

Our team owners and players need your help before the draft begins on October 31st! The more money you raise for your favorite team, playwright, director or actor, the better their chances are for winning the coveted World Series title and MVP award.

Donate easily and securely to the team of your choice using this fundraising page.

THANK YOU! Now let's PLAY BALL!

The 2014 Ike & Julie Arnove PlayOffs schedule:

Press Conference: Friday, October 31st, 6 - 9pm (Come support your favorite team and witness this year's super-exciting draft!) 
Where: Bloomington Playwrights Project (107 West Ninth)

Performances: November 1 & 2 (One weekend only!) at 7:30pm. 
Where: Bloomington Playwrights Project (107 West Ninth)
 Tickets: $15, available at the BCT Box Office. All proceeds benefit the Bloomington Playwrights Project.

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