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PRESS FROM PHASE TWO St. Louis Development

Ferguson’s Aftermath: Art and Unity in light of Mike Brown- Joe Wilson, Jr.

Ferguson Events Reverberate at One-Minute Play Festival By JOHN ELIGON NY Times

The TakeAway with John Hockenberry PRODUCED BY: Kristen Meinzer

"About Time: "Every 28 Hours" Unites National and Local Theater Artists to Examine Ferguson and #blacklivesmatter" By Eileen G'Sell, St. Louis Magazine

"Staging Social Justice in STL" from The St. Louis American

Quills & Queues: 28 hours in a single minute By Angela Decker for the Tidings

From Missoula to the national stage, playwright Claudia Alick shines a light on civil rights and racial injustice By Erika Fredrickson

Nikole Salter Blog Entries

PHASE THREE PRESS 

A Season of Women-Powered Plays in 2015–16

OSF hosts The Every 28 Hours Plays

Trinity Rep Presents Reprise Performance of THE EVERY 28 HOURS PLAYS

Every 28 Hours Brings Discussions of Race to Trinity Rep

Bay Area Theaters Collaborate on EVERY 28 HOURS a Series of One-Minute Plays

Inspired by Police Violence, Miami Students Take Their Struggles to the Stage 



PRESS FROM 2015 Trinity Reparatory Theater

Trinity Rep to Host Every 28 Hours Launch, 10/26

Trinity Repertory Company Performs Every 28 Hours, A One-Minute Play Festival by Wendy Jane

Joe Wilson Jr. and Every 28 Hours at Trinity Repertory Companyby ERIN X. SMITHERS in ON SET WITH ERIN

Trinity Rep using minute-long plays to explore police shootings of blacks"We're working to bring attention to the systematic killing of people of color by the police."By Channing Gray 
Journal Arts Writer

Mini-plays roused by Ferguson come to Providence By Alana Cerrone

Trinity play is not 'anti-police' By Curt Columbus, the Richard L. Bready Artistic Director of Trinity Repertory Company.