A final taster of the contents of CLR 11: Manifestos — now available to read online is Nick Makoha’s manifesto on ‘The Metic Experience’. Read it here, or access this and other online content from the issue 11 contents page.
Thanks to all those who joined us for the launch of CLR 11: Manifestos last Wednesday to hear Raymond Geuss on the Nicene Creed and Dada, poetry from Imogen Cassels and Paige Smeaton, mandolele songs based on Orlando Furioso by Jessica Law, an excerpt from Will Hall’s drama ‘Kelsoe & LittlePolity’, and the first public reading of Rosie Šnajdr’s latest story ‘We are Cosmonauts’.
Cast & Credits
Tom Brandy – James Adams
Quitetoe/Babyteacher – Tony Torn
John Turner, Newsman – Ryan Pepin
Diotima – Lee Ann Brown
Intern 1 – Luke Bridges
Intern 2 – Jay Richardson
Intern 3 – Nate Schmidt
0 – Edan Umrigar
Movement by Rosa van Hensbergen
Music by Jay Richardson
Produced by Imogen Cassels
Directed by Christian Coppa
Written by Will Hall
EQ-ed for the CLR by Tony Torn
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