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Was Theater bewegen kann.
In Zeiten von Globalisierung, stetig steigender Vernetzung, Schnelllebigkeit, HIV/Aids und zunehmenden politischen Unruhen fällt es unserer Gesellschaft schwer, Krisen und Problematiken zu lösen, Politik und Gesellschaft sind gleichermassen überfordert. 930 more words

Ruby Red Pens

By Michael Overa, WITS Writer-in-Residence

How do we describe certain characters? The first words that spring to mind are inevitably generic. A character is a boy or a girl, young or old. 559 more words

I should challenge your wits, sir.

If I was to be truly honest with myself, I thought yesterday, and I always am because not being honest with oneself is truly a waste of time, the moment I started analyzing Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare I knew I was once again, a happy prisoner of Shakespeare. 425 more words


I saw you
eye-ing me
with your drink in hand
leaning on that dusty
sidewalk car

If you could
walk yourself
through the foggy smoke… 271 more words


A Safe Neighborhood

Wits on MPR had a bad Neil Gaiman story contest. The only rules were that it had to be Gaiman-esque, be terrible and could be read in under thirty seconds. 125 more words

November 2014 MSP Audio Geeks Meetup

November’s MSP Audio Geeks Meetup is on Thursday, November 20 at 2pm. This is a special event, hosted by Corey Schreppel of Minnesota Public Radio… 280 more words


Verwoerd’s Assassin: a bloody tale of brilliant nuance

Murder is a sexy topic, in any entertainment sphere. Murder carrying a factual trail of political blood and racial acrimony, moreso, but there’s always the threat, the possibility that the gory denouement or headline might drench the whole work in blood, thus compromising credibility and coating it with sensationalism. 676 more words

Robyn Sassen