Hollywood screenwriter and CWU alumnus Dave Whatley returns to the Burg, along with his writing partner Evan Bleiweiss, to workshop this new play, which offers a laugh-out-loud look at the pitfalls of breaking into show biz and the challenges of moving to Tinseltown as a young, and somewhat naïve, writer.
By: Evan Bleiweiss and Dave Whatley
Produced by special arrangement with Evan Bleiweiss and Dave Whatley
March 5-7 and
12-14 at 7:00 p.m.
Milo Smith Tower Theatre
General Admission $10
CWU students with ID $5
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