The wonder of the interwebs is that anyone can produce content. And that means you, too. Why should we get all the fun?
- If you’re an audience member who saw a show and have something to say about it, submit something and it might be posted on the blog!
- If you’re an alumni with a fond memory of Cabaret or want to be put in the RU spotlight one more time, submit something and it might be posted on the blog!
- If you’re a family member of a Cabbie and you’re concerned about his/her safety and mental well-being, submit something and it might be posted on the blog!
[Also, don't worry grandma, I won't be alone eating ketchup for much longer. I'm going to be a star!]
Be creative! Video, photos, emotionally moving anecdotes welcome!
E-mail submissions to email@example.com for moderation.
**Submissions will be moderated solely for offensive or hateful content.
**Submissions will not be denied because the editor worked on the play and it was his baby and how dare you say bad things about it! If you catch my drift.
Theatre is a communal activity. So is writing. And we mean writing in the broad, 21st century definition of the term: video, photo, text, poetry, prose, comics, memes, music, etc, etc, etc.
We promise to bring you frequent and consistent original material that gives you, the reader, a more intimate understanding of the goings on of Cabaret and student theatre at Rutgers.
You promise us to read, comment, and connect.