The creator of The Judge Roadburn Show, Reid May, will be presenting the series tonight at the PeacEscape Event for the Dialogue & Difference Project. It is a free event that will engage issues of conflict and peace through the arts and performance. Mason artists and musicians will present works related to various aspects of conflict, peace, and hope. The subsequent discussion will explore avenues of understanding and potential resolution through creativity. Come to the event at George Mason University's Fairfax campus in the Research Hall Room 163.
"The court is now in session!"
Judge Roadburn Premiere Event
When: Thursday, December 5th, 2013, 7-8 pm EST
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The Judge Roadburn Show will be premiering the first episode - "Safety Measures - Part I" - streaming on WGMU, George Mason University's radio station this Thursday night at 7 pm EST.
Tune in to WGMU, or find the station on the Radio Flag app to listen to the trial.
Remember, you're the jury. After listening to the episode go to the official Judge Roadburn website http://www.judgeroadburn.com to voice your opinion.
You can call WGMU's request line 703.993.WGMU(9468) to give your opinion to the series' creator, Reid May, who will be taking calls in the studio until 8pm.
If you miss the premiere, you will be able to find the episode posted on the website shortly after.
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Most of the sound editing is done for Part I of "Safety Measures" including some awesome theme music! It looks like the episode will be up somewhere in the middle of next week (cross your fingers) with a special premiere event. Don't worry, we'll let you know when and where.
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