Rachel Chada is currently a sophomore at ASU pursuing a degree marketing and international business. When she’s not studying, you can find her coaching speech and debate for Desert Vista high school, baking, and cuddling with kittens. This is her third Encyclopedia Show and she can’t wait to get more involved.
Follow Rachel Chada on Twitter at @RachelChada
Andy Kersh is a local rapper, poet and renaissance man. He recently graduated from ASU with a degree in English Literature and enjoys spending his free time binge-watching hour-long dramas and interpreting signs from the universe.
You can hear the latest music from Andy Kersh aka AKademic here and you can see his performance from Encyclopedia Show AZ Vol. 4: Explosives right here.
Poster designed by Andie Flores
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Tagged arizona, asu, az, elements, encyclopedia, encyclopedia show, periodic table, periodic table of elements, poster, september, show, tempe
Encyclopedia Show AZ ‘Social Media DJ’ Andy Stone performs as Aaron Burr for the Vice Presidents show on Jan. 27, 2012.
Andie Flores uncovers injustice in the history of Tempe, Arizona for the Explorers show on Jan. 11, 2013.
Tim Henaughan performs an original parody of “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables for Encyclopedia Show AZ: Fast Food on Feb. 9, 2013.
The Encyclopedia Show is a monthly, multi-genre, age-integrated presentation of creative performances on a central theme taken from an ACTUAL encyclopedia. Each local contributor is assigned a specific subset of the central theme on which to write and perform. The piece should demonstrate a bit of exposition of their particular subset, though the story/poem/monologue/song/video/shadow-puppet theatre need not be based on actual facts. Quirkiness and creativity is welcomed, as are fashionable falsehoods.
The Encyclopedia Show is also a world-wide event, started in Chicago by Robbie Q and Shanny Jean, it now encompasses at least a dozen cities!
The AZ show takes place at the Empty Space in Tempe, and is sponsored by The Hugh Downs School of Human Communication. If you would like to learn more or find out how to get involved, please do not hesitate to contact us or follow us on Twitter.