Work Based on Wesleyan Class to Premiere

Kate CarlisleDecember 9, 20131min
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The New York Times previews “Spill,” a drama that grew out of a class taught at Wesleyan by Leigh Fondakowski on the work behind “The Laramie Project.” Fondakowski co-taught the course with Barry Chernoff, director of the College of the Environment, as part of the Creative Campus Initiative.