I'm not sure I know what a "Bard-a-thon" is, but it sounds like fun. A free, round-the-clock public reading of all Shakespeare's works.
The thing is, it's in Alaska.
There is a call-in number, though. I'm tempted to call in just to see how it works - do they give you a part to read? Do you get to hear a recording back of how your part fit in with everybody else's? Or is it a live thing where whoever is on the phone at the time is told, "You're Anthony, we're in Act II Scene 3, go!"
Anybody ever been to this thing? Anybody involved with it watching for links and want to chime in with more info? Sounds pretty neat.