While we’d never recommend playing a game of Russian roulette because you might die or go crazy like Christopher Walken in The Deer Hunter, do consider taking a spin at Lit Crawl NYC’s Reading Roulette this Wednesday at The Bell House. Participants not only have to read a famous literary passage chosen at random, but they’ll also have to do it in a particular voice also chosen at random. Will someone be reading The Stranger as Yosemite Sam? Or maybe The Picture of Dorian Gray as Game of Thrones’ Hodor?–now that would be tricky! Judges include A.N. Devers (Writers’ Houses), Kate Manning (My Notorious Life), Paul Morris (PEN American Center), and Dan Wilbur (How Not to Read) who will dish out the prizes to the best readers while DJ Ryan Chapman (Atavist Books) provides the soundtrack and Isaac Fitzgerald (Buzzfeed Books, Pen & Ink, The Rumpus) holds it down as the MC. Tickets are $12, and $25-$50 donor tickets enter you to win a Kobo e-reader. All proceeds benefit Lit Crawl NYC.