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Monday
21
MAY

Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye, guest

18:30
20:30
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
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5/21 Sarah Kay & Phil Kaye, guest


@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center
6:30p show, 6:00p doors
$20 general advance/day of show (not including fees)

$15 student w/ID & veterans

All ages, mostly seated, bar w/ID




ABOUT SARAH KAY:
Sarah Kay is: a New Yorker. a poetry writer and reader. an educator. the founder and co-director of Project VOICE. a witty banter enthusiast. a postcard lover. a foodie. a playwright. a singer. a songwriter. a photographer. a best-selling author of four books of poetry including B, No Matter the Wreckage, The Type, and All Our Wild Wonder. a celebrated performer in over 25 countries. an editor for Write Bloody Publishing. a Gemini. a mediocre driver at best. a musical theater geek. a smoothie expert. the daughter of a Taoist mother and a Brooklynese father. a hapa. less cool than her little brother. an alum of the United Nations International School and a graduate of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. an alum of Brown University. an alum of Brown University Graduate School’s Masters Program in the Art of Teaching Secondary English. a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Grinnell College. on twitter here. on facebook here.

ABOUT PHIL KAYE
Raised in a California beach town to a Japanese mother and Jewish-American father, Phil first fell in love with spoken word poetry at age 17. Since then, he has performed in hundreds of venues in fifteen countries. His work has been viewed online over five million times and featured in media outlets ranging from NPR to Al Jazeera America to Upworthy.com. Most recently, Phil was invited to perform alongside His Holiness The Dalai Lama for the celebration of his 80th birthday. He is the co-director of Project VOICE, an organization that uses poetry as tool to promote empowerment, improve literacy, and encourage empathy and creative collaboration in classrooms and communities. Through his work with Project VOICE, Phil has worked hands-on with students of all different ages in over a hundred schools around the world.

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ABBEY ARTS EVENT INFO:

- Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level.
- We have a mix of normal chairs, some tall chairs, and standing room in back.
- Seating is not reserved unless noted.
- Please refrain from talking or texting during the show.
- Please limit photos during the show.
- No video from the seating area please.
- We are an all ages venue.
- Kids 10 & under are free at Abbey Arts concerts & arts events unless noted.
- Arts Connect provides free tickets for nonprofit workers, low income families, and veterans
- Volunteer opportunities are available for most shows (include free entry) www.fremontabbey.org/volunteer
- Entering the venue indicates agreement to adhere to the Abbey Respect Policy. All are welcome. No hate speach, no weapons. www.abbeyarts.me/respect

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ABBEY ARTS, SEATTLE | NONPROFIT 501C3, NON-RELIGIOUS, EST. 2005
Presenting welcoming music, arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.

We support low income families, veterans, and humanitarian nonprofit workers with free event tickets. http://www.fremontabbey.org/artsconnect

Venue rental info & more: http://www.fremontabbey.org/rent
Concert & events calendar: http://www.abbeyarts.me

Home Venue: Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103 / 206-414-8325
Ballard Homestead: 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle




All ticket sales are final unless noted.