This is the third and final Open Mic of the April series, this one featuring Humanities and Sciences topics, plus Musicians. Unplugged music and spoken word! Original material only at this celebration of creativity. The performances will be recorded and filmed for web and broadcast.
This isn't a bar scene, but a listening event. All well behaved ages are welcome. Admission by donation. Doors at 6PM at 33 Bridge St in Bellows Falls. Audience seating capacity is limited to 50, plus standing room.
Songs, poetry, prose, comedy, drama, storytelling, science, humanities, it's all on the table. Walk-up performers and presenters are welcome, but RSVP to reserve a slot to firstname.lastname@example.org or ph/txt 802-289-0148. Stage time depends on demand.
Stage 33 Live is the plucky local love child of Ted Talks, eTown, Prairie Home Companion, Science Friday, and The Little Rascals. Stage 33 Live is nonprofit and run by volunteers.
Learn more at www.stage33live.com
Other confirmed events in this April '18 series include:
Two other Open Mics on the 1st and 22nd. Alert your local and regional wordsmiths and smarties and musicians (who may actually be you) to RSVP to reserve a slot.
A co-headlined concert with The Break Maids & River HALO on April 15... original rock-n-roll folk punk, and homespun freedom songs of the luminous kind. Women in charge! Dancing encouraged.
And on April 29, the premier of newest installment of The Secret Life of Death by Gail Golec, followed by audience Q&A. This episode of Gail Golec's media series also features historian Matt Labbe; together they delve into the history of The Old Dodge Tavern - including the gravestone in the basement.