- there's no December event for Outloud Open Mike at The Beebe Estate
- reply to this commentlou suSi (12/2012)
- ? How do I sign-up for Stand-up?
- reply to this commentDavid Erik Finn (10/2012)
is there an open mic on July 25th,
when should i show up to sing up?
- reply to this commentlisa manning (7/2012)
The first 2012 OutLoud Open Mike for Poetry, Prose and Music features Clay Ventre and the Bond Girls this Wednesday, January 25 at The Beebe Estate. We hope you'll join us!
Sign up is at 7:15 p.m. and the open mike starts at 7:30 p.m. Each performer is allotted 10 minutes. Outloud's creative atmosphere is always nurturing, receptive and respectful. We meet at the Beebe Estate's art exhibit space at 235 West Foster, Melrose ( beebeestate.org ). Free parking is available on the grounds.
OutLoud meets the fourth Wednesday of each month except August, November, and December. There is no cover, but donations are accepted to support local charities and help cover our operating expenses.
More details up on outloudopenmike.com and https://www.facebook.com/events/235808083164615/
- reply to this commentlou suSi (1/2012)
On Wednesday, June 24 Outloud features writer Peggy Rambach.
Peggy is the author of Fighting Gravity, a novel based on her marriage to writer, Andre Dubus, and a collection of short stories entitled When the Animals Leave. She is the editor of Seeds of Lotus; Cambodian and Vietnamese Voices in America, also published by The Paper Journey Press. She was twice awarded the Massachusetts Cultural Council Individual Artist Grant in Fiction, was the recipient of the St. Botolph Foundation Grant in Literature, was a Fellow at the MacDowell and Yaddo Artist Colonies and named a 2005 Literacy Champion by the Massachusetts Literacy Foundation. Ms. Rambach, is a resident teaching/artist in healthcare with grant support from the Kenneth B. Schwartz Center as part of the Healing Arts; New Pathways to Health and Community project in collaboration with the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Vermont Arts Exchange. Her essay "Painting Amy's Nails" was recently featured in the UK Guardian.
More details up at http://www.outloudopenmike.com
- reply to this commentlou suSi (6/2009)