“Capicu Culture Presents: The People’s Open Mic, Starring Author Maria Rodriguez & Live Paint by Charlie Elo” – Fri. April 10, 2015 at the EvilolivE in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
MESSAGE FROM CAPICU CULTURE:
“The Peoples Open Mic opens up our Spring edition (aka Flamboyan season!) for National Poetry Month with a special feature set from Maria Rodriguez, author of Brooklyn’s Daughter! We will also enjoy live painting by Charlie Elo of creative superfriends Art Culture NYC!
Spinning on the wheels bringing us an official tissue feel of a Brooklyn block party is the super-talented producer DJ Cocotaso! Hosted by the Nuyorican Chupacabra aka PaPo Swiggity!
More Info and Flyer soon 😉
Our popular monthly “People’s Open Mic” series has also become a rite of passage for anyone looking to step into the realm of of cultural expression in New York City as our stage and audience welcomes newcomers during every show. Each showcase attracts internationally acclaimed artists as well as up and coming talent. It is also supported by many of NYC’s local artistic community. Although inspired by themes and artists who emerged in the Nuyorican Poetry movement, all styles of performances from diverse cultures are showcased.”
This event cosponsored by Wendy Angulo Productions – http://www.wendyanguloproductions.com/
Capicu Culture Presents: The People’s Open Mic, Starring Author Maria Rodriguez & Live Paint by Charlie Elo
Bruklyn House (Located in the back of EvilolivE Pizza Bar)
198 Union Avenue (between B’way and Montrose)
Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211
Friday, April 10th, 2015
Doors open: 7pm
Open Mic list closes at 8pm
**SHOWTIME at 8pm!**
Cost: $10 Cover (Must be 18 & Over)
**Right across from the 90th Precinct**
TRAVEL: By train:
J, M to Lorimer Street (Lorimer/Bway exit, walk straight up B’way, right on Union ave)
From Uptown: take 2,3,4,5,A, or C train to Fulton St./ Broadway Nassau station, transfer to J or M train to Lorimer St.
L train to Lorimer Street- transfer to the G train and take 1 stop to Broadway (leaves you on corner)
G train to Broadway
From Jersey: Path to 14th Street and transfer to the Brooklyn bound L train. Transfer to the G train and take 1 stop to Broadway (leaves you on corner)
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***FIND INFORMATION ON HOW TO PURCHASE MARIA RODRIGUEZ’S POETRY BOOK “Brooklyn’s Daughter” HERE ON SPOKEN WORD NEW YORK!***