Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
7:30 pm
The popular open-mic storytelling competition known as Moth StorySLAM is coming to us! The competition is open to anyone with a five-minute story to share on the night’s theme: Home. Come tell us what home means to you… your humble abode, your roots, your heritage or where your mama lives. Or perhaps a dysfunctional swamp with no lifeboat in sight. Whatever it is,
Ecuadorian American Cultural Center
7:00 pm
Kew & Willow Books invites you to a literary evening with Jules Heartly, NY writer and author of Save Your Prayers-True Stories From a Nation Held hostage (Translated to Spanish as Rehenes en Misa). A real-life protagonist of the historical novel will be available for Q&A.
81-63 Lefferts Blvd
Jun 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3:00 pm
Please sign up to receive details on joining the event. Join the Lewis Latimer House Museum and Newtown Literary for an culminating open mic event to wrap up our 2020 spring Writing on Race and Immigration series. We welcome all who have attended any of our workshops to sign up to read work that was
Lewis Latimer House Museum
3:00 pm
AMNewYork calls X Plus One “the fake sci-fi radio show from the 1940s you never knew you needed!” and Time Out NY says, “You’re in for a wild night!” If you’re a fan of The Thrilling Adventure Hour and you can recite Forbidden Planet by heart, you’ll love X Plus One, NYC’s only improvised 1940s
Queens Theatre Online
7:00 pm
We’ve invited some of our favorite storytellers from our Queens Storytellers Online series to share some of their longer format storytelling solo shows: their words, their ideas, their stories, in their voice. These performances will be LIVE – and will NOT be saved for the replay! Don’t miss it! NAZIS AND ME Written and Performed
Queens Theatre At Home