Screaming Away

Posted: July 7, 2011 in poetry
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presents

Created and hosted by poet R. O’Donnell “®“, the Poetry Scream hit the podium Thursday June 30th at 8pm sharp to clapping hands and stomping feet.

Ben Bellows Lichty returned to the podium to ponder and pontificate while Scream  regular Tenzing read Twain’s The war Poem for the funky 4th of July.  Music was super hot as guitars twanged alternative to original folk riffs by CJ, Tom, and Dante.  ® spouted a humorous monologue or two and insane fun was had by all.  Next Scream promises some stand-up to titillate and instigate so be there or be square.

If you write poetry and love to perform, sign up is 7:30pm or contact us now at poetryscream@gmail.com.

The Poetry Scream, a fast-paced poetry reading whereby uncensored poets are unleashed at the podium, will continue every other Thursday at The Boiler Room, 8pm sharp.  This is a free event.

The Boiler Room is a non-profit all-ages venue for music, art, poetry, and theater.  A youth-run business, The Boiler Room fosters a culture of volunteers and celebrates community, growth, learning and empowerment of youth and the young-at-heart. We are located in the heart of a small Victorian seaport (Port Townsend, Washington State) in the Pacific Northwest.

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