Join us for a special event that will spotlight the U.S. Constitution and social justice issues through spoken word, music, and satire!
Monday, September 9
The Draw, 800 S. Lawe Street, Appleton
Poetry Unlocked & poet Nathan J. Reid have partnered up to present this unique experience motivated by the uncertainties facing our world today. Issues like gun violence, racism, women’s rights, class system, and more will be presented by these talented poets:
• Sylvia Cavanaugh
• Dan Denton
• Bobbie Lee Lovell
• Alex Ullberg
• Ed Werstein
• Laura Winkelspecht
A live band featuring Joanna Kosowsky Dane, Loren Dempster, and Tad Neuhaus, will use their skills to create spontaneous, improvised music throughout the show. Travis Whitty will provide videography as well as his own musical talents. Nathan J. Reid will emcee the evening, punctuating the night with spoken word, sketches, and songs.
There will also be an OPEN MIC in the middle of the show, as part of intermission. [Note: due to the special nature of this event, OPEN MIC time will be limited to two minutes per person and should be thematically related to the Cabaret].
As always, a cash bar will be available.
Come get your freedom of speech on with us!