Thursday 11 January 2018 – Public Poetry presents: The PM Show

 

 

The PM Show is a truly collaborative creative synthesis between poets and musicians who work together and rehearse the show into a polished and exciting performance. The poets and musicians will work together in various combinations.

Featuring poets Chris Diaz, Sharon Marie Olson Rosales, Chris Wise and Juliane Tran paired with seasoned musicians Nick Gaitan, Roberto Rodriguez, Gabriel Alanis and Johnny Rojas.

Hosted by James Trotter

TICKET INFO
AT THE DOOR:
Single tickets are $15
Public Poetry Members can bring a guest FREE with the purchase of a single ticket at the door
ONLINE:
Single show tickets online are $12 with a limited number of $10 tickets available to the first 25 customers.
Series tickets including all 3 shows in 2018 are $25.
To purchase tickets online:

ABOUT

 

The PM Show: Poets & Musicians is a collaboration between poets and musicians.  Poets & Musicians combine their talents and put together a rehearsed show presented at night at Rudyard’s. Both poets and musicians are required to produce new, original material.  Everyone is paid for their work.

In 2018, there will be three shows, each featuring 4 poets, hosted by James Trotter.  The show opens with the musicians performing, followed by the collaboration of poets & musicians and ending with the musicians again.
Show dates are on
Thursdays, January 11, March 29 and June 21 upstairs
at Rudyard’s British Pub, 2010 Waugh Drive, 77006.
Doors open at 6:30 PM. Show starts &:30 PM
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Food and drink service available.

Public Poetry is holding open auditions 2-5 PM, on stage at Rudyard’s on the following dates:

Sunday, October 15, 2017 for the Thursday, January 11, 2018 PM Show
Sunday, January 14, 2018 for the Thursday, March 29, 2018 PM Show
Sunday, April 1, 2018 for the Thursday, June 21, 2018 Summer Solstice PM Show

ALL POETS (page & stage) are welcome to try out. Bring two poems (3 minutes total) and a short bio.

The PM Show: Poets & Musicians is supported by a grant from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance