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PLOP! Cabaret Performance Series

March 7, 2010

Series I: March 20th, 2010

PLOP! Cabaret is an all new performance series produced and curated by Seattle artist Josie Davis.  PLOP! Invites select artists in the literary and music arts to perform their work in an intimate house setting for a unique, wide eyed audience.  Want to PLOP!?  Bring your pillow to Beacon Hill.  That’s right, Beacon Hill.

Doors open 8pm sharp, $5-10 sliding scale entry.

RSVP @ 206.713.9177/joselizd@gmail.com

LIMITED SEATING.

Artist Roster, March 2010

Kate Lebo lives in Seattle and works for Richard Hugo House, a literary arts center. Her poems have appeared in Crab Creek Review, DMQ Review, Smartish Pace, Filter, and a River and Sound Review, and she was awarded a 2010 Soapstone residency. For more about Kate (and her tasty homemade pies) visit her blog, Good Egg (www.goodeggseattle.blogspot.com).

A. K. “Mimi” Allin is the poet-in-residence at NBBJ in Seattle. Her
month-long project, Adopt-A-Poet, begins in January 2010 and marks the
nation’s first such corporate poet residency. It was conceived of and
brokered by the artist with financial assistance by The Seattle Office
of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Jennifer Borges Foster is a poet, bookmaker, and the editor of Filter, a hand bound limited edition literary journal. Her poems have appeared in The Beloit Poetry Journal, Prairie Schooner, ZYZZYVA, and other journals, she is the recipient of 4Culture and the Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs grants, and she was short-listed for The Stranger’s 2007 Genius Award in literature. Jennifer will be reading new work created during a recent 3 week residency on the Oregon coast with fellow poet Kate Lebo.

John Osebold has long hair. He makes music, sometimes as Jose Bold (josebold.com), sometimes in a band called “Awesome” (awesometheband.com). He also makes sound designs for theater, scores film & radio spots, and enjoys making his own films out of found footage because he doesn’t have a camera. Three of his short unstageable plays appeared in Jen’s FILTER vol. 2. “Awesome”‘s newest show, West, will appear at On the Boards on April 22-25; John will direct Montana von Fliss’ Cancer the Musical at Washington Ensemble Theater on June 4-21; and Jose Bold’s new film & show will be December 3-4.

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