I am so excited about this event! Bibliophilia is a storytelling festival that mixes stories with improv. Hosted by Word Lit Zine, this is three days of awesome stories put on at The Pocket Theater in Greenwood (Seattle).
On Thursday, August 4th, I’ll be reading the opening to Class-M Exile, complete with Texas accent, while improv actors act it out. From Word Lit Zine—
The first chapter is life and death for a book. It’s where you get hooked, it’s where you fall in love, and it’s where a world unfolds before you. At this event, an author reads the first chapter of their novel, and then a group of improv actors will bring that chapter to life before your very eyes.
Kicking off Bibliophilia storytelling festival is sci-fi author Raven Oak reading from her novella, Class-M: Exile.
WHAT: Performance Art
WHEN: Thursday, August 4th at 8 PM (Doors open at 7:30)
WHERE: The Pocket Theater (8312 Greenwood Ave N., Seattle, WA 98103)
PRICE: $10 Online or $14 at the door (You can also buy a 3 day pass for $25)
This is going to be a blast, so come on out!
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