April 15-16, 2005
LA LUNA LLENA, In Praise of The Full Moon, a variety show celebrating National Poetry Month, is being offered on Friday & Saturday evenings, April 15-16 at 7:30 pm in the Harwood Art Centers downstairs theater space. Admission at the door is $7, seniors & students $5. This years program of lively collaborations of poetry, music, dance and theater, features the work of Arizona poet Richard Shelton, author of The Tattooed Desert and The Bus to Veracruz and a choral rendition of Rumi poems. Actor Frank Melcori sings musical versions of Jack Kerouac haikus. Poets Dale Harris and Gregory Candela perform their original work with friends Gerard Bezzeg, Jim Burbank, Ingrid Burg, Marsha Candela, Kat Heatherington, Mary Messinger-King, Jose Perez, Cody Power, Anne Ravenstone, Esther Roybal, Steve and Michelle Sullivan, and Trent Whiteside. Scott Sharot hosts, with technical direction by Nina Dorrance and John Davis. The Harwood Art Center is located at 1114 Seventh St. NW in downtown Albuquerque at the corner of Mountain Rd. and 7th St., 242-6367. For more information contact Dale Harris email@example.com 505-242-4930.
The 7th Annual Poets & Writers Picnic is Saturday August 28, 2004, noon to 4 pm, once again at the historic Shaffer Hotel, Mountainair, NM in the gazebo garden yard behind Pop Shaffers famous folk art wall. The Shaffer Hotel is 2 blocks south of the intersection of Routes 55 & 60. Free admission, open mic and featured readers. Bring a picnic lunch, buy one there from Chef Scott Sharot or enjoy local dining. Sponsored by the Manzano Mountain Arts Council during the Town of Mountainairs Sunflower Festival.
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!! A CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL POETRY MONTH !!
2004 Jan. 29-Feb. 1st.
Hi All You SPARROWS fans. It's that time again.
The list of poets is huge again this year. Bios will soon be posted on the Web Page www.sparrowspoetry.com
New this year, is a theme! "CREATION SPEAKS"
Check it out. There are 14 different workshops you can attend and the Saturday night show is more experimental with original music by Pamela Robinson, a bunch of dancers, audience participation, great lighting and some photos. Poets of course will be there too, 18 poems, but the poets will sometimes be off-stage, sometimes in costume, so don't expect the same old show.
Friday night has a big line-up of new poets and groups. Bongo Billy's is the headquarters this year, so if you get to town and want to find out where to go and how to get there, you will find someone downstairs at Bongo Billy's Salida Cafe.
All the information you need is on the web site. Look forward to another Poetry Performance Love Fest. Thanks for all of your support in the past.
Poetry, passion, performance and creation,
Labor Day Weekend - 2003 Come to a delightful literary event in the Heart of New Mexico this Labor Day Weekend. The 6th Annual Poets & Writers Picnic is Saturday August 30, 2003, noon to 4 pm, once again at the historic Shaffer Hotel, Mountainair, NM in the gazebo garden yard behind Pop Shaffers famous folk art wall. The Shaffer is 2 blocks south of the intersection of Routes 55 & 60. Free admission, music, open mic and featured readers. Bring a picnic lunch, buy one there from Chef Scott Sharot or enjoy the newly re-opened dining room at the Shaffer. Sponsored by the Manzano Mountain Arts Council during the Town of Mountainairs Sunflower Festival. Contact Dale Harris for more info, email@example.com 505-242-4930
Once We Were Winged - a Gathering of Poets, Actors, Dancers and Musicians in Celebration of National Poetry Month.
When: Saturday, April 19, 2003, 7 pm
Where: Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW, corner of Mountain and 7th St. in downtown Albuquerque, 242-6367, in their new downstairs theater space.
Tickets: $5. admission at the door.
Poets: Dale Harris, Todd Moore, Karen Fox
Actors: Scott Sharot as Dame Margery Withering and Muses Elena Vaughan, JuliaThudium, will host; Travis Parkin as John Dillinger; Frank Melcori as Alan Ginsberg.
Dancers: Cynthia Elliott, Ricardo Guillermo and Anne Ravenstone; Michelle
Musicians: Sazlar, an all-woman Near Eastern Music ensemble: Cindy Bachicha, Beth Beaver, Judie Harris, Patti Nagle, Beau Tappan; Mike Balistreri/Freebass;
Art Edwards, Ellen Reay, piano; Stavros, percussion; Trent Whiteside, cello;
Gary Yamane, Native American Flute.