Eve Brandstein's Poetry in Motion: Funny Valentine
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Eve Brandstein's Poetry in Motion has a 30-year history of bringing leading actors, writers and poets together to create exceptional spoken word events.
Scheduled to appear:
- Rick Overton
- Julie Brown
- Brendan Constantine
- Anne Beatts
- Jen Lynch
- John Tottenham
- Susan Hayden
- Dylan Brody
- Adrian Cunningham
- Eric Schwartz
Buy your tickets online now to reserve your seat. There will be refreshments available after the event and you'll have an opportunity to meet the artists and buy books in the Beyond Baroque bookstore.
Poetry in Motion events always sell out and this time we're scheduled for 8pm on a Saturday night. By buying a ticket rather than showing up at the door without one you'll not only save $5, you'll be sure of a seat in the theater which may be standing room only.
If you are a member of Beyond Baroque's Literary Art Center, you must purchase a ticket to reserve your seat for this premium event. Please check your Beyond Baroque Newsletter instructions.
When & Where
In addition to being a poet, Eve Brandstein has been a major studio and network executive, a producer, a film and theater director, writer/creator, and casting director. She is also an artist, psychotherapist, teacher and workshop facilitator, who has led writing and performance groups. As an accomplished fine artist her work is shown at TAG Gallery at Bergamot Station. She is a publisher of The Hollywood Review an anthology of L.A. poets and also the author of “The Actor – A Practical Guide to a Professional Career” and has published several collections and anthologies of poetry chapbooks. Her next poetry collection will be published and distributed by Zeitgeist Press.
She is also the producer of the celebrated reading series – Poetry In Motion, launched in 1988. Poetry in Motion is presently a bi-coastal monthly series at Beyond Baroque in Venice and various venues in New York City.