Friday, November 30, 2012, 5:00 – 7:00pm

America SCORES Seattle: 10th Annual Poetry Slam

Great Hall; enter on Eighth Avenue. Free.

Family, Literary, Other Performance

As the culminating event of the SCORES fall writing and literacy curricula, this poetry slam features dozens of elementary pupils/poet-athletes from Seattle’s underserved neighborhoods performing original works. Each team gets a chance to step onstage and perform group and individual poems under the lights, joined by a live band, guest performances, and celebrity judges—all encouraging participants to hone their spoken-word skills in hopes of becoming one of the finalists who will earn an all-expenses-paid trip to the seventh annual America SCORES National Poetry Slam in Spring 2013. Presented by America SCORES Seattle.

Admission is free.

LEARN MORE:
http://www.americascores.org/seattle

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