Writing Workshop: Loud 'n Unchained Theater Company

Goodman South Madison Branch - Madison Public Library (2222 S Park St, Madison, WI 53713)

Program Description:

Loud ā€˜nā€™ Unchained Theater company presents a series of writing workshops and open mic events centering Black, Indigenous and POC, Queer, Trans and Disabled writers and authors. Each open mic will feature a new QTBIPoC Disabled artist and and Live DJ. Sign up in advance to read or show up by 5:45 to sign up to read!

October 13 5:45-7:45pm Writing Workshop (feat. T.S. Banks)

October 14 6-7:45pm Open Mic (feat. K.I.L.O. aka SkitL'z with mini feature Sarah B. and music by DJ Boyfrrriend)

Theme: Truth vs. Perception

Presenter Bio:

T. S. Banks is a community organizer, disability justice and mental wellness advocate, poet, and playwright from Madison, WI. A First Wave and UW Madison Graduate. He is the Founder of Loud ā€˜N UnChained Theater Co. Which is also home to LNU Black Theater Festival; that premiered April 2021.  His work  addresses visioning for Black Power + Liberation, a critique of the medical-industrial complex, psychiatric violence, sanism, radical care + access, transformative justice. QT Justice, Disability Justice, and cross-movement solidarity.


This event is part of the Ripple Project, a year-long series of free humanities events focused on equity in Dane County public libraries. Learn more at www.beyondthepage.info/ripple-project

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