LIVE in DC! - Snap #229
This week, enjoy the best seat in the house as Glynn Washington and the nation’s finest storytellers rock Washington DC’s Harman Center with a sold-out show before a screaming audience.
Glynn's always been in the shadow of his caramel-colored cousin Virgil. But he's about to fight back--even if that means the ultimate sacrifice.
Regie Cabico is the first Asian American queer writer to take top prizes in the National Poetry Slam. He has appeared on two seasons of HBO's Def Poetry Jam, and performs throughout North America and the U.K. Regie currently serves as the artistic director of Sol & Soul, an arts and activist organization in Washington, D.C.
Noah St. John is a 15-year-old writer and actor who exploded onto the performance scene by winning the Youth Speaks Grand Slam Championship and representing the Bay Area at the Brave New Voices festival as a sophomore in high school.
Jack McCarthy is a veteran performer, poet and storyteller whose book, Say Goodnight, Grace Notes, was released in 2003 by EM Press to rave reviews. His work has appeared in a number of anthologies, including The Spoken Word Revolution, and the film Slamnation. Jack currently resides in Seattle, Washington.
Kate Ascott-Evans is an alumnus of the prestigious Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles. She has appeared in the film Play Dead, the was seen on stage in the highly-acclaimed Los Angeles play Sensitive Skin. When not performing she works with South African youth programs and is in the process of developing a documentary to be shot there.
Joshua Walters is a performer, comedian, beat-boxer, playwright and the star of the acclaimed one man show Madhouse Rhythm, which has sold out theaters for the last three years.
Sonya Renee is an Internationally acclaimed performance poet, actress, educator and activist who's been seen on HBO, CNN, BET, MTV, and the Oxygen Network. She has performed on stages from New Zealand to Scotland to New York, and is currently residing in Baltimore, MD.