Theatre Lunatico is collaborating with east bay poet, Paul Corman-Roberts, to establish ongoing poetry and literary events in our cozy basement venue.
The CrowShow is his open mic showcase series that seeks to place up and coming writers and performers shoulder to shoulder with dynamic and established writer/performers.
Wednesday, October 18th 7:00pm – 10:00pm
The high flying open mic of the murder is back at it’s new home, the legendary La Val’s Subterranean with featured sets by:
KIM SHUCK – Poet Laureate of San Francisco
JOEL LANDMINE – Author of the seminal collection “Yeah, Well…”
Open Mic slots will be no more than 5 MINUTES!
$10 – $15 donations requested but no one turned away for lack of funds
Go to The CrowShow for all the latest!
Poet Paul Corman-Roberts is known as an organizer of Bay Area spoken word events on behalf of publishers and activists, and in particular as the founder of Oakland’s longest active running literary festival, the Beast Crawl. A graduate of the infamous New College of California Graduate Poetics Program (MA/MFA) he is the author of the poetry and prose collections Coming WorldGone World (Howling Dog Press, 2006), 19th Street Station (Full of Crow Chap series, 2011), Notes From An Orgy (Paper Press, 2014) and We Shoot Typewriters (Nomadic Press, 2015.)