March 21 Storytelling and more

Radio Reimagine and Joyful Raven Studios present

THIRD THURSDAY Storytelling and more… Stories, poems, and songs of liberation, resilience and joy.

March 21, 2024, 7:30 pm Monkey House Theater, 1638 University Ave. Berkeley, CA 94710.

Featured Performers: Jess Clarke: War Criminal Robyn DeGuzman: Enough Jen Rhee: Kimchi Kelly Curry & Robin Lewis: Vocals and guitar Joyful Raven — MC

Advance tickets $15-$25 sliding scale no on turned away. OPEN MIC Sign up to tell a 5 minute story and get on stage!

Jess Clarke
Cofounder of Radio Reimagine and editor of Race, Poverty and the Environment.

“War Criminal” 
is a story of their encounter with with Henry Kissinger, National Security Advisor, Secretary of State and War Criminal.

Robyn De Guzman
Actor, mother, dance and tai chi teacher, Pinay collaborator & performance artist

Enough”
“A quick deep dive and punch to the face of colonialism that’ll make you squirm, laugh uncomfortably and reckon with your secret pain.” —Rona Figueroa, Actress

Jen Rhee
Canadian-born Korean American designer
 
 “Take Me Home, Kimchi Roads”
This is a story about my complicated love affair with kimchi.
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Kelly Curry & Robin Lewis
Original songs and interpretations of classics. Kelly on vocals, Robin on guitar.

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Kelly is a food justice organizer of The Electric Smoothie Lab and Planning Justice Advocate.

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Robin’s seven-stringed guitar accompaniment brings songs alive.

Joyful Raven
Master of Ceremonies for the evening, Joyful has had a hand in midwiving all of tonight’s storytellers.

You can sign up for her classes and coaching at
www.joyful-raven.com

Radio Reimagine will be recording segments of tonights show for upcoming podcasts.

The Monkey House books music, comedy, storytelling, improv, magic, theater, and other forms of intimate human entertainment. Built by artists for artists. This is a BYOB at a personal residence so please feel free to bring your own refreshments.

Radio Reimagine is a project of the Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center.