Wed, Sep 08 | Lansing

Natasha T. Miller at The Robin (Spoken Word poetry)

7PM doors, 7:30 show. Natasha T. Miller is a Detroit, MI native, performance poet, LGBTQ activist, film producer, and founder of the “Artists Inn Detroit.” Feat. Masaki Takahashi, Marzieh Ghiasi and Jillian Bowe. More info below!
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Natasha T. Miller at The Robin (Spoken Word poetry)

Time & Location

Sep 08, 7:30 PM
Lansing, 1105 S Washington Ave, Lansing, MI 48910, USA

About The Event

7PM doors / 7:30 show.

This show is limited to 50 seats to accommodate physical distancing for audience members. We want you to feel safe AND enjoy great shows at The Robin. If you are not vaccinated, we ask that you wear a mask while indoors at The Robin. 

BYOB: Essentially, you can BYOB to the show if you buy it at Sleepwalker Spirits and Ale, next door to The Robin. REO Town is a social district that allows open alcoholic beverages to be consumed and carried inside its borders, as long as they're purchased at an bar/pub in the district. Enjoy, and please remember to be respectful to fellow audience members and performers!

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Natasha  T. Miller is a Detroit, MI native, performance poet, LGBTQ activist,  film producer, and founder of the “Artists Inn Detroit.” Natasha has  been a member of four national slam teams, starred in a national Sprite  commercial, a Shinola CNN ad, and she is a Women of the World Poetry  Slam 3-time top five finalist.

Masaki Takahashi: An accomplished poet and community organizer, Takahashi is founder of The Poetry Room and has committed himself to building up Lansing's poetry culture.  

Marzieh Ghiasi: Ghiasi began her foray into poetry translating Persian poems  into English over a decade ago in Montreal. She has performed original  poetry at stages including the Robin and the MICA Gallery in Lansing. In  her spare time she works as a doctoral student in epidemiology.

Jillian Bowe: Bowe is a queer poet from Portage, MI, who has been writing  poetry and performing  in slams across the country since 2015, which is not that long, but  ends up seeming pretty long because they’re only 21. In 2017, they  founded Project Postcard, a project to provide underprivileged students  with a slam poetry experience; this project has had  workshops around the world, starting in the heart of little old  Portage. They are studying music education and love collaborating with  musicians and poets alike to create art of all kinds.

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