PSC Poets and Writers Presents Words Like Rain

October 16th, 2002 by Adam

On October 25, 2002, Plymouth State College will host Words Like Rain, a showcase of performance poetry and music from students, alumni and faculty. The revue will feature the charged, hysterical, and powerful work of five performers, and a full acoustic set with jazz saxophone, full congas, and didgeridoo.

Words Like Rain is directed by fourth-year student Daniel Singer and is sponsored by the PSC English Department, Alumni Relations, Sigma Tau Delta, the international honor society for English majors, and PSC Poets and Writers, a
student organization which promotes the works of student authors through discussions, workshops, and public readings. The program will begin at 7 P.M. in the Fireplace Lounge at the Hartman Union Building.

Words Like Rain will run approximately 70 minutes in length and will be followed by an open mic, in which anyone attending is quite welcome to perform with the band. Refreshments will be provided.

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