Poetry Electric: New Resistance

February 20

Monday at 8PM

$10 Tickets


Against the President on President’s day!
The New Resistance

Hosted by  Jane LeCroy & Kaila Mullady

Money gives us its paper cuts from which we are bleeding to death. How will we save the world?  Diversity, Inclusion, Acceptance. NYC poets and beatboxers demonstrate the art of the new resistance.


| John S. Hall | Heide Hatry | Aimee Herman | David Lawton | Jane LeCroy | Maria Muentes |

| David Mills | Jimi Pantalon | Puma Perl | Liza Jessie Peterson | Peter Spagnuolo |

| Norman Stock | Jeff Wright | Susan Yung | 

AND Beats of…Kaila Mullady & Beatbox House Collective

About The Artists

Jane LeCroy poet, performance artist, home-birthing mother of 3, teacher, atheist, vegetarian, hedonist, fronts the avant-pop band The Icebergs with Tom Abbs and David Rogers-Berry.  She has toured as part of Sister Spit the west coast women’s poetry troupe, the experimental improv band, ΩOhmslice with Bradford Reed, and Nu Voices, Kid Lucky’s hip-hop a capella orchestra.  “Signature Play” her multimedia book from Three Rooms Press, http://threeroomspress.com/authors/jane-lecroy/ features her lyric poems, musical scores, visual art, and access to audio files and a pushcart nomination.  Jane is a teaching artist in NYC public schools. The Icebergs just released their debut album, Eldorado, release party at Sunnyvale in Brooklyn, Wed. 2/8.  Check out her many books and recordings at www.janelecroy.com and request to be put on her list to receive free poems hot off her brain with every show invite, find her by name on social media.

About The Poetry Electric

The Poetry Electric fuses music, movement, sound, and dance with the spoken word and presents artists working in a wide range of styles including beatboxing, jazz and hip-hop theatre. This series has presented over 200 emerging poets from diverse cultural backgrounds.
The Poetry Electric is presented monthly at The Club at La MaMa. Find out more about The Poetry Electric!
This project was made possible, in part, through The Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Program, funded, in part, by the Jerome Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Harkness Foundation for Dance, the Davis/Dauray Family Fund, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Pieces of it were developed at the Pig Iron School for Advanced Performance Training, and in Mexico City on a travel grant from the Fund for Authentic Journalism.