This month Kelly Writers House Speakeasy is partnering with PRISM, Penn’s Interfaith Club, so this Speakeasy will have an Interfaith theme. What does this mean? Well, performers can simply share anything from their faiths or their experiences encountering other faiths in any form – poetry, prose, dance, song, comedy.
If you have a piece that does not deal with this theme, you are still more than welcome to share and perform! Our student-run open mic night welcomes all kinds of readings, performances, spectacles, and happenings. Bring your poetry, your guitar, your dance troupe, your award-winning essay, or your stand up comedy to share. Anything goes…
What is Speakeasy?
Speakeasy is an open mic night held at the Kelly Writers House one Wednesday evening each month. It’s an opportunity for students and those in the larger Penn community to share their work, or the work of others, in a friendly setting. Speakeasy was founded in 1997 and continues to be an integral part of the Writers House programs.