Next Up: Monday, September 13th, 7:30pm EDT

It’s Back-to-School Month and we’re featuring student writers from 5th grade through university!

Our Sept. Non-profit Partner is 826NYC – check them out!

We are so thrilled to be showcasing student writing talent this month in honor of schools starting up again, with many even finally getting to be back in person.

Our non-profit partner of the month, 826NYC, is responsible for bringing us two of tonight’s artists through their summer workshop “Getting Into Character.” We’re also delighted to welcome newcomers from the west coast – a 5th grader from Southern CA and a San Jose State U. student.

Come show your support for these next generation writers!


GOODBYE, EDITH: a screenplay by Kelsey Trinh, read by read by Henry Eden, David Fierro, Corinne Proctor, Jamie Rosler, Alexander Settineri, Rachel Sorteberg, and Harris Young

THE ESCAPE: a monologue written and read by Liam Cheng

EVIL PLAN: a monologue by Rebecca Cavallaro, read by Giana DeGeiso

THE BATTERY OF LIFE: a free-verse poem written and recited by Harris Young

Please note that monthly storytelling is a donate-what-you-can event taking place online via Zoom and proceeds are shared among U.W., participating artists, and our non-profit partner of the month. Registered attendees will receive the Zoom link and login information for the event via email once they’ve registered at Eventbrite. Please be sure to download Zoom to your computer or mobile device prior to the event.

Take a look back at 2020!

Previous Months’ Programs