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Spoken Word Sundays NYC

  • The Parkside Lounge 317 East Houston Street New York United States (map)
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Featuring Kofi Fosu Forson, Jack Tricarico, and Nick Walther

Hosted by Thomas Fucaloro

Plus open mic


$3 suggested donation. Two drink min, alcoholic or non.

Kofi Fosu Forson has written and directed plays, Punching Bag, Cushion Pill, among others, for Riant Theater. His play Alligator Pass was nominated for the Arnold Weissberger Award. His collaborations include Gender, Space, Art and Architecture, a video project, Liverpool, England and Dismember the Night, thread poetry and photography project, Tribes Gallery, NYC. His one man show of prints from his MUSE Series of paintings, tape loops of monologues and film version of Cushion Pill, premiered in Liverpool, England. As performer he has participated in productions of What the Hell is Love? and The Loser Project at Cornelia Street Café. Among his published works are Three Rooms Press’ NYC 1 and NYC 2 and Maintenant 10, great weather for MEDIA’s The Understanding between Foxes and Light, and Anti-Heroin Chic

Jack Tricarico is a New York City painter and poet who has been published in poetry journals and anthologies in the United States, Europe and Mexico. He has completed 11 chapbooks and is working on his 12th. The publications his work has appeared in are Hunger Magazine, Home Planet News, Asbestos, Dinner With The Muse, Exit Strata, The Venetian Hour, I Let Go of the Stars in My Hand, Anima Magazine, Across The Margin, and Along The Shore (Lost Tower Publications). His art work can be seen at

Nick Walther is an actor and writer based out of Bushwick, Brooklyn. They are an active member of the vibrant artistic community there. They've performed with Saints of an Unnamed Country and Theater Breaking Through Barriers, in addition to other collectives and as a solo performer at venues like Studio Theatre at Theatre Row, MoMA PS1, The Glove, Secret Project Robot, and many more.

Earlier Event: May 26
Spoken Word Sundays NYC
Later Event: June 9
Spoken Word Sundays NYC