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KREATIVITY GIVES CREATORS THE FLOOR AT OPEN MIC NIGHT

Setota Hailemariam | UMD Writer's Bloc

"Open mics are the perfect place to go to hear undiscovered talent, and Kreativity’s Open Mic Night did not disappoint. Held in the Cafritz Foundation Theatre of The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, an intimate black box theater, the event gave students, graduates or anyone who likes to perform a chance to do so without having to face intimidating stage.

"Kreativity Diversity Troupe, a performing arts group at this university, holds two open mics every semester, along with a final show where they perform original works they’ve written. Current members April Monu, a junior theater major, and Rebecca Bradley, a senior psychology major, were the hosts for the show. They introduced the performers while plugging the Troupe’s end-of-semester show on Dec. 7, making the audience memorize the start time and even put it in their calendars."

Read the rest of the article at UMD Writer's Bloc.

Featured Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mohammad Jangda via UMD Writer's Bloc.

Date of Publication: 
10/17/16