34 Avenue A
New York City, New York

Stand-up, fiction, commentary, poetry, rants, it's all good at this weekly open event in it's second decade. The Anti-Slam moves to a new venue, Mo Pitkins, temporarily while the Downeast Arts Center undergoes a make-over.

Abide by a few house rules -- don't trash the house, don't mug the audience, no chair throwing... All performers guaranteed straight tens from the judges.

Lower East Side impresario/artist Rev. Jen Miller (herself a work of art from her go-go boots to the tips of her elfen ears) began the Anti-Slam back in 1995 in reaction to the Poetry Slam movement on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. At a poetry slam, performers are given a score of 1-10 by a panel of three judges, while at an anti-slam, all participants are given a perfect ten.

$4 per person.

Official Website: http://nyartists.org/downeast-events.htm

Added by TwoWheeler on March 1, 2007

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