The Busboys and Poets Podcast is a weekly conversation with creative professionals and performers in Washington D.C. Busboys and Poets is a restaurant, performance venue, and community space with four locations in the DC area.
Greg Roth is a musician, comedian, writer, and performer who has lived in the DC area since 2000. He is the founder of Man on the Street DC, a social commentary site about living in the nation’s capital. He has written for The Charlie Visconage Show, contributed to the Pink Line Project and Russia TV, and won acting and directing awards for short film work.
Episode 1 – Sonya Renee (7/18/12)
Sonya Renee joins us to talk about getting her start as a poet and touring the world doing what she loves. As the Director Of Poetry Events (D.O.P.E.) for Busboys and Poets, she also discusses her observations of other poets just starting out and the local scene for performers.
Episode 2 – Molly Hagen (8/1/12)
This week’s episode features Molly Hagen, host of the Busboys and Poets and Songwriters Association of Washington (SAW) monthly singer-songwriter open mic series, S+S Open Mic. S+S takes place on the 2nd Sunday of every month from 7-9pm at Busboys and Poets, 5th & K. Tickets can be purchased online for $5 starting at midnight on the day of and in the restaurant starting at 10:00 AM (cash only).