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Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse


First Parish UU Medfield

Our next show:

Saturday, March 25th at 7:00 PM

Open to all including high school students and adults.

The Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse is an opportunity for spoken word artists to share their poetry, stories, and songs. It is held the last Saturday of every month at 7pm at First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Medfield, MA. Each month has a different theme. This month's theme is "Shades of Blue" and our feature is Blues in the Corner.


Blues in the Corner is an electrifying blues trio playing original and classic blues. The nucleus of the group is a trio featuring Eddie Love on blues harp and lead vocals and the songwriting duo of Stephen Stern on guitar and vocals, and Rudy Barajas on bass. They have performed all over Massachusetts wowing audiences wherever they go.

 Open mic readers have 5 minutes to share: original or non-original poetry, stories, performance art, music or songs welcome (sticking to theme encouraged). Teens and adults are welcome to participate in the open mic or just enjoy the show and the Starbucks refreshments. Whole show is filmed by Medfield TV and posted to youtube.

Invite your friends and come join in on the open mic or just listen. $5 suggested donation, $3 for students.

For more information contact Linda Finkle 603-918-0848 or Thea Iberall 562-243-0191 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Light refreshments courtesy of Starbucks of Medfield




Shakespeare to Hip Hop

with Regie Gibson and Marlon Carey

Friday April 7​th​ at ​7:30 PM

Tickets $15 ($10 ages 10-17) (family cap of $30)

Available at the door

Bard Open Mic and Refreshments


“Shakespeare to Hip Hop” refers to the bridging of the generational gap that often exists between  the Classic literary tradition and popular culture. By embracing the traditions and foundations of the past and the best of the present, Shakespeare to Hip Hop connects with students of all ages in ways that are literary, lively and fun.

Regie Gibson, a National Poetry Slam Champion, and Marlon Carey are spoken word artists, musicians, actors, and educators extraordinaire. They have combined their talents for an inspirational, informative, and intriguing poetry performance that travels to schools across the New England Area and beyond, garnering much praise from students and teachers alike for their ability to make the written word come alive. The duo creates and adapts writing and performance techniques culled from the study of ancient texts, and fuses them with modern and contemporary spoken word, jazz-poetry, hip-hop and pop-music.

Regie, when you perform, you are supersonic and in the stratosphere, where you can see that the Earth really is a ball, moist, blue-green. Regie, you sing and chant for all of us. Nobody gets left out." -Kurt Vonnegut

"Intelligent, talented, energetic, erudite, articulate, kind and giving, truly gifted artists and most noble men of faith and honor, you blew us away. Thank you for sharing so freely and fully of yourselves."— William L. Burke III, Headmaster, St. Sebastian's School