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March 1st Brooklyn Museum


Climbing PoeTree is back in the borough and ready to rock! Come out to our first home- turf show of the year for FREE at the Brooklyn Museum next Saturday, March 1st.

In honor of women’s history month Brooklyn Museum is highlighting the power of the story: widening the scope of women’s history by providing space for women to tell their stories. 

Climbing PoeTree will deliver a dynamic 90- minute set of poetry, movement, and hip hop, including multi-media Hurricane Season excerpts, new material, & performance with an ALL-WOMEN 6-PIECE BAND feat. Alex Nolan, Beatrice Anderson, Jasmine Burems, Juliette Jones, Smokey Chocolate, Kala Brame!

The S.T.I.T.C.H.E.D. tapestry of 5,000 stories will also be on display!

@ Target First Saturday 
One of Brooklyn’s premiere cultural destinations where thousands of visitors enjoy free programs of art and entertainment each month, from 5 to 11 p.m.

Climbing PoeTree features at 7:00 in the Auditorium 
Brooklyn Museum 
200 Eastern Parkway 
Brooklyn, New York 11238

We encourage you to arrive to the museum by 5 p.m. Free tickets for our show will start to be given out at 6 p.m. Long lines from and they go fast so please get there early and enjoy the other performances and exhibits!

Re-Creating the Future By Rewriting Our Histories


S.T.I.T.C.H.E.D. surges from the collective wisdom and collaborative power of our communities. A growing tapestry of Stories, Testimonies, Intentions, Truths, Confessions, Healing, Expressions, and Dreams that Climbing PoeTree has collected and stitched together from more than 5,000 audience members and workshop participants across the country. The magic of S.T.I.T.C.H.E.D comes from declaring our truths, and bearing witness to others’. When we tell our own stories, we reclaim the power to write our own futures. When we recognize ourselves in each other, we begin to dispel the myths that are created to keep us divided.