April 21, 2023 at 7:00 PM
Carnival Studio Theater
As women’s rights continue to be challenged, Spoken Soul Festival sets out to capture our communities’ voices through various outreach programs. These oral, work-centered experiences will culminate in a four-act, spoken-word play based on narratives that reflect the stories of the people involved.
Set in an interactive venue, Stories From the Womb features four poets and their unique takes on motherhood. The program features dance, live visual arts, film, music and spoken word — all inspired by the work and voices of incarcerated women, supported by the Cage Bird Art Program.
Beyond the Bars, a nonprofit organization that supports workers impacted by incarceration, is proud to showcase two talented women spoken word artists as part of its Cage Bird Art Program. These women have transformed their experiences into art that captures the realities of incarceration and the strength and resilience of women affected by it.
The Cage Bird Art Program provides people impacted by incarceration with the opportunity to explore their artistic talents and express themselves creatively through various forms of art, including spoken word, visual art and music.
For more information on Beyond the Bars and the Cage Bird Art Program,
Admission to Spoken Soul is free. However, first-access passes are required. Get your first-access passes now!
Please note: First-access passes expire 15 minutes prior to the performance. First-access passes must be obtained for every member of your party regardless of age. There is a limit of six passes per household. Guests will be let in on a first-come, first-served basis as seats become available.
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Promo for Screen Reader
Online ticket sales are no longer available for this performance. Tickets may still be available in person at the box office or by calling 305.949.6722.
Veronica Barrios Garcia
Annette Gonzalez Silvera
Natalie Lewis Schere
PATH co-founder and executive director
With the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, and PATH: Preserving, Archiving & Teaching HipHop, Inc.