An Evening at The Bottomline Cafe
Forget smoky cafes with drowsy patron. The Bottomline's Open Mic in Detroit is enigmatic, thought-provoking and filled with talent. From exposes on the fear of fungus to poems about Islamophobia and Domestic Violence. This poetry meet is not to be missed.
Leshawn Patterson walks into the room with a presence. He's just one of those people that immediately commands attention. Leshawn uses this ability as an actor.
"I like scripts that challenge me. If I've made you love me or hate me, I know I've done my job."
Watch the complete interview here.
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