Katrina and continues to write and perform original works.
We have a repertoire that includes ‘Katrina’, ‘Being’ and ’50 States’.
This is our second appearance at The Katonah Museum of Art.
Reservations are welcomed and may be made by
calling 914 232 9555 ext.0
At 5 PM light refreshments will be served
giving you an opportunity to chat with the
writers and enjoy this glorious museum.
The performance begins at 5:30 PM and
clocks in at 70 minutes.
Hi Lisa I thought your urbanseashell readers might be interested in the competition we are running. It is designed to showcase performance and written poetry. US$2600 of prizes, free entry. All categories, ages and countries. There is an online written section and a performance section, and all you need to do is link to your youtube video. 50 entries through to Round 2 each week. Full details www.bookhabit.com/competition Thanks! Clare
If anyone submits an entry let me know and I will post your video or written piece.
Don't miss the chance to see this stunning, one-night-only reading! With a special appearance by the Middle Collegiate Church Gospel Choir!
Proceeds from the reading will benefit Middle Collegiate Church's social justice programs.
at Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South
(corner of Thompson St.)
Tickets are available at
by calling 212-352-3101
Patron Tickets: $150
(includes special reception with the cast.)
Student Tickets: $15 (must bring 1 valid ID per ticket).
Visit www.cultureproject.org for
updates and more information!
Hamptons International Film Festival
October 15-18, 2008
To purchase passes and packages click here.
How to get to the United Artists Theatre
in the Village of East Hampton.
Po'Jazz at The Cornelia Street Cafe
Thursday, October 16, 6 - 8 pm
Myronn Hardy, “…he maps a world of poetry for the rest of us, drawing a line from Soweto to Little Rock. The poetry of Myronn Hardy is indelibly vivid...” — Martín Espada
Sabir Mateen, "Mateen has always been a free jazzman in heart and soul enjoying the rhythms, enjoying the freedom,enjoying the expressiveness, enjoying the interplay, and going at it to the full." — Free Jazz Blog
Golda Solomon, “Poet Solomon...Think of it as Jack Kerouac revisiting the Mile High City and grabbing a sandwich at the New York Deli while in town.”
— Norman Provizer, Rocky Mountain News
*Friday, October 17, 8 - 10 pm*
E.J. ANTONIO / PETER FIORE/ GOLDA SOLOMON
at the Black Cat Cafe, Irvington, NY
how to get there
*Sunday, October 26, 4 - 6 pm*
WOMENWRITEnyc at Café Largo, NYC