Take the time to experience and experiment in a safe, sacred space, We will explore the self using breath, sound, yoga, inner and outer gazing, music, movement of different kinds – with a little bit of writing thrown in for good luck.
No experience necessary.
All are welcome.
Cost: $20 – Cash Only / Drop In
The second workshop took place for MILA this spring in New York City.
Hearing our libretto set to Andrea Clearfield‘s stunning score with voices was such a moving experience!
Just Keep Swimming…
This just in! I’m in training for the Newburgh-Beacon Hudson River swim on August 6th. Don’t ask…
After completing work on my third novel, I’ve switched to literary non-fiction, and am deeply engaged in writing a collection of autobiographical essays that will eventually become my fourth book. I’m thrilled to have had the first essay in my new collection picked up and published by The Alaska Quarterly Review.
MILA Workshop #2 A great success!
We’ve fine-tuned the libretto, the music is almost there and after auditioning for voices this fall, Mila is scheduled to go into a second, expanded workshop in New York City from March 12-18.
FOOTNOTES: A One Woman Show
My one-woman performance show, which premiered in New York in a series of performances at the Laurie Beechman Theatre with music arranged by the brilliant Paul Greenwood, and directed by Barry Kleinbort, will be having its West Coast premier in early 2016.
Afterworld and I have been invited to participate in the 21st Annual Virginia Festival of the Book, March 18-22, 2015. I had a blast.
High School Yearbook
As a writer and member of the Board of Advisers for this project, I took to the road on one of the most touching, invigorating, emotional journeys I’ve ever taken. High School Yearbook is a book, a website, and social media. Its mission is about the empowerment of teens with cancer, having them get that they are beautiful, powerful and alive with possibility, connecting young people with cancer and their families with others going through similar circumstances throughout the world, and having the world get these young people as the extraordinary human beings they are. . To find out more – and give in whatever way you can – check in regularly to www.hsyearbook.org.