WordShedNYC Reading and Open Mic (in person at HVWC)
October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Please join us in partnership with WordShedNYC Reading Series, an all-inclusive interdisciplinary community culturally and creatively integrated that combines art forms while interlocking ideas. We are thrilled to feature Judith Rose, Litany Burns, and Samuel Harps on Thursday, October 19 at 7 pm at the Hudson Valley Writers Center (in person).
Judith remains curious. She writes, teaches, creates, choreographs, dances, listens, and learns. She is the director of Vital Movement™, the wellness practice she founded, based in Nyack, NY. She collaborates regularly with artists in various media to create new works addressing crucial themes in contemporary life. Her belief in the healing power of the arts continues to inspire her work as does her ever-deepening reverence for the mystery of life. www.judithroseVM.com
Litany is a world-renowned medium, clairvoyant, lecturer, screenwriter, poet and author of Develop Your Psychic Abilities, The Sixth Sense of Children, and her new novel Goddess.com. Her poetry has been published in the International Women’s Year Poetry Anthology. Featured in The 100 Top Psychics & Astrologers In America she worked on the infamous ‘Son of Sam’ case, appeared on NBC, ABC, FOX, LIFETIME, The New Yorker Radio Hour, CBC (Canada), ITV (UK), NNN (Japan), SBS (Australia) as well as in goop.com, The London Daily Mail Sunday magazine, and lectured at University of Toronto, SXSW Conference & Festivals, ‘International Child/Spirit’ Conferences (Noetic Sciences). Having sold a TV story to NBC and a feature film HK/LA she has several book, film/ TV, and social media projects in development. Find Litany at: @ www.litanyburns.com
Samuel interned at New York’s New Dramatist, studying under noted playwrights August Wilson and Charles Oyamo Gordon. His play “Don’t Explain” was first produced at NYC’s famed Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe. The drama, based on the death of trumpeter Lee Morgan, received multiple AUDELCO Awards, including best play and playwright. Samuel was also awarded The Arts Council of Rockland County Executive Award for Literary Artist.
Samuel is the artistic director of Shades Repertory Theater.