Sonnets are fun to read! If you'd like to participate, just show up at The Inwood Library on any of the 4 dates listed above. There are no auditions for this - it's a free, open event for everybody. When you arrive, look for the stack of sonnets. The sonnets will be printed on individual pages - and we'll be reciting the sonnets in order. So just take a page off the stack - that will be your sonnet number and your order in the line-up. Once you finish a sonnet, you can take another sonnet off the stack to read. We're also very excited about the promo Arlene Schulman shot for the Sonnet Slam. YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs4c5JovfY0
MoonBeam.Net productions, in conjunction with the
New York Public Library
A Free Reading Series Celebrating the Diversity of Upper Manhattan.
Executive Producer and Resident Composer: Donna Kendall Stearns
Artistic Director: Jason Kendall
Part of the artistic landscape of northern Manhattan since 2004, we are proud of our little neighborhood. But, even if you don't live nearby, we invite you to come listen, see why our neighborhood is great, or even audition! Inwood is the neighborhood of Manhattan at the very northern tip. After the reading, you can walk across the street and go up to The Cloisters and enjoy the world's premier collection of Mediaeval art right in the middle of historic Fort Tryon Park. You can also take in a baseball game in Inwood Park, where local teams are scouted by the Minors. After the game, you can go visit Lucy, the white swan who lives in the inlet where the Hudson and Harlem rivers meet. Good dining is popping up in our neighborhood, and it's worth the trip. There is a lot to do up in this great neighborhood and it is all good.