This weekend is a very busy one for me. Starting Friday night i expect to get a working draft from Creative Unity of the AudioDrama we will present on the 25th. At midday on Saturday i'll be meeting with my Theatre Company partner to further dramaturge the Opera we are working on...later that night i'm looking forward to meeting about the marketing of the AudioDrama.
Distribute freely to all who may be interested.
No response needed for this communique; Show up at prescribed time(s) and join me...if you will.
Participants can join and/or leave the walk at any point along the path.
Join in a Silent Walk (stroll) down the Westside of Manhattan
- from Fort Washington Park at Riverside walkway - entrance 158th Street at Henry Hudson Parkway , Down the Westside to Murray Street overto Liberty Square at Zuccotti Park...The (Occupy Wall Street) Movement's epicenter for the world-wide movement of planetary alteration(s) concerning Human Economic (and other) conditions.
Sunday, November 13th beginning at Noon.
There will be a half hour stretch at 11:30am
5 to 6 hour Silent walk down Manhattan Waterfront Greenway path
Signs and such...:
Participants (Silent Walkers/Strollers) can bring: Signs for silence; for Economic Justice
Estimated times of arrival after 12:00 noon start at 158th Street:
1:00pm - St Clair Place (125th Street)
2:30pm - 79th Street Boat Basin
3:00pm - 66th Street Rest Stop
4:00pm - 42nd Street
5:00pm - West Houston Street
6:00pm - Murray Street
6:30pm - Liberty Square
-- Note: I will begin my silence after making a salute in front of the North Presbyterian Church activities center at 155th Street between Amsterdam and Broadway (Harlem's Sugar Hill)... this is where the New York City Mission Cadet Corps was housed; and where i came of 'manly' age after "crossing the burning sands" at the age of 15. I will hold the silence throughout the walk/stroll; even as i pass the Liberty Square site, until reaching the current base of WBAI (the radio outlet which helped me to developed my style of AudioDrama) at 120 Wall Street...where my silence will be broken.
"I follow no one; and i seek no followers."