After years of research as a psychologist, Stacey Radin brings us an empowering guide to cultivating confident, passionate and powerful young leaders during the most formative stage of life: the middle school years.
In I Left It on the Mountain, Kevin Sessums chronicles his early days in New York as an actor, his years working for Andy Warhol, nights of anonymous sex, his HIV positive diagnosis and his descent into addiction. And most importantly, how he found peace.
Rarely has a film captured the love of the movie going public in the way that The Sound of Music did. Now, Tom Santopietro has written the ultimate fan book with all the inside scoop with behind-the-scenes stories and new interviews.
Six-time Tony Award-winning producer Stewart Lane is joined by actress Leslie Uggams and author Tom Santopietro to discuss the inspiring account of the tumultuous path that black actors have traveled to reach recognition on the Great White Way.
The service of African Americans in defense of the Union during the Civil War required African-American nurses, doctors and surgeons to heal those soldiers. Author Heather Butts recounts the heroic lives and works of this medical community.
Deborah Voigt is here to discuss and sign her new biography. She will be joined in conversation by Opera News Features editor and New York Times award-winning author Brian Kellow. This event will include a performance. Please call for details.
Seth Grahame-Smith follows his beloved Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, with the story of vampire Henry Sturges. Henry goes on the road in a Kerouac-influenced trip as he tries to find renewed purpose in the wake of his good friend Lincoln's death.
Author Pamela Katz will read excerpts from her book, and several of Brecht and Weill's signature songs will be performed by Amy Burton and John Musto. Afterward, Katz will be in conversation with editor Gerald Howard.