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Suzanna Cramer, "Endure/Thrive" + Readings from "The Woodstock Flaneur"
The Daily Word Project—Endure and Thrive, read by the author - Suzanna Cramer
On January 20, 2017, Suzanna began to post one word each day to help promote positivity on social media during an anticipated tumultuous administration. “Endure and Thrive” draws from some of the news items during the first 100 days of the current administration, peppered with Suzanna’s personal sentiments and experiences, that reflect the issues making the headlines. Suzanna is currently writing a book that focuses on the first year of this administration.
Suzanna Cramer, (Writer, Actress)
Suzanna has lived in the Woodstock area for the last 18 years. She has two children, and is married to artist Michael Hunt. She has been a writer for many years—her focus is on stage plays.
Miranda Haydn (Director) trained as an actress, singer and as a Music Together teacher in New York City. Since moved to the Hudson Valley in 2004, she continues teaching music to young children. She has played a variety of roles in local shows. This is her first time directing a theatrical piece.
The Woodstock Flaneur by Michael Perkins, read by Will Nixon and Michael Hunt
A portrait of the town of Woodstock, N.Y. from the 1970s through today as seen from the village green, art openings, the local bars, anywhere Michael Perkins has met interesting people.
Will Nixon, (Reader, Writer, Editor)
Will is co-author with Michael Perkins of Walking Woodstock: Journeys into the Wild Heart of America's Most Famous Small Town and The Pocket Guide to Woodstock. He edited The Woodstock Flaneur by Michael Perkins.
Michael Hunt, (Reader, Visual Artist)
Michael is a visual artist and President of The Friends of the Woodstock Library. He lives in Woodstock with his wife, Suzanna and their two children.
New Genesis Productions, a local non-profit theatre company known in the area for its youth theatre programs, is proud to be sponsoring the 2nd in a series of PopUp Play Readings having relevance to current issues through classic and new plays.