Robert Stava Book Signing

Welcome back to the village of Wyvern Falls, here along the Hudson in that sleepy region with the witching influence in the air. This second novel in the 'Hudson Horror Series', 'The Feast of Saint Anne' brings you not one but four terrifying tales of the supernatural set in their yearly carnival: In "The Red Baron's Daughter" two boys get more history than they bargained for when a Fortune Teller draws them into the web of a monster with its origins in the deadly skies of the Western Front, circa 1918. Can CID detective John Easton save them from an even grimmer fate? With 'The Lonely Dancers' an upcoming band finally show up for their gig - thirty years after they were killed in a tragic accident. Will local musician Nick Carr unravel this murder mystery or is he doomed to relive their tale? The third story, "Lorenzo King and the Dunderberg Imp" takes a new spin on an old Washington Irving classic when a failing New York media hound finds himself in the worst, and deadliest, assignment of his life. But can he outwit this much nastier version of Irving's river goblin and show everyone who the King really is? And in the final tale, "Hey Dummy!" local Art Director Jim Franks and his girlfriend cross paths with what appears to be an old-fashioned vaudeville act. Only neither ventriloquist nor dummy are what they seem and the answer to their awful secret lies over sixty years in the past with a New Guinea witchdoctor... Four tales. One hair-raising novel. The Feast of Saint Anne.

Living Art Event

Gallery tours will stop in front of specified artworks as WCT actors perform plays inspired by the particular piece. 

The exhibit space will display numerous artworks for viewing. Plays will be performed for six of them.

WCT member Michael Thomas Cain is directing all plays in this event.

There will be 4 hour-long tours at: 12pm, 1:30pm, 3pm, and 4:30pm

There will also be a reception with the artists, playwrights, & actors at 5:30pm

"A Lively Discourse"

Join OAC members, Ed Malsberg and Jerry Smath for a rousing round-table discussion. The topic this month: "What Makes Art Controversial?"

Sunday, November 10th  4 - 6 PM at the Steamer Firehouse Gallery, 117 Main Street, Ossining, New York

At Left: Jeff Koons "Michael Jackson and Bubbles" 1988