Bringing Our Community Together One Film at a Time

Thursday, February 15, at 6:30 pm:

Ossining Library’s Budarz Theater: 53 Croton Ave, Ossining, NY 10562

Soundtrack for a Revolution

Our Panelists:

Yolanda F. Johnson
Soprano, Composer, Change Agent

Yolanda is a performing artist, an educator, and a supporter of the arts.  She performs opera, concert, oratorio, and sacred music nationally and internationally, and is a recitalist/lecturer on Spirituals of the Underground Railroad and other subjects.

She starred in Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed that Line to Freedom, Clarence and Anita, and Cendrillon.

Yolanda is Music Director at First Baptist Church of Tarrytown and serves as a Board Member for the Foundation for Post-Conflict Development, and for Women in Development, New York.


KJ Denhert
Jazz & Folk Vocalist, Songwriter

KJ’s special blend of urban folk & jazz will move you to laugh, to dance, and even to cry. She performs and records constantly, has received many prestigious awards, appeared at scores of festivals, and is a regular in many well-loved establishments.

KJ was the first US citizen in her small Grenadian family and picked up her first guitar at ten. She toured with an all-female band called Fire, started the Mother Cyclone label, then formed the NY Unit, a group she still performs with. KJ performs to adoring audiences locally, nationally, and globally.



Elsa Waithe
Comedian, Activist

Elsa is a comedian and activist from Norfolk, VA now residing in Brooklyn, NY. Elsa’s comedy is a mix of critical but lighthearted jabs at homosexuality and race. Elsa’s work has been featured in AM NY, New York Post, NPR’s This American Life, Gold Comedy, and In her This American Life segment her story of “The Heart Wants What It Wants” begins at a Black Lives Matter protest in Grand Central Station.

She started a monthly showcase in Brooklyn called Affirmative Laughter which spotlights groups “underrepresented in comedy.”

 “In feature films the director is God; in documentary films, God is the director.”  ~Alfred Hitchcock

It is our mission to bring our community together to watch, enjoy and engage in conversations about documentaries.

We choose documentaries we hope will open our eyes collectively to issues that are important to our lives in Ossining.

At these free screenings, we will have a panel of experts available to answer questions and facilitate our discussion.

We hope that the issues raised in the documentary will encourage the viewers to ask questions and seek out ways to make a difference in Ossining and in The World.  Please check our schedule and mark your calendars for our upcoming screenings.

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