Portraits : Ariana DeBose : Cloak No Dagger

Cloak and ring by Vivienne Westwood
Provided by Kasuri NY

Ariana DeBose : Addicted To Love Cabaret At Birdland Jazz Club (BTS)

I’m a process junkie. I love watching people create. This past week I had the pleasure of watching Ariana DeBose in process. She was rehearsing for her show “Addicted to Love” at  Birdland Jazz Club. What I witnessed was someone who has a keen understanding of collaboration. The room was full of joy, the kind that can only be created by people who come together to create something out of love.

His Name's Not Indian Joe : Davenport Theater

A beautiful young Texas woman and a homeless Native American man strike up an unexpected friendship in this developmental production of an original musical by Elizabeth A. Davis (Once). Davis and Robert Salas play the lead roles, directed by Emmy winner Don Scardino (30 Rock).

Dust Bowl Faeries : Vampire Tango Video Shoot (Behind The Scenes)

Bathtub : Hudson, New York

“Bathtub is an iterative multimedia performance installation event of radical intimacy and surrender by inviting an audience to experience a bath with a Black woman.In this iteration the audience will view the installation in process with her collaborator JD Urban. Second Ward’s laboratory environment provides time for the artist to explore ritual and shrine making.”

[R]evolution is Uncomfortable, Portraits : ELLA LOUDON

Ella Loudon : Furgary Fishing Village

Exploring The Forgery Fishing Village in Hudson, NY with Actor Ella Loudon

History
The Furgary is also sometimes called the North Dock Tin Boat Association, Shantytown or just The Shacks. It’s a collection of seventeen small shacks—some of which likely date back to the late 1800s—right at the mouth of Hudson’s North Bay, where it meets the Hudson River. They are a long stone’s throw from the northern end of the Terrace Apartments, next to the new community garden, at the corner of Dock and Front streets. The shacks were primarily used as fishing and hunting getaways until the city of Hudson, through its police force, evicted the members in the summer of 2012. The city has not maintained the shacks in the three years since the eviction and the Hudson Common Council has been taking serious steps toward having the shacks demolished.

Lance Horne : Joe's Pub

Bathtub : My Skin As Witness

"Bathtub : My Skin As Witness" is "an iterative multimedia performance installation event of radical intimacy and surrender by inviting an audience to experience a bath with a Black woman"

Indian Joe : A Musical [Barnard College Presentation]

For more information about Indian Joe : A Musical , please visit www.indianjoethemusical.com