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Ella Loudon : Furgary Fishing Village

Exploring The Forgery Fishing Village in Hudson, NY with Actress 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.

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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"

Artist : Tanisha Christie
Location : The Brooklyn Arts Exchange

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Dearly Beloved : A Tribute To Purple Rain

Jacob Langfelder's Broadway the Hardway along with two-time TONY and GRAMMY nominated producer Michael J. Moritz Jr. (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, On The Town, Big Fish, A Night With Janis Joplin) present a one night only encore performance of DEARLY BELOVED... A Concert Tribute to Purple Rain.

The concert experience will star Tony Award Nominee, Drama Desk Winner and film star Robin De Jesus (In The Heights, La Cage Aux Folles, Camp) alongside Grammy nominee and Tony Award winner, Lena Hall (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Kinky Boots), E. Clayton Cornelious (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Kinky Boots, A Chorus Line) and Ariel Bellvalaire. Michael J. Moritz Jr. will music direct the evening and all proceeds for the show will benefit Arts for All. 
 

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Reveal : An Ongoing Series

"As you will experience over the course of this Series, a few changes can alter our entire perception of where a woman can live on the creative spectrum. REVEAL is a celebration of how multifaceted women can be in their own God-given skin. We hope to demonstrate a small glimpse of what is hidden and unseen by revealing the unexpected in a variety of women" Elizabeth A. Davis

Concept by Elizabeth Davis
Photography & Art Direction by JD Urban
Wigs by Leah Loukas
Location : Classic Stage Company

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Bloom

Why should I be unhappy? Every parcel of my being is in full bloom - Rumi
 

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