It’s never a dull moment. There’s a diversity of events this week!
Last weekend, I attended the Third Annual Cyndy Hall Memorial Concert at the Claverack Free Library with performances by Jay Shulman on cello and Carol Anderson on piano.
It was a beautiful concert. In between pieces, Jay gave a little music history and background.
From the classical concert on Saturday, I drove down to Poughkeepsie to see the Lady Bunny performing at The Academy in Poughkeepsie, sponsored by OutLoud Hudson Valley.
The two were very different performances!
The Lady Bunny is popular for starting Wigstock in Tompkins Square Park in the East Village back in the early 90s. Lady Bunny just turned 60, or as she says, “Sixty is the new Eighty!”
“I’ll take what I can get at my age! I don’t care.”
One day her father saw her in drag and asked, “What are you doing in that dress? ….it’s mine!”
In an effort to keep this website somewhat family-friendly, I had to edit down this clip. I could barely get ten (PG-13) seconds!
On Thursday evening, I attended the preview of Invitation for a March
The initial production was on Broadway in 1960, starring Jane Fonda. Read more here.
This past Wednesday, I attended the Planned Parenthood benefit at The Maker.
I almost made it to the No Ring Circus performance at Hudson Brewing Company, but it was sold out! Next time they have a show, get tickets early. Here are some pics, by Kris Mae. It looked like a great time!
The Hudson Farmers’ Market starts up again – indoors at the Elks Lodge on Harry Howard. I will not be there. February, people are still on their diets. But, by March, the best laid plans go astray, and I’ll be back to selling cookies.
See you around town!
State between 3/4. Heat & Garage inc. W/D in unit. Pets OK. 2nd Fl.
More pics here.
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