THE QUIET EXECUTION OF FRANK L. TEAL
Based on interviews, letters and the investigation into the unsolved murder of surveyor Frank Teal.
written by Jeremy Davidson, produced and directed by Mary Stuart Masterson & Jeremy Davidson / produced by Tricia Reed / projection design by David Szlasa/ sound design by Seth Chrisman / in association with Historic Red Hook
The Kept Private
Based on an Earth Science survey of the African American burial grounds in Rhinebeck, historical documents, conversations about race in our communities, and the 1834 Revolutionary War pension application of a 93 year old black farmer from Milan named Andrew Frazier.
Directed by: Carl Cofield / Written by: Jeremy Davidson / Projection Design by: Rasean Davonte Johnson / Sound Design by: Elisheba Ittoop
***This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program from the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts-Mid Hudson.
A diverse group of Organic Farmers from the Hudson Valley weigh in on the future of our food.
Farms include: The Denison Family Farm, Schagticoke, NY; The Hudson Valley Seed Library, Accord, NY; Soul Fire Farm, Grafton, NY; Tello's Green Eggs, Coxsackie, NY; Green Goats Farm, Red Hook, NY and Northwind Farm, Tivoli, NY.
the little things
One family's battle with Lyme Disease.
Based on conversations with The Elone Family of Poughkeepsie, NY.
"Tender art that makes the private public in the best way." - Bestselling author Julia Glass, National Book Award Winner for "Three Junes"
"Beautifully staged & written. Bravo." - Lyme specialist Dr. Richard Horowitz, author of "Why Can't I Get Better"