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Adventures with Luane


Adventures with Luane



Luane Davis, a stranger to me until 1997, appeared one day in an office almost opposite mine on the second floor of the LBJ Building (named after the United States President Lyndon Baines Johnson) at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) in Rochester, NY. My life has changed beyond imagining since that day.

Here you can read stories and see pictures about what has happened to us since we met. With a cast of Deaf and hearing students, faculty and staff from NTID, we have taken a Shakespeare play, THE TEMPEST, to 42nd. Street in New York City; have travelled to Paris and Rome, and have run many road races, including the famed Utica Boilermaker 15K in Utica, NY.

We have found that we both have so many shared interests that we are amazed. Acting, theater, music, dancing, sign language, literature and travel are but a few of the areas that fascinate us both. When we met, Luane did not have the same love of fitness that I did; but that was matched by my lack of experience in theater, her chosen profession. We continue to try to mesh these divergent interests, and we both love learning to enjoy the other's passions.

You are invited to come in and see some of the wonders that we have found with each other since that fall quarter day on the second floor of the LBJ Building in September, 1997.

Poetry in Motion
Paris, 2000

American Sign Language (ASL)Cafe

Lute Song
Rome, 2001
Eye Music
The Emperor Jones
The wedding
London, 2002
Audience Member
Interborough Repertory Theater (IRT)
Masquerade Ball, 2004