New York Stage and Film Announces Powerhouse Theater Season

New York Stage and Film Announces Powerhouse Theater Season

Part of “Late Night at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center”)

A devised performance about how we pay attention, created for the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center by Tomi Tsunoda with members of the Apprentice Company.  The performance is created in part through the language of Soundpainting, the multidisciplinary sign language used for live composition, created by Walter Thompson.

Performances of the Classics:

At the Vassar Farm & Ecological Preserve (rain location: Matthew’s Mug, College Center, Main Building)

Tomi is a multi-disciplinary artist. Her projects include internet media, live performance, installation art, music composition, video editing, graphic design, literature, knitting, bookmaking, cooking, and bath & body products. She has been performing as a singer, actor, and visual artist with The Walter Thompson Orchestra since 1998, The New York Soundpainting Orchestra since 2005, and has been working as a Soundpainting composer with her own theater ensembles since 2000. Tomi studied directing, acting, design, writing, and music composition at New York University where she graduated with an award for Outstanding Achievement. She teaches Directing, Soundpainting, Composition, and Creating Original Work at NYU’s Playwrights Horizons Theatre School & Vassar College’s Powerhouse Apprentice Program, and was a Program Director and teacher for the Harlem Educational Activities Fund. Tomi is the Creative Director and founder of Breedingground Productions, a collective of independent artists, with whom she has helped to developed more than 100 projects across all creative disciplines since August 2000.

Event Venue : The Powerhouse Theater

Event Date : July 4, 11, 18, 25

Event Time : 6pm

Call : (845) 437-5907

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New York Stage and Film Announces Powerhouse Theater Season
Event Category: Galleries Art
When: January 1, 1970
Time: 6:00am - 12:00pm
Where: The Powerhouse Theater
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