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THOM FOGARTY (1955 - )
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Thom Fogarty, born 16 May 1955, has been active in NYC's downtown theater since 1977, appearing in dance (Tim Buckley, Jane Comfort, Kinematic, Ping Chong, Tamar Rogoff, Alice Farley, Outrabanda among many others) and theatre productions, and creating works with Joseph Chaikin (The Open Theater), Paul Zimet (The Talking Band), Judson Poets Theater, DV8 Physical Theatre (London), and H.M. Koutoukas ("Dead at Sea," based on Mr. Koutoukas' journal entries). He has taught movement and performance throughout the U.S. and Europe. Since changing his focus to directing in 2011 he has directed: Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl (The Bridge NYC); Bad Connections? by Michael Levesque (Edmonton, Hollywood, Orlando, Toronto, Santa Cruz and Vancouver Fringe Festivals) ; Cross Hatch (staged reading at Judson Church) by Peter Mercurio; Hell Is Where The Heart Is (Gene Frankel Theater), by Melissa Skirboll for the Planet Connections Festival (which received 3 nominations for acting, as well as his win for Outstanding Lighting Design); In The Name Of God by Peter Cohen (Judson Church, NYC); Desdemona by Paula Vogel (The Bridge, NYC); Being Heard by Lulu Fogarty (Dixon Place, United Solo Festival, Theater Row NYC and Syracuse University); and 10 Tall Tales About The Men I Love (which he adapted from a short story by Ronn Smith). He directed the critically acclaimed World Premieres of Steven Fechter's The Artifacts and The Mentee. He has directed the cabaret shows of TIPSY! And MargOH! Sings the Booze for MargOH! Channing He is an Associate Member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and the Drama League.
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Ten Tall Tales About the Men I Love
This "walkabout" production, based on Ronn Smith's short story collection and Thom Fogarty's reimagining for the stage, is a series of 10 overlapping scenes for 10 characters in the time of AIDS dealing with love, loss and life. Performances are free, no reservations are required.
The Loft at Judson Church, 55 Washington Square South 24 Feb 2012
360 Repertory Company
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