SCDT RESIDENCY SUMMER 2019
Tatyana Tenenbaum grew up doing community musical theater in the hills of Western Massachusetts. She is the daughter of a fiber artist, granddaughter of Broadway producers, and great-granddaughter of Hungarian and Ukrainian Jewish immigrants who settled in New York City/Lenapehoking. For the past 10 years she has lived in New York City and performed/collaborated with Yoshiko Chuma, Daria Faïn, Jennifer Monson, Levi Gonzalez, Emily Johnson/CATALYST, Andy Luo & lily bo shapiro, Hadar Ahuvia, and Juliana May. Her work has been presented by Danspace Project, where most recently she co-curated collective terrain/s with Jasmine Hearn and Lydia Bell; as well The Chocolate Factory, New York Live Arts, AUNTS, The Watermill Center, Roulette Intermedium, and Temple University, among others. She was a 2017-18 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence.
As part of her residency at SCDT, Tatyana offered a workshop, Singing The Fulcrum, and presented work TIDAL with collaborators Marisa Clementi, Pareena Lim, Rebeca Medina, Emily Moore, and Jules Skloot.
"It was an absolute dream to be a guest at SCDT. I loved sharing my practice through the workshop and class. Even though both were small, everyone was engaged and it was generative for me. The showing was magical. I wish we could have done another."
WRITING ABOUT TIDAL BY HUANG BANYI & TINGYING MA
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