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Kym Longhi

Artistic Partner

MB Adaptors Company

HQ Phone:  (845) 423-2003

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MB Adaptors Company

P.O. Box 6

Barryville, New York, 12719

United States

Company Description

The company offers residencies worldwide that range from master classes to extensive performance residencies where company members work alongside students to create new groundbreaking works and/or perform repertory productions. ...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

University of Minnesota, theatre arts and


Consultant and Filming, Editing

JP Productions Limited


Freelance Actor, Costume and Makeup Design

Off-Leash Area


Director of Education and Outreach

Margolis Brown Company


Affiliations

Actors Lab Arizona

Company Member


Web References(16 Total References)


MB Adaptors Ensemble

Her first Margolis Method class, taught by Kym Longhi, forever transformed her understanding of theater.
She eventually relocated to Highland, NY in 2008 to train full time and became certified in 2011. She helped create the company's latest production Pulling Strings and assisted Kari at the Kennedy Center ACTF in 2012. She currently resides in Astoria, NY where she is part of the crew of the Off Broadway show Fuerza Bruta and is excited to be a part of Margolis Method's Actor Training Revolution!


MB Adaptors Ensemble

Her first Margolis Method class, taught by Kym Longhi, forever transformed her understanding of theater.
She eventually relocated to Highland, NY in 2008 to train full time and became certified in 2011. She helped create the company's latest production Pulling Strings and assisted Kari at the Kennedy Center ACTF in 2012. She currently resides in Astoria, NY where she is part of the crew of the Off Broadway show Fuerza Bruta and is excited to be a part of Margolis Method's Actor Training Revolution!


http://www.margolisbrownadaptors.org/about_bios_artistic_partners.htm

Kym Longhi
Kym is a multidisciplinary artist who has cultivated her artistic vision through eighteen years of work in the theater: performing, directing and writing. Her performing experience encompasses classical theater, experimental theater, mime and dance. Kym began her career as a company member with Actors Lab Arizona, and worked extensively with their touring and artist-in-the-schools programs. Kym pursued intensive acting training with Kari Margolis for over ten years and now teaches at the Margolis Method Center, the University of Minnesota and at residencies. As a featured performer with Margolis Brown ADAPTORS Company, Ms Longhi has participated in the development of THE BED EXPERIMENT, THE HUMAN SHOW, VANISHING POINT, VIDPIRES! and STARRY MESSENGER. She is active in the Twin Cities vibrant theatre community as an actor and director with recent projects including CORIOLANUS (Flaneur Productions) and BORDER CROSSING (Off-Leash Area).


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Script Rachel Nelson and Kym Longhi
Directed by Kym Longhi Photographic video sequences by Kym Longhi Kym Longhi (director/dramaturg, videographer, script) Kym's passion is creating highly physical theatrical work through a collaborative process. As a core member of Margolis Brown Theater Company's (MBTC) ensemble since 1995, she has created and performed in all of their work including: Vidpires!, Vanishing Point, The Bed Experiment, American Safari, Sleepwalkers and The Human Show. Most recently she appeared in Off-Leash Area's Border Crossing, with Flaneur Productions in Coriolanus, and in Skewed Visions' Jasper Johns. Kym also teaches acting at the University of Minnesota.


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Kym Longhi, Visual Artist, Dancer & Actor
As a multidisciplinary artist, Kym is fascinated by the connection between art and the body. Her work ranges from performing physical theater to creating sculpture from beads - and she has performed and exhibited nationally and internationally. Kym cultivated her artistic vision through 25 years of creating and performing work in the theater, and since 1998, extended her sensibilities to creating visual works of art. Her performing experience encompasses classical speaking theater, experimental theater, mime and dance. Currently Kym is working with Off Leash Area on their new work, Ivan the Drunk and his Terrible Tale of Woe. Kym has served as affiliate faculty for the University of Minnesota's theatre program since 2001, where she teaches a physical approach to acting. In visual arts, her design commissions for the theater include costumes for "Papier-mâché Cabaret" and puppets, masks and a full size theater curtain made of sleepwear for MBTC's Sleepwalkers. Her beadwork has been exhibited in regional, national and international exhibits including "Alchemy o Amulets o Altars" at the Phipps and "The Audacious Bead" at the Bead Museum in Washington D.C. She received "best in show" in "The Beaded Figure IV" which opened at the Museum of Art and Design in New York in April 2005 and toured nationally until 2006. Kym was exhibited as a finalist in Beaded Dreams 2006, and in 2007 her beadwork toured Japan and was exhibited in the Hakone's prestigious open-air museum.


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