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Artists in Motion: Quarantine Edition

A Digital Performance Opportunity

“Do you have an art form that you wanna show? BRING WHAT YOU’VE GOT!”
Seeking SONGWRITERS! SINGERS! DANCERS! ACTORS! WRITERS! MUSICIANS! to create a SHARE of TALENT and INTENT—Virtual Style—curated by NYC based Director/Choreographer/Digital Film creative ROMMY SANDHU and Music Director/Logic Pro Arranger SEAN PATRICK CAMERON. 

 

Program Description

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Club Mosaic was founded in 2013 at Marymount Manhattan College by Brian Fender Shirley and a group of progressive students interested in providing unique performance opportunities for ALL members of our community. 
The annual ARTISTS IN MOTION VARIETY SHOW in the Regina Peruggi Room presented a memorable showcase for every kind of talent. It’s imperative in times of transformation to be the creative change-makers we are!
In the words of past CLUB MOSAIC President Ramon Guzman: 
“Do you have an art form that you wanna show? 
BRING WHAT YOU’VE GOT!”

Curators

Rommy Sandhu is a New York City-based director and choreographer. He has been directing, choreographing, and performing across the country for 20+ years, including as Dance Captain to Tony Award-winning director/choreographers Kathleen Marshall, Susan Stroman, and Matthew Bourne.

As a young boy, Rommy was “bit” by the performing bug while performing with the Albany Civic Theater in Oregon. When his family moved to California, his passion for the theatre continued to grow. A mix of Punjabi-Indian and Scottish/Irish/German-American roots, Rommy trained in every style of dance he could find. He worked his way across the regional theater landscape culminating in 11 Broadway shows and National Tours.

Group shot of Club Mosaic participants In New York City, Rommy directed and/or choreographed Make Mine Manhattan (Connelly Theater), Peace, Love and Cupcakes (The Acorn), How Now Dow Jones (Minetta Lane), Platinum (Lucille Lortel), The Adventures of Jack Price (The Corrican Theater), Christmas Eve w/ Christmas Eve (starring Ann Harada), and opening numbers for the Gypsy of The Year and Easter Bonnet benefits. Selected as a Dancebreak “Choreographer to Watch”, Rommy’s regional directing and/or choreography credits include Singing In The Rain (starring Corbin Bleu) at The MUNY, The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Tuacahn, Funny Thing…Forum at GEVA and the US regional premiers of Mary Poppins and Sister Act. Additionally, he was Associate Choreographer for Broadway’s The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (starring Kristin Bell), and NY City Center Encores! productions of Bells are Ringing, Applause, and Associate Director for Little Shop of Horrors (starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Ellen Greene), Unsinkable Molly Brown (Associate Director/Choreographer to Kathleen Marshall) at The MUNY and The Denver Center, Delaware Theater Company’s DINER the Musical (Associate Director/Choreographer to Kathleen Marshall).

 Sean Patrick Cameron is an Ohio born pianist, conductor, & music director who lives and performs in New York City. He attended the College Conservatory of Music (CCM) at the University of Cincinnati on full scholarship as a Cincinnatus Scholar, earning dual degrees in Music Education and Performance.

Sean was the associate music director and pianist for the 2018 U.S. and Japanese tour of A Club Mosaic Photo 2 Chorus Line, directed and choreographed by Baayork Lee. And upon returning from Japan, he spent the holiday season traveling across the country as music director and conductor for the NETworks touring production of Elf The Musical. Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor and staff music director at Marymount Manhattan College. He has previously music directed for the National Asian Artists Project Broadway Community Chorus and Keanstage at Kean University.

Program Dates and Cost

All rehearsals on ZOOM and FaceTime. The final performance will be generated on FaceBook LIVE!
Dates and Time
Rehearsals: July 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30.
Meeting time: 2:30pm to 5:30pm EST
Cost
Participant Fee: $850.00 This is a zero credit offering open to current Theatre Majors and Alums of Marymount Manhattan College.

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