Joey Kipp ’10 and Faculty Philip Trevino Are Part of ‘My name’sound’ Performance at BRIC
Philip Trevino, Technical Director and Professor, is the designer and dramaturge for the performance of ‘My name’sound.’ He’s a Chicano/Latinx and LGBTQ artist, NYSCA individual artist (2021), a 2010 BESSIE recipient for the design of Pam Tanowitz’ Be In The Grey With Me, and 2014 Outstanding Production BESSIE for Camille A. Brown’s Mr. Tol E. Rance. Other credits include work with Jenn Freeman, Kymera Dance, Catherine Cabeen, and Brian Brooks Company.
The ‘My name’sound’ is a performance and video inspired by “The Creative Process”, radical writer James Baldwin’s Artist Manifesto, reflecting on creative agency, censorship, and isolation. Catch Philip and Joey in being part of ‘My name’sound’ this April.
Congratulations Joey and Philip!