Tony Bordonaro is a choreographer, director, and performer based in New York. Most notably, Tony performed in Punchdrunk’s hit show “Sleep No More” in New York and Shanghai. In 2017, he choreographed and performed in the Oscars® winning student film “Opera of Cruelty.” He has choreographed for commercials, film and theatre. His love for physical storytelling is the driving force behind his solo work and collaborations like “Passport” a performance art piece with Guggenheim fellow Robert Whitman and “CAMPFIRE” an immersive duet with Ingrid Kapteyn. He has a BFA in Dance Performance/Choreography from Rutgers University-Mason Gross School of the Arts. As a teaching artist he has taught dance technique and improvisation at both Rutgers and Long Island University.
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Tony Bordonaro and Ingrid Kapetyn are turning their live immersive production into a short film. Click here to learn more.