Natasha Tsakos, a Greek artist from Geneva, enjoyed opening the RETHINK G20 Summit in Los Cabos Mexico, with her multimedia performance CLIMAX and said she was thrilled to return to Mexico with her team to show her new creation called O M E N .
O M E N is a live show sprinting through 50,000 million years of history in 20:12 minutes, following a character who loses his head. Packed with facts, fiction, data, gaga: O M E N is an interactive theatrical roller coaster integrating 3D mapping on stage.
Commissioned by Miami Light Project, O M E N premiered February 2012 at The Lightbox at Goldman Warehouse followed by a run at The Fillmore for Sustainatopia Awards. O M E N will be playing this week at the XVII Festival Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo at the Teatro Manuel Doble, with the exclusive participation of 12 performers from Cuidad de Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.
From television, film, voice dubbing, writing, teaching, to the near endless list of Tsakos’ accomplishments, Tsakos has shown she is a woman of ambition and drive. She has 200 acting credits, written 12 original works, and directed 30 plays.
XVII Festival Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo
Teatro Manuel Doblado
AUGUST 31st 2012, 6:00pm & 8:00pm
Leon, Guanajuato MEXICO
Watch excerpts of the show here www.youtube.com
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