Filmmaker and theater director Arnold Barkus has directed two feature films and numerous theater pieces. His most recent feature, funded by Canal Plus, Tempête Dans Un Verre d¹Eau was theatrically released in France, and in festivals worldwide. The DeMarco Foundation opened the door for his first theater work, for which, he directed an original piece at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He has been based in New York for the past 3 years, where he has directed two Theater Ten Thousand productions: The Gnädiges Fräulein by Tennessee Williams at the Ohio Theater In Theater Magazine "pick of the week". And "Honey and Boyd", at Present Company Theatorium. In March 2001, Barkus and Distler teamed up on a performance piece for the Peoples Poetry Gathering at Dixon Place. Since then he's been a key player on the CCi dream team as director of CCi's Non Sequitur and Solo Flights festivals.
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