A Bit About Us
SoundingLine Arts was founded in 2011 by Int’l award-winning director | writer | choreographer, Bronwen Carson, with a vision to build bridges, illuminate potential pathways out of inter-personal or societal conflicts, and inspire audiences towards acts of courage and kindness in their own lives. SoundingLine combines large scale installation art with somatic movement, physical theatre, written and spoken word, Butoh, Kabuki, and Puppetry.
SoundingLine Arts works have performed at NYU, Skirball Theater, Mark Morris Dance Group, The Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, The Connelly Theatre, The Director’s Lab at The Actors Studio, Irondale, The Gloria Maddox Theatre, and The Ailey Center. Recent works include “Dust”, a slow, sepia-toned glimpse at the crushing exhaustion of poverty, performed at Symphony Space in NYC, and “The Man Who Laughs”, a theatrical staging of a silent film at The Treehouse Theatre in NYC which utilized clowning and whimsy to explore acts of cruelty, courage, and forgiveness.