Tsiambwom Akuchu is a performance artist based in Atlanta, Ga.
His theatrical work focuses on the body as a meaningful and expressive tool for the actor that challenges conventional approaches to movement on stage. This is supported by his training in multiple acting techniques, physical theatre, Commedia and various dance forms including hip-hop and contact improvisation. He holds an MFA in Acting.
As a hip-hop artist, he choreographs and creates work for the concert stage that utilizes hip-hop and black vernacular dance blended with classical, modern and post-modern dance that creates deeply personal work rooted in his culture as a Cameroonian native and his experiences in the United States. His work has been featured in festivals at the Kennedy Center and The Public Theatre.
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