Jon Levin
Jon Levin
Performer, Director, Puppeteer, Theater-maker

Jon Levin

Performer, Director, Puppeteer, theater-maker

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[Levin] holds the audience in the palm of his hand
— The New York Times (A Hunger Artist)
 

In Development:

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Jan 2019, Jon is beginning to develop MornTim.es, a new work of theater inspired by modern technology and Chaplin’s classic film Modern Times. He’ll be collaborating with a ridiculously talented team of performers including Lucy Shelby, Danny Gardner, Tamar Korn, Teddy Yudain, Regan Sims and Marissa Molnar. We will be performing a work-in-progress segment as part of Little Theatre at Dixon Place on April 8th at 7pm. Tickets will be available here.

Then:

 
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May 2019, Jon is thrilled to be returning to returns to Vårscenefest, this time with A Hunger Artist, and the rest of the Sinking Ship crew. Tromsø is the largest city in northern Norway, and will be the first time we perform the show above the arctic circle! Tickets will be available here.

JON LEVIN is a Brooklyn-based director, performer, puppeteer and Co-Artistic Director of Sinking Ship Productions. Most recently Jon performed and co-created Kafka’s A Hunger Artist for which he was Nominated for two Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Solo Performance and Outstanding Puppet Design at the Connelly Theatre and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Lustrum Award for Excellence, Summerhall). Directing credits include Powerhouse at the New Ohio Theatre (NYTimes Critics Pick) in 2014, and There Will Come Soft Rains at FringeNYC (Excellence Award for Outstanding Direction). Jon is also a founding member of the the Krumple Theatre Company, based in Oslo, Norway, with whom he continues to create and perform throughout Norway and beyond.