Two Roads Performance Projects was founded by Wanda Strukus and Kyna Hamill to support the creation of public art and site-specific and environmentally based performance. Collectively, Kyna and Wanda have produced, created, and facilitated over 50 theater, dance and movement-based productions.
Wanda Strukus’s theater and dance projects have appeared in theaters, galleries, parks and abandoned buildings throughout New England, and she has collaborated with The Revolving Museum, The Yellow Springs Theater Company, Shakespeare in the Valley, Artists for World Peace, Riverside Theatre Works, Another Country, Chamber Theatre Productions, Salem Theater Company, Babes with Blades, Chicago Women’s Theatre Alliance, Theatre Kapow, and others. Learn more about Wanda.
Kyna has studied stage fighting with Fight Director’s Canada and Tony Wolf. She attended Antonio Fava’s commedia dell’arte school in Regio Emilia, Italy, and has danced with Daniel McCusker at Tufts. Recent projects include performing in “Game for 6 Dancers & 70 Books” (choreographed by Wanda), fight choreography for Tufts’ production of Kiss Me Kate, and an outdoor, site-specific production of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon on BU Beach (co-directed with Wanda). Learn more about Kyna.