is artist Yehuda Duenyas.
He creates venues, experiences, productions, events, and systems that reenvision how audiences engage with live experience.
With an extensive background as a theater artist and director, he has custom-built numerous venues around NYC including a jewel-box theater in a downtown storefront, an indoor amusement-ride in a Brooklyn warehouse, and a scale model of an early 20th c. vaudeville theater in the basement of a deserted deli off Times Square.
He is currently conducting research in Electronic Arts at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he is developing a new body of interactive performance systems which fuse playful tropes of theater with experimental gaming, simulation, engineering, and
He is a founding member and co-artistic director of the multi award-winning collaborative The National Theater of the United States of America (ntusa.org).