Photo by Ethan Chia

Photo by Ethan Chia

WORLD WIDE LAB

Since 2012 Tali has performed many times (as a company and on individual projects) with the World Wide Lab, a collective of international Lincoln Center Director’s Lab directors committed to creating collaborative, director-driven work.  She first performed with the Lab at NYC’s Irondale Theater, and joined the Lab in 2015 in Syros, Greece where she and other actors assisted the directors in both devised and scripted theatre pieces.  Tali most recently traveled with the world Wide Lab to Taipei, Taiwan where they created and performed a site-specific theatre piece In Transit focused on the concept of trauma and healing.

 Photo by Dimitris Vamvakousis

Photo by Dimitris Vamvakousis

 Photo by Dimitris Vamvakousis

Photo by Dimitris Vamvakousis

IMPROBABLE STAGE

Tali joined New York City-based movement theatre company Improbable Stage in 2010 and continues to collaborate and create with them today.  She most recently starred in the title role of Titus in That Which Remains, Improbable Stage's devised adaptation of Titus Andronicus.  This ensemble-driven company is dedicated to creating intriguing, poignant theater through original, devised work and reimagined classics.  Improbable Stage has been featured in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and in NYC at the Wild Project, IRT Theater, Alvin Ailey and the Check Us Out Dance Festival.  The company’s work has been described as “challenging, creative, and unique...by a group of talented artists with a message,” by Theater Scene, and shares their unique approach monthly in their free workshops held in the City.

 Photo by Corinne Louie

Photo by Corinne Louie

 Photo by Corinne Louie

Photo by Corinne Louie

 Photo by Corinne Louie

Photo by Corinne Louie

ROADKILL

Is it possible to have a close, truly platonic relationship with someone of the opposite sex?

Together with her creative partner Lauren Lasorda, Tali created, produced and performed in RoadKill, a dynamic, highly physical contemporary dance-theatre piece that explores opposite sex friendships.  Following successful showcases in the Check Us Out Dance Festival in Central Park and the Queensboro Dance Festival in Long Island City, RoadKill had its fully-produced premiere in New York City’s IRT Theater in May of 2015.  The production achieved an extremely successful performance run, selling out every single seat for every show well before opening night.  Tali continues to collaborate with Lauren Lasorda, with whom she is currently in talks for their next endeavor together.

 Photo by Corinne Louie

Photo by Corinne Louie

 Photo by Corinne Louie

Photo by Corinne Louie