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Thomas Warfield ’88 Celebrated for Career Achievement

Warfield has been a creative force for 25 years.

Thomas Warfield ’88 will be honored with a production celebrating his 25-year career at RIT.

This weekend, Feb. 24–26, the production Twenty-five Years Through Movement and Space honors Warfield’s 25 years as a senior lecturer and director of dance at RIT/NTID (Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf).

Thomas Warfield '88 (Photo: © RIT/ETC / A. Sue Weisler) Thomas Warfield ’88 (Photo: © RIT/ETC / A. Sue Weisler)

The production “features dances from Warfield’s creative journey. The show explores the movement of life in the solar system as a journey through space. With dancers using the energy of their bodies and the power of motion to convey ideas and stories, the audience will encounter a multimedia experience combining dance, technology, and design to express the connection between humanity, the universe, and creativity.”

Read more about Warfield’s impressive career as a singer, dancer, actor, model, composer, choreographer, director, producer, educator, activist, and poet on stage, television, and in film in more than 100 cities worldwide. 

Thomas Warfield '88-performance of his work Man2Man (Photo: Erin Auble) Thomas Warfield ’88–performance of his work Man2Man (Photo: Erin Auble)