Kyle deCamp is a Bessie award-winning multimedia performance artist. DeCamp’s work uses theater to explore the overlap of art, history, and individual experience. In 1993 DeCamp performed Ladyland at the Kitchen, a study of the life of Jimi Hendrix through the experiences of ten women. The piece depicted a reconciliation between storyteller and story, and was called “a triumph of mind over material” by Joan Acocella writing for the Village Voice. DeCamp’s work Out of Breath, performed at The Kitchen in 2000, used texts, images, and imagined scenes to explore the tragic life of movie star Jean Seberg, to whom DeCamp felt a deep and complex kinship. For more information please visit

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