Curtis Taylor is a narrative filmmaker and playwright. In Seattle he operated the underground theater Vodvil from 1996 to 2006, and under these auspices created original folk operas, cabarets, recitals and sound art installations. His recent work has combined mannered musical languages (murder ballads, sacred choir and opera) with historic stage traditions (ballet, vaudeville and burlesque) to consider themes of art, life and time.
Artist Support Program 2011: Audio production design for The White Days, an original play.
Artist Support Program 2008: Record music featuring the Compline Choir of St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle and sound design for Church Weather, a short film that completes a trilogy on the theme of song as visual narrative.