Thom Fogarty is the Artistic Director of 360repco. He has been active in NYC's downtown performance scene since graduated from the OSU Dept. of Dance in 1977, appearing in and creating dance works with Anna Leo, Timothy Buckley, Alice Farley, Jane Comfort, Ping Chong, Tamar Rogoff, and theatre productions with Joseph Chaikin (The Open Theater), Paul Zimet (The Talking Band), Otrabanda, Judson Poets Theater, DV8 Physical Theatre (London), and H.M. Koutoukas. Since changing his focus in 2010, from dance to directing, he has directed 15 productions including: Bad Connections? by Michael Levesque (The Bridge and The Cell in NYC, the Edmonton, Hollywood, Orlando, Toronto, and Vancouver Fringe Festivals and Rochester, NY); Lillian Smith: Being Heard by Lulu Fogarty (Dixon Place, United Solo Festival, Theater Row NYC, Syracuse University and The Loft at Judson); Ten Tall Tales About The Men I Love (which he adapted from a short story by Ronn Smith), in The Loft @ Judson; he created The Carole Bayer Sager Project: Album One; and three plays by Steven Fechter: The Artifacts and The Mentee, (The Bridge) and Lancelot (The Gym @ Judson), For The Love of Judy by BT Shea (Dixon Place), In October 2015, he directed his adaptation of Lillian Smith’s Strange Fruit for the Lillian Smith Center at Piedmont College (Ga.) on the 70th anniversary of it’s one and only run on Broadway. He is an Associate Member of Stage Directors and Choreographer Society (SDC) and member of the Drama League.