Reviews from the premier of The Tenant in New York

“(The dancers') versatility is topped by that of the composer, Frank Moon. Visible beside the stage, he plays late-night jazz and spooky chords on the piano, switching to violin, jaw harp or high-pitched vocals to regulate the mood expertly. The sound of breaking glass in his score is the production’s most artful device of suspense.” 
New York Times 

“an extraordinary compilation of music and sounds that complements and enhances whatever action takes place on stage.” 
Critical Dance 

“a titillating original score by Frank Moon”  
Broadway World        

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