"Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself." - Charlie Chaplin.
A performer from the age of three, Naomi has dedicated her life to the arts - she believes that art can change the world, and that one person can make a difference. Naomi Peltz is a founder of Tree of Life Theatre Company Inc. and a graduate from the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. She chooses to live her life through impulse, passion and fearlessness. Naomi truly identifies as a creator. She loves to perform and discover choices while investigating other peoples' work, and she also lives to create her own unfiltered pieces. Select performing credits include: If We Were Birds (The One With Dwindling Dignity), Legally Blonde the Musical (Enid Hoopes), The Vagina Monologues (Player), Obeah Opera (Jojo) and Foxfinder (Sarah Box). Naomi has written two plays (It's Kind of a Love Story and Make Love Not War,) and is in the throws of developing a living gallery piece (Love Child.) She is thrilled that Tree of Life Theatre Company is kicking off so brilliantly, and can't wait to explore her creator side through the new goggles of Artistic Director.