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Ashley R. Marinaccio

Assistant Director

The Planet Connections Theatre Festivity Inc

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The Planet Connections Theatre Festivity Inc

85 Delancey Street Suite 33

New York City, New York,10002

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Co-Op Theatre East


Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Co-Op Theatre East and Project Girl Performance Collective

Ashley


Artistic Director

Girl Be Heard Company


Adjunct Lecturer In Performing Arts and Sociology and Anthropology

Pace University


Affiliations

Lincoln Center Theater

Member of the Directors Lab


The League of Professional Theatre Women Inc

Member


American Anthropological Association

Member


SAG/AFTRA

Member


Soiree Fair Inc

Board Member


Old Vic/New Voices

Member


American Federation of Television and Radio Artists

Member


Education

BAM/Kennedy Center


Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics - EMERGENYC


Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics EMERGENYC Program


Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics' EMERGENYC


Arabic

Lebanese American University


BAM's


BA

theatre directing and sociology/anthropology

PACE University.


BA

theatre directing and sociology/anthropology

Pace University. www.ashley-marinaccio.com


M.A.

Performance Studies Program


M.A.

Performance Studies

NYU's Tisch School of the Arts


M.A.

Performance Studies

Pace University. www.ashley-marinaccio.com


MA

Performance Studies

NYU-Tisch


MA Degree

Performance Studies

NYU - Tisch


PhD

CUNY Graduate Center


degree

theatre and anthropology

Pace University. www.ashley-marinaccio.com


Web References(86 Total References)


Fresh Perspective: Play in a Day Festival - Planet Connections

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Ashley Marinaccio


Playwrights For A Cause 2017 - The Protest Plays - Planet Connections

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Assistant Director: Ashley Marinaccio


Our Ensemble - Co-Op Theatre East

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Casey Cleverly, Ashley Marinaccio, Laura Iris Hill, Kerrie Bond


The Lucille Lortel Awards | League of Professional Theatre Women

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Ashley Marinaccio
Ashley Marinaccio is a director, writer, performer and photographer who creates work that challenges the status quo. She is dedicated to documenting the socio-political issues that define our times. Ashley is a League of Professional Theatre Women Lucille Lortel Women's Visionary Award recipient for her artistic direction of Girl Be Heard, a theatre company that brings global issues affecting girls center stage by empowering young women to tell their stories. She's been a featured TED speaker. Her theatrical work has been seen off-Broadway, at TED conferences, The White House, The Apollo, United Nations and on tour throughout the United States and Europe. Ashley is co-founder/Artistic Director of Girl Be Heard and co-founder/director of Co-Op Theatre East. She is an alumna of BAM/Kennedy Center's Professional Development Program, Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics - EMERGENYC, American Theatre Wing's - SpringboardNYC and member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and Old Vic/New Voices. Ashley holds her M.A. in Performance Studies from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and BA in theatre directing and sociology/anthropology with minors in women/gender and Middle Eastern from Pace University. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA, League of Professional Theatre Women and American Anthropological Association. Ashley is a faculty member at Pace University's School of Performing Arts.


Girl Be Heard

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Ashley Marinaccio


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