January 20, 2008
"The Party" at teh Gene Frankel Theatre (Directed by Ashley Marinaccio)
EndTimes Productions Presents:
Vignettes for the Apocalypse 2008
Second Annual One Act Festival
February 6th through February 17th 2008
Located at EndTimes Underground - the Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012
Admission: $18 at the door
$15 with Student ID
$15 with Advance Reservations
Advance Reservations can be made at www.endtimesproductions.org
By Lisa B. Bridgens
Directed by Ashley Marinaccio
Assistant Directed by Robert Gonyo
Amy Chang, Jenna Harder, Blair Jost, Lynn Spencer
Friday, February 8th at 7:30 pm
Sunday, February 10th at 2:00 pm
Wednesday, February 13th at 7:30 pm
Saturday, February 16th at 2:00pm
Sunday, February 17th at 6:00pm
December 07, 2007
Erotic/Neurotic featuring Performance Artist Karen Finley
NYU's Performance Studies Ensemble
To Stage The World Premiere of
Ayanna Williams, Robert Gonyo, Boram Choi, Ashley Marinaccio, Beth Elkins, Myrton Running Wolf, Lesley Mulholland, Serap Erincin, Stefanos Tsigrimanis, Jimena Ortuzar, Danielle Kline, Lydia Brawner, Elizabeth Mirarchi, RonAmber Deloney, and Karina Claudio-Betancourt.
Performance artist, Karen Finley, will make a guest appearance as hostess of the evening.
Sunday, December 9th, 2007 at
ACME Bar and Grill
9 Great Jones Street, New York, NY
(Doors open at 7:00 pm )
Founded in the fall of 2007, the Performance Studies Ensemble will be honoring EXCESS, DELIVERANCE, PASSION, ECSTASY, LOSS, ANTICIPATION, EAGERNESS, EROS, and the DEPTHS OF MADNESS in their final show of 2007.
The Performance Studies Ensemble is a diverse, multi-cultural kaleidoscope of artists, scholars, and activists whose mission is to create raw, original, and demanding work.
To shock and to awe is the name of their game.
August 29, 2007
Zehl Steen Think Pound - Sketch Comedy Show
I hope you are having a wonderful summer. Below is some information about my sketch comedy troupe's upcoming show at The Tank next weekend. If you are in the city and looking for a good laugh, come and check us out. We'll be performing from August 31st through September 2nd (Labor Day Weekend). If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Also contact me for ticket reservations. The show is going to be a lot of fun. Hope to see you there!
Zehl Steen Think Pound Presents:
Handsome and Funny
Josh Burnstein, Matthew Zellman, Steele Filipek
Larry Woodland, Josh Burnstein, Michael Rehse, Steele Filipek,
Ashley Marinaccio, Sean Von Gorman, Matthew Zellman, Matt Carr
Sketch comedy conglomerate Zehl Steen Think Pound seeks to dispel the notion that you can't be both handsome and funny with their latest show, Handsome and Funny. A multimedia evening of laughter that will be remembered forever, or at least for as long as YouTube lasts.
Fri, 8/31 at 8 PM
Sat, 9/1 at 7:30 PM
Sun, 9/2 at 9:30 PM
287 Church Street
(Between Franklin and White Streets)
$8 per person
Celebrate the end of summer and the long, slow adjustment back into being responsible and boring with us!
Review from past show: http://patrickhickeyjr.tripod.com/uncommon_courtesy_review.html
April 29, 2007
Pace University Senior Industry Showcase
I am performing in Pace Universty's senior industry showcase. Please contact me at EvitaRox@aol.com if you are interested in attending and I can arrange your complimentary tickets.
The dates are:
Sunday, May 13th and Monday, May 14th
Schaeberlie Studio Theater
41 Park Row, NYC
For reservations, call 212-346-1954
Hope to see you there!
April 16, 2007
Decadent Acts, a new play staged reading at Pace University
Decadent Acts: Staged Reading
Written and Directed by Ashley Marinaccio
with Lauren McCullough, Abby Stevens, Laura Delarato, Brianne Muller, Ryan Makely, Michael Raver, Ali Crosier, Ashley Platz, Jessica Jones
Monday, April 30th 2007
Media/Dance Room (Located behind the Student Union)
1 Pace Plaza
Sponsored by Project Pericles and Phorzheimer Honors College
Decadent Acts, set in the late 1980s in New York City, chronicles the story of a prominent lesbian couple struggling against legislated discrimination. The story follows acclaimed professor Jolene Shatila and her partner, television personality Farah Sabra, as they deal with challenges stemming from Farah's terminal illness. Since New York State law does not consider same sex partners to be family members, Jolene is restricted from hospital visitation and is in danger of losing custody of their daughter, Nicole. Decadent Acts allows us to reflect on the injustices of a heterosexist system and realize how much of this discrimination exists to the current day. A talk back with both cast and audience members will follow the reading.
Donations collected at this event will go to support the Ali Forney Center, a shelter for homeless LGBT youth which also offers vocational training and performing arts programming.
For more information contact EvitaRox@aol.com .
April 05, 2007
The Trojan Women at Pace University
The Trojan Women
Written by Euripides
Translated by Richmond Lattimore
Directed by R.D. Woertendyke
Assistant Directed by Katherine Benson
Choreography by Allison Easter
Stage Managed by Kristina Vnook
Lauren McCullough as Athene
Chase Hall as Poseidon
Ashley Marinaccio as Hecuba
Gabrielle Loneck as Kassandra
Emily Peck as Andromache
Matt Gallo as Talthybios
Ryan Makely as Menelaos
Ashley Platz as Helen
Allison Tanney, Ali Crosier, Kristine Krimitsos, Emily Temple, Kate Morris, Katelyn Marshall, Charlotte Cousins, Dana Reagin, Rebecca Fields, Christopher Azara, Stephen Williams, Ashley Yarnell, Tommy Slivinski,
Bradley LeBouf, Rachael Jones
Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts
1 Pace Plaza (Corner of Spruce and Gold Streets)
Wed-Sat @ 8pm
Sat-Sun @ 2pm
$10 General Admission
To reserve tickets contact: Phone (212) 346-1352