Allie Marotta

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Allie Marotta is a Brooklyn-based collaborative theatre maker and teaching artist focused on devised ensemble work. She holds a double degree in BA Acting, BA Directing under the International Performance Ensemble program at Pace University, School of Performing Arts (2016) and earned a MA Contemporary Performance Practices at Royal Holloway University of London (2017). Allie's academic research is focused on analyzing the hierarchy and democracy of contemporary theater, and her practical work aims to investigate and define immersive and site-specific performance. ?She is the co-founder and executive director of Sitting Shotgun, an equitable and intersectional theatre production company for emerging artists, and is the lead artist of devising community ensemble, Cucumber Dogs. ?

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[Immersive, 2019]
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You&I And City Artist Corps Present THRESHOLD

Experiential performance collective You&I, helmed by Fernando Moya Delgado and Allie Marotta, presents THRESHOLD, an interactive performance experience taking place in Washington Square Park.

Ronald Rand Stars in LET IT BE ART! At Greece's International Festival

Goodwill Cultural Ambassador Ronald Rand, during his 20th year touring around the world to 25 countries will perform at the Theatre of Changes' 17th International Festival of Making Theater in his celebrated solo play, LET IT BE ART! as Harold Clurman, 'the Elder Statesman of the American Theatre,' on August 2nd at Theatre of Change, 19a Tritus Septemuriou Street in Athens, Greece.

HAUS OF DUST to Makes its World Premiere at Teatro Círculo in June

HAUS OF DUST, a bold and imaginative immersive production written and directed by Gabriel Torres, will make its world premiere in NYC beginning Thursday, June 17 for a limited engagement through Sunday, July 25. Press Opening is Sunday, June 20 at 3:30 pm.  

The Tank Announces Initial Programming for PrideFest 2021

The Tank has announced a full slate of programming for its annual PrideFest. Every year in June, The Tank opens the floor to a wide variety of performances and discussions surrounding the topics of sexuality, gender, and equality, old battles, and new ways of fighting them.

Exquisite Corpse Company Will Extend Performances Of ZOETROPE

Exquisite Corpse Company will extend performances for their World Premiere of Zoetrope, written by ECC writers-in-residence Elinor T Vanderburg, Leah Barker, and Emily Krause, directed by Porcia Lewis and Tess Howsam.

Performance Dates Announced for ZOETROPE World Premiere Presented by Exquisite Corpse Company

Exquisite Corpse Company will present the World Premiere of Zoetrope, written by ECC writers-in-residence Elinor T Vanderburg, Leah Barker, and Emily Krause, directed by Porcia Lewis and Tess Howsam. The production will be presented LIVE with socially distanced seating for a limited audience at 134 Vanderbilt Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205, May 1-23.

Queens Theatre To Offer Virtual Performing Arts Classes For NYC Students During Spring Break

Queens Theatre (QT) will present a week of virtual performing arts classes to engage students during the New York City Public School spring break-from Monday, March 29th to Friday, April 2, 2021-to spark participants' imaginations and grow their natural performance skills through fun, targeted theater activities, and rigorous workshops.

Queens Theatre Announces Winter Break Drama Classes For Kids

Queens Theatre today unveiled a week of virtual programming to entertain, educate and enlighten New York City Public School students during the winter break, from Monday, February 15th to Friday, February 19th, 2021.

THE COOPING THEORY 1969 Announces Halloween Week Schedule

Poseidon Theatre Company and DDM Productions today announced that Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe? The Cooping Theory 1969: AnImmersive Paranormal Experience at RPM Underground will honor the writer's legacy a?" the very subject matter at the heart of the critically acclaimed immersive theatre experience a?" with the announcement of the production's Halloween week schedule (click here) and a spooky-fun Poe-themed costume contest alongside a spooky-festive cocktail party.

THE COOPING THEORY 1969 Offers Audiences An Immersive Paranormal Experience

DDM Productions & RPM Underground today announced dates for Poseidon Theatre Company's Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe? The Cooping Theory 1969: An Immersive Paranormal Experience. Conceived and directed by Aaron Salazar, this new spellbinding production is the only story-driven, multi-room immersive experience in the heart of Times Square and features a book by Nate Raven (who also co-directs), original score by Manuel Pelayo & Giancarlo Bonfanti with additional material by Edgar Allan Poe.  Previews begin Monday, August 19that RPM Underground, 244 West 54th St. between 8th Avenue and Broadway. The official opening will be on Monday, September 16th and the run continues through November 2. www.knock3xs.com   

WHO KILLED EDGAR ALLAN POE? THE COOPING THEORY 1969 Begins Performance 8/19

DDM Productions & RPM Underground today announced dates for Poseidon Theatre Company's Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe? The Cooping Theory 1969: An Immersive Paranormal Experience. Conceived and directed by Aaron Salazar, this new spellbinding production is the only story-driven, multi-room immersive experience in the heart of Times Square and features a book by Nate Raven (who also co-directs), original score by Manuel Pelayo & Giancarlo Bonfanti with additional material by Edgar Allan Poe.

Sitting Shotgun Presents DAUGHTERS OF SOLOMON

Sitting Shotgun will close out the Fall 2018 Mainstage Season with daughters of Solomon, a new play by Mark Thomas Johnson, directed by Allie Marotta. Performances will take place November 26th - December 2nd at SQUARE1 (885 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY). The cast includes Alec Kirazian (Monk), Salome Egas (Muse), Caroline Festa (Daughter 1), and Lesley Young (Daughter 2). Creative team includes Alex Church-Gonzales (Assistant Director, Costume Design), Jack McManus (Dramaturg), Stephanie Orta-Vazquez (Fight Choreography), Linnea Sumner (Makeup/FX Design), Joe Scardino (Light Design), Conner Reilly (Graphic Design).

Sitting Shotgun Presents DAUGHTERS OF SOLOMON

Sitting Shotgun will close out the Fall 2018 Mainstage Season with daughters of Solomon, a new play by Mark Thomas Johnson, directed by Allie Marotta. Performances will take place November 26th - December 2nd at SQUARE1 (885 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY). The cast includes Alec Kirazian (Monk), Salome Egas (Muse), Caroline Festa (Daughter 1), and Lesley Young (Daughter 2). Creative team includes Alex Church-Gonzales (Assistant Director, Costume Design), Jack McManus (Dramaturg), Stephanie Orta-Vazquez (Fight Choreography), Linnea Sumner (Makeup/FX Design), Joe Scardino (Light Design), Conner Reilly (Graphic Design).

Sitting Shotgun And Cucumber Dogs Present TBD: The Live Devising Project At FringeNYC

CUCUMBER DOGS in association with SITTING SHOTGUN present TBD: The Live Devising Project at FringeNYC 2018, a revolutionary development in the live and collaborative theatre experience. Performances are October 14th - 27th. Tickets are on sale now.

Sitting Shotgun And Cucumber Dogs Present TBD: The Live Devising Project At FringeNYC

CUCUMBER DOGS in association with SITTING SHOTGUN present TBD: The Live Devising Project at FringeNYC 2018, a revolutionary development in the live and collaborative theatre experience. Performances are October 14th - 27th. Tickets are on sale now.

MY NAME IS NOT ACTUALLY MARIA Comes to TNC Dream Up Fest

"My Name is not Actually Maria" is a multidisciplinary devised ensemble theater piece that seeks to investigating the phrase "and then I never saw them again." Using Craigslist missed connections ads and verbatim stories as source material, this piece blends movement, text, music, and technology to create a dream land of opportunities lost. It is a search for something that disappeared while your back was turned. Dreamy, ethereal and haunting, it is performed to a mix of contemporary music and soundscapes. The work is conceived by Allie Marotta and devised by Cucumber Dogs in association with Sitting Shotgun. It is co-facilitated by Marotta and Fernando Moya Delgado. Movement is directed by Delgado.

Sitting Shotgun Announces Fall 2018 Season

SITTING SHOTGUN's Fall 2018 mainstage season includes a contemporary reimagining of The Mad Dog Blues by Sam Shepard, a reading series of new plays, a new devised piece, and a premier of an original play, as well as a festival of horror themed work created by resident ensembles [REALITY PENDING], Cucumber Dogs, and Don't Trust the Postal Service (DTPS) to be presented throughout October. Cucumber Dogs will also present two new pieces at Theater for the New City's Dream Up Festival in August and FringeNYC in October. The season is rounded out with Burn It To the Ground, a performance series curated by DTPS; Poet's Studio, a quarterly celebration of poetry curated and hosted by Jackie Torres; and will close with a special engagement of CARNIVAL OF SOULS presented by Jack Feldstein as a part of Sitting Shotgun's Casual Vacancy residency program.

Girl Be Heard Presents The World Premiere of INDIVISIBLE: LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR WHO?

The internationally renowned and award-winning ensemble GIRL BE HEARD presents their new show Indivisible: Liberty and Justice for Who? at DR2 Theatre (103 E 15th Street) continues this evening for a limited engagement through May 12th. Based on the lived experiences of the cast, this ensemble-devised theatre work is written and performed by the GIRL BE HEARD members, directed by Kim Sykes, and produced by theater-maker and activist Jessica Greer Morris.

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