RUNNING IN PLACE - BY HASNAIN SHAIKH

 

WHEN: NOVEMBER 15TH 2019

 

WHERE: DIXON PLACE

 

SYNOPSIS: The play deals with mental health, love and loss. Rebecca and Zoe, the two protagonists, relive their relationship – from their first date to their last conversation – to figure out where they went wrong and what led Zoe to leave. Zoe stops Rebecca from trying to kill herself by showing her that she is not to blame and that she needs to let go of the situation in order to move on. The themes of the play are dealt with in a delicate, yet a lot of times funny way. 

 

CAST: 

REBECCA - GIORGIA VALENTI

ZOE - ANA MOIOLI

BREA/PENELOPE/MOTHER - MARIA MÜLLER

DIRECTED BY: ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

STAGE MANAGED BY: GEMMA ALLAN

 

PRESS:

Indieactivity

Under the Covers Collective 

The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute

Theater Mania

BroadwayWorld

REVIEWS:

International Women Artists' Salon

"The three actors are capable of portraying pain and loss with delicacy and lightness. Their shared energy on stage grew throughout the performance in an emotional and narrative climax..."

                                                                  - Chiara Cimmino

ON HOW TO BE A MONSTER - BY MARIA MÜLLER

WHEN: DECEMBER 7TH 2019

 

WHERE: CASA ITALIANA ZERILLI MARIMÒ

CAST: 

JOHN - GUI PEDRA

CLARA - MARIA MÜLLER

RON - ADAM MCDONALD

LARA - ANA MOIOLI

DON - MARTIN DROP

TARA - CAROL SANTIAGO

SEAN - JUAN TEISAIRE 

SARAH - GIORGIA VALENTI

QUENTIN - CRISTIANO BENFENATI

SHARON - EKIN NAZ DEMIROK

STAGE DIRECTIONS - PAULA LEON

DIRECTED BY: PATRICIA MARJORIE 

PRESS:

BroadwayWorld

LOLIQUE - BY ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

WHEN: JANUARY 16TH 2020

 

WHERE: CASA ITALIANA ZERILLI MARIMÒ

 

CAST:

 

LOLIQUE - ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

AMELIA - MARIA MÜLLER

BALI - GIORGIA VALENTI

GABO - MARIANO FLORES

JAIME ALEJANDRO - HENDRIK RIEMENS

STAGE DIRECTIONS - BIANCA WAECHTER

DIRECTED BY: ANA MOIOLI 

PRESS:

The National Herald

"Under Moioli’s skillful direction, the talented performers brought the complicated themes of the play to life and left the audience looking forward to a full staging..."

                                                                   - The National Herald

"On How To Be a Monster is not a primer which provides a road map.  Our society’s contemptible self-absorption is certainly a big target here as is our ability to turn a blind eye..."

                                             - TheaterReviewsFromMySeat

"If Müller’s short, spiky play unfolds with an ironic, semi-absurdist detachment from reality, it is also, in very real ways, a deeply felt coming-of-age story..."

                                                                 - Splash Magazines

ON HOW TO BE A MONSTER - BY MARIA MÜLLER

WHEN: FEB 22ND AT 3:00PM

             FEB 24TH AT 9:30PM

             FEB 25TH AT 9:30PM

WHERE: THE TANK NYC

SYNOPSIS: John, Clara, Ron, Lara, Don, Tara, Sean and Sarah are four couples who like to discuss important issues such as global warming, planned parenthood or starvation in Africa. Or do they? They might have more urgent things going on. Some might say they’re in competition, but they would surely disagree with that, because they’re very good friends! Halfway through the night, Tara disappears. Will they find her? And what is that sound, anyway?

CAST:

JOHN - DYLAN SOAL

CLARA - MARIA MÜLLER

RON - JOHN BLAIR

LARA - ANA MOIOLI

DON - MARTIN DROP

TARA - ISABELLA UZCÁTEGUI

SEAN - CRISTIANO BENFENATI

SARAH - GIORGIA VALENTI

THE MONSTER/THE HOST - ADAM FISHER 

DIRECTED BY: FEDERICA BORLENGHI 

STAGE MANAGED BY: KENDALL DUPRE

PRESS:

BroadwayWorld

REVIEWS:

THEATERREVIEWSFROMMYSEAT

Splash Magazines

THIS IS ME EATING___ - CONCEPT BY GIORGIA VALENTI

This is Me Eating___ is an online series that deals with food, eating and body image. Each participant who feels inspired by this project can submit a piece (which can take any form: videos, poetry, monologues etc.) and fill in the blank with what they are metaphorically eating. 

COMPANY MEMBERS' VIDEOS:

This is Me Eating My Eating Disorder (by Giorgia Valenti)

This is Me Eating My Taste Buddies (by Ana Moioli)

This is Me Eating Those Stupid Comments (by Maria Müller)

This is Me Eating Alone Thinking About Eating Together (by Deniz Bulat)

This is Me Eating My Weight (by Luísa Galatti)

SUBMISSIONS:

This is Me Eating My Anxiety (by Thais Fernandes)

This is Me Eating The Time We (Don't) Have (by Ana Carolina)

This is Me Eating My Anger (by Bianca Waechter) 

This is Me Eating My Vitamin C (by Clara Wiest)

This is Me Eating My Words (by Kendall DuPre')

This is Me Eating My First Meal of The Day (by Bella Tortato)

This is Me Eating Water (by Lucas Vasconcelos)

PRESS:

La Voce di New York

REVIEWS:

OnStage Blog

"...Et Alia is truly making the best out of a bad situation and uniting artists across the world in a project that is both intimate and moving..."

                                                     - OnStage Blog