Ashley has been accepted into CUNY Graduate Center's Ph.D. program in Theatre.
Ashley is joining The Civilians Field Research Team for the 2016-2017
Ashley receives the What Better Looks Like Award for her work as co-founder and Artistic Director of Girl Be Heard
Ashley directs Girl Power: Survival of the Fittest at the Alice Austen House Museum on Staten Island.
Promises You Break: Stories from Youth in LGBT, Mental Health, Foster Care and Homeless Communities will
debut at the Sellwood Playhouse in Portland, Oregon June 10th, 2016 at 7:30 pm. Ashley is devising this piece with members of Girl Be Heard. Learn more about this show.
Learn more about all of these events and get tickets here.
"Gritty and honest, sure to encourage post performance discussion among audience members of all ages and genders."
- Time Out NY
"Reminiscent of Tony Kushner... definitely a
writer to keep an eye on..." - Show Business
"That villainess is also a masterful presentation as Ashley Marinaccio connives without compunction only to fall into the madness provoked by the unraveling
of her plot." - Backstage Blog