Read Ashley's article on devising theatre with senior citizens at Queens Theatre on HowlRound.
Building A Real Boy is nominated for three Planet Connections Awards including Outstanding Director(Ashley Marinaccio),Outstanding Production of a Staged Reading(Co-Op Theatre East)
andPlanet Activist(Michael Rehse).
October, 2017:Ashley plays the role of Mother in a Pace University student film entitled "The
October 7th at 8:00 pm:Ashley directs Graham Techler's New York City Girls Will Kill You at theNJ Rep Company.Reserve your tickets by clicking the link above.
August, 2017:Ashley passed the first comp exam in the CUNY Graduate Center Ph.D. program in Theatre and
Performance. She will be teaching at Hunter College and Pace University in the fall.
July 23rd at 7:30 pm:Ashley assistant directs under Tonya Pinkins for Playwrights for a Cause. Read more and
June 26th at 5:30 pm:Co-Op Theatre East presents the debut reading of our new work,
"Building A Real Boy", about the life and work of computer prodigy and activist Aaron Swartz, in the 2017 Planet Connects Theatre Festivity. The reading is free and open to the public. Reserve
May 26th: Ashley's play Decadent Acts will be presented at Dixon Place.
April 10th: Don't miss The Civilians last cabaret of the season, Let Me Ascertain You: Hate Actually, at Joe's Pub. Visit here for tickets.
April 9th: Ashley directs Ryan Victor "Little Eagle" Pierce in "This Play is Native Made" at the Newark Museum, in New Jersey as part of the
Second Saturday series.
February 13th: Don't miss The Civilian's Let Me Ascertain You at Joe's Pub. Visit here for tickets.
February 4th: Ashley films the short film "Play with Me", where she plays an overbearing mother.
January 11th, 6:00 - 8:30 pm: Ashley presents on the topic of arts activism to combat human trafficking at Bronx Christian Fellowship.
This event follows a screening of the film "SOLD", and is free and open to the public.
"Casting Out Violence: Queer Youth Responding to Orlando Massacre through Art", co-authored by
Ashley, is published inAnthropology