2014-2015 Directing Sizzle Reel


NY Press (2016): Interview with Ashley Marinaccio about Embodi(ED)

People You Should Know (2016): Profile of Ashley Marinaccio 

AXS Interview (2016): Interview with Ashley Marinaccio about Embodi(ED) 

Buzzfeed (2014): Girl Be Heard: The Theatre Company Giving Voice to Young Women

A Girl's Guide to Swagger (2013): Every Girl Deserves to Be Heard 

Huffington Post (2012): New York Theatre Gets Political

Stage Buzz (2012) Planet Connections Interview

NY Independent Theatre Awards (2011) Interview with Ashley Marinaccio

VS. THE POMEGRANATE (2011) Artist Interview: Co-Op Theatre East/Rachel Corrie

New York Times Arts Section (2011): 9/11 in the Arts, An Anniversary Guide 

Toms River Patch (2011): Acting Troupe Explores Growing Up after 9/11

2016 "What Better Looks Like" Award Video


Jessica Williams of The Daily Show Talks About "Embodi(ED)" 

"Reminiscent of Tony Kushner... definitely a writer to keep an eye on..."
- Show Business Weekly (Decadent Acts

"Director Ashley Marinaccio, who shepherds the actors into a fluid, unified whole, has created an intricate production that is like spun gold. It brilliantly expands point by point to empower us to realize how fascist body images have a devastating impact on our society (the oldest eating disordered are in their 70s, the youngest in their tweens). From pacing, to the selection of variety acts, Embodi(ED) is outstanding. The ensemble proves, with finesse and adroitness, their enthusiasm and investment in this work which has been a long time coming for us and which ends on an uplifting note..."
- Carole Di Tosti, Theater Pizzazz (EmbodiED)

"Trafficked is fearless, political theatre..."
- Ebony Magazine (Trafficked

"Gritty and honest, sure to encourage post performance discussion among audience members of all ages and genders..." 
-  Time Out NY (9mm America) 



Embodi(ED) at HERE (2016)

Theater Pizzazz 

Times Square Chronicle 

The Indypendent 

New York Theatre Review


9mm America at Robert Moss Theatre, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (2013)

Huffington Post

New York Theatre Review

The Indypendent

Carey Purcell



Good Shape at Robert Moss Theatre, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (2013)

Carey Purcell


Vagina Monologues with Co-Op Theatre East (2013) 

Carey Purcell 


Trafficked at 45 Bleecker Street Theatre, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity (2012)

Ebony Magazine EBONY Magazine 

NY Press ANTM's Nigel Barker Stands Up Against Sex Trafficking at Bleecker Street Theatre

Guernica/arts and politics Abby Rabinowitz: Sex, Lies and Women's Theater


Decadent Acts at the Robert Moss Theatre (2010)

Show Business Weekly



GirlPower: Voices of a Generation at the NYC International Fringe Festival (2009)

Time Out NY Review

Theatre Development Fund


New Theater Corps




Macbeth Review on Backstage Blogs (2012)

Beyond Therapy Review in Glen Rock Patch (2011)

Patrick Hickey Junior