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Theatre


Theatre

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Theatre


Theatre

Full-Length/
Original Work

Horror in the Mind

by Charles Allen-Anderson

Directed by Daniella A. Mazzio

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by Daniella A. Mazzio

Directed by Scott Jackoway

Film Revue

Written by Shea Corpora, Ale Domeier, Sam Kittelson, Brandon Kral, Daniella A. Mazzio, Carolyn Moore, and Marjorie Muller

Conceived and Directed by Daniella A. Mazzio

Asst.
Directing

An Iliad

by Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson

Directed by Andrew Peters

The Veldt

by Ray Bradbury, adapted from his book of the same name

Directed by Adam Elliott 

Workshops/
Readings

Dead on the Reeds

a Radio Play by McKenzie Gerber

Directed by Daniella A. Mazzio

(Listen to the performance here)

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Sexual Perversity in Chicago (in the style of Richard Foreman)

Directed by April Cleveland

The Seagull (in the style of Bertolt Brecht)

Directed by Jeremy Aluma

Other Theatrical Work


Other Theatrical Work


Additional Experience

Beyond directing, assistant-directing, and writing, I’ve worked in a variety of other roles both in production and audience experience. Here are some important highlights:

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Yippee Ki-Yay, Merry Christmas!

Directed by Tiffani Moore Swalley

Book & Lyrics by Michael Shepherd Jordan & Alex Garday

Music direction by Stephanie Mccullough

Returning for its 5th year, I’m very fortunate to have joined on as a Stage Manager for Yippee Ki-Yay Merry Christmas. Our team is thrilled to deliver the biggest, funniest, most awesomely 80s production to date!

Being my first show as a professional Stage Manager, I’m stoked to not only be a part of this incredible team of creatives from MCL, Drury Lane, Royal George, and more, but excited to work on a production that is the perfect blend of comedy and theatre!

The Wild Women of Planet Wongo

Directed by David Rigano

Book & Lyrics by Dave Ogrin

I spent last summer as a House and Box Office Manager for the Chicago premiere of this campy sci-fi spoof during its run at the Chopin Theatre!

Enter a world of Amazonian warrior women and their alluring Queen who first meet men when two bumbling astronauts crash onto their purple and green planet. Hilarity ensues when the guys think they’ve discovered paradise but the Wild Women of Planet Wongo have surprises in store for their captive guests.

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Additional Audience Services Experience

Usher & Ticket Taker Feb. 2018 - Oct. 2018

Usher & Ticket Taker Feb. 2018 - Oct. 2018

House Manager Aug. 2017 - May 2018    Audience Services Representative June 2018 - Present

House Manager Aug. 2017 - May 2018

Audience Services Representative June 2018 - Present

Box Office Attendant Oct. 2018 - Present

Box Office Attendant Oct. 2018 - Present