WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE FESTIVAL
Michael Arden and the company of The Forest of Ardencomes an immersive world premiere theatrical experience that takes you on a journey throughout Williamstown, revealing unexpected surprises around you and within you.From Tony Award-nominated director
Choose to experience this completely unique site-specific performance by foot or by car, and plunge yourself into the center of stories inspired by real events that took place in Western Massachusetts in 1969.
Devised in collaboration with writers Jen Silverman and Eric Berryman and featuring members of WTF’s COMMUNITY WORKS program, ALIEN/NATION engages all of your senses for a theatre experience unlike any other.
A BraveMouse Production
Current Status: Post-Production
More Coming Soon
A proof of concept short film created by Marissa.
Upon arriving at their mother's house in Michigan for Mother's Day, estranged half sisters, Marcus and Frannie discover their mother has killed herself. As instructed by their mother's suicide note, the two take their dead mom to Chicago to fulfill her dying wish: to have enacted the plot of an 80s cult classic together.
The riotous laughter that inexplicably accompanies times of grief is what "Death Death" is about. In this dark comedy, we watch two women rediscover what it means to really live. Stylistically, this concept-short is both a love letter and hate mail to 80s American Cinema.
DON'T SAY VAGINA!
This mockumentary-style short follows 12-year-old Monica through a pre-teen witch hunt as she’s forced to stand trial for her summer camp misdeeds.
An absurdist comedy based on a true story, “Don’t Say Vagina!” is sure to knock your socks off, and maybe your pants too.
Created as a part of the work Marissa is doing to encourage female shame-resilience in sexuality, and creating more space for women in physical comedy on film.
A BraveMouse Production
Developed as Part of the Nine Muses Lab
at Nine Muses Entertainment
"Don't Say Vagina!" Official Trailer
"Back in New York, the Corkscrew Festival has gone online with the free 'Corkscrew 4.0,' which is a placeholder for an IRL edition in 2021.
The fest runs until Aug. 23 and offers interactive experiences inspired by the plays that would have had physical production had the world not gone to pot.
One event is billed as 'a party in a Google spreadsheet,' and our craving for theater is strong enough that it sounds awesome."
RIPPLES OF CHANGE BENEFIT CONCERT
New York University benefit concert to raise money for RAINN, the nation's leading anti-sexual violence organization hosted at the Nuyorican Poets Café.