Susan Ferrara

Manhattan-based actor, writer; storyteller.

Next Up: Love, Time and Space Exploration (Shooting 4/10/17)


Coming soon: By the Grace of Fireflies (Sunday March 26th, 2017)

BY THE GRACE OF FIREFLIES is the 5th play of a 7-play cycle about the many lives directly and indirectly affected by one soldier’s tour of duty in Iraq and subsequent suicide. FIREFLIES follows Michelle as she grows increasingly concerned at the presence of a swarm of fireflies that appears in her yard following her ex’s suicide. When her new boyfriend reveals a secret regarding her ex, she must question what she’s holding on to and why.

Directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker
Performed by Brandon Jones, Chiara Motley, Susan Ferrara17190991_10104020671139823_7237061754800191330_n-1, and Scott Casper


Coming soon: Bridesburg


Next up: Monday 2/27/17 7pm at New Dramatists for a public reading of Matthew Freeman’s The Starving Dress, a new play


FEB 27 2017 – 7:00PM

  • 424 West 44th Street (between 9th and 10th Avenues)

When a woman in a red dress becomes aware that she is in sealed, liminal world, she searches her scattered memory and the fractious tribes that form around her for answers and, perhaps, a path to freedom.

All public events at New Dramatists are FREE. Reservations are required. Please call 212-757-6960 or click here to reserve your seats!

The Starving Dress is directed by Jessi Hill and features 26 actors, including Sol Crespo, Marguerite Stimpson, Megan Hill, Susan Ferrara, Moira Stone, Tracey Gilbert, Amanda Jones, Stacey Raymond, Leah Raymond, Christy Escobar, Katherine Gooch-Breault, Erin Anderson, Lynda Kennedy, Sara Thigpen, Rebecca Gray Davis, Kelley O’D, Julia Sirna-Frest, Renata Friedman, Sarah K. Lippmann, Josephine Stewart, Shelley Fort, Arielle Yoder, Sofia Agave Wasserman-Smith, Tammi Clayton, Charlotte La Nasa, and Danielle O’Farrell


Next up: Alexandria by Vince Gatton

Queer Plays reading: ALEXANDRIA by Vince Gatton

Posted by MB – February 2, 2017



Join us for the first play of Project Y Theatre’s 2017 reading series: Queer Plays this on Sunday, February 12th at 7pm at the ART/NY Bruce Mitchell Room (520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor).


by Vince Gatton

directed by Jordana Williams

Sunday February 12th at 7pm

ART/NY 520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor, Bruce Mitchell Room



The reading will feature the acting talents of Tyrone Davis, Susan Ferrara, Matthew Freeman, Russell Jordan, and Jane Titus.


In a small town library in the Deep South, the two librarians share an unlikely close friendship, despite being on opposite sides of the gay marriage debate and culture war. But when a young runaway, global events, and the Sweep of Human History come crashing through their front door, what will it take for that friendship to survive?


Vince Gatton 1886 Mike Connor(1)



Vince Gatton is an New York-based actor and writer. He was recently nominated for a Desert Star award for his performance of Doug Wright’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 35-character solo play I Am My Own Wife at Coachella Valley Rep, which he previously performed at Barrington Stage Company and for Two Turns Theatre Company. He received a Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Play in David Johnston’s Candy and Dorothy. Other notables: Cock at the Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca; Fully Committed at Barrington Stage; The Temperamentals at New World Stages, standing by for Michael Urie; Exquisite Potential for Project Rushmore; and The Americans and Johnston’s Busted Jesus Comix with Blue Coyote Theater Group. A founding board member of New York Shakespeare Exchange, he has appeared in NYSX’s Titus Andronicus, King John, The Sonnet Project, and many ShakesBEER Pub Crawls. His first full-length play, Wake, was a semifinalist for PlayPenn 2016; his short In The Whole History of Hi-Q was a finalist for the 2015 Short Playwriting Award at the City Theatre in Miami; and his short Jam won Best Play in the 2015 LIC Short Play Festival at the Secret Theatre. He once lived the trivia nerd’s dream by appearing on Jeopardy. (He didn’t win.)


JW headshot



Jordana Williams (Director) Directing credits for Gideon Productions include Universal Robots at The Sheen Center, The Honeycomb Trilogy at The Gym at Judson (NY Times and Time Out NY Critics’ Picks, The Guardian’s “Top Ten New York Theatre of 2015”), Asymmetric at 59E59 (Time Out NY Critics’ Pick), Kill Shakespeare at HERE and NY Comic Con, Frankenstein Upstairs at the Secret Theatre (NY Magazine Approval Matrix: “Highbrow/Brilliant”), Ligatur e Marks at The Brick Theatre and Fringe Festival tour, Viral at SoHo Playhouse (FringeNYC Outstanding Production of a Play), Hail Satan at the Culture Project, The First Annual St. Ignatius Chanukah Pageant (Theatre Row), and three seasons with the Vampire Cowboys’ genre-bending Saturday Night Saloon. Numerous readings, developmental workshops, and such with Flux Theatre Ensemble, Ground UP Productions, Boomerang Theatre Company, The 24 Hour Plays, Retro Productions, The Brick, Wide Eyed Productions, and more. Member, Indie Theater Hall of Fame. Co-Artistic Director, Gideon Productions.



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