Andrada Angileri is a recent graduate from SUNY Purchase with a Bachelor's, majoring in Theatre and Performance and minoring in Playwriting. She is an actor, playwright based in NYC and has recently become interested in social media marketing. Having been known to have a flair for the dramatics, Andrada has dedicated her life to telling stories that often get swept under the rug, whether it be through performance or the written word. The content of her work that she focuses on is childhood trauma, familial abuse, the concept of memory, and how trauma can affect one's memory. When she is not focusing on theatre work, she enjoys writing novels, creating worlds on the Sims 4, cooking up a mean chicken parm, and watching the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" as many times as humanly possible. Andrada can be reached via email: email@example.com or via Instagram: @andradaangileri
Starting in the fall, Andrada will be attending the Terry Knickerbocker Studio's Two-Year Conservatory program for acting training.
In the winter of 1918, Nellie Price is awaiting the return of her husband, Charles Price, from his time at war so that she may host a special dinner party. However, Charles' best friend, Edwin Eckley, arrives early with his own personal agenda for how he feels the reunion should take place.
An empty subway car. One in the morning. A melting cake. Bridget Osbourne decides to strike up a conversation with Robert Goodman, but her intentions are much more than meets the eye.
After the death of his best friend, ten-year-old Aidan Harris tries to cope with the grief but struggles with making sense of the situation.
While planning his son's 16th birthday, Michael Warren is reminded of a family tragedy he wishes to forget. However, when he brings it up to his relatives... no one can seem to tell the same story of what happened to his baby brother.
This play is an accumulation of the playwright's relationship with her father, spanning over twenty years to tell her side of the story and why she was faced with the decision to cut him out of her life.
After spending the night celebrating Molly's 30th birthday, Alan and Molly return to their apartment to unwind, but not everything is as it seems.
Irina Kauffman is transported to a place where, in an attempt to remember her childhood memories, she must come face to face with the darkest parts within herself.
A few years before the events of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, Clara Lemlich leads a group of women in a protest to fight against the terrible working conditions that they have been put under in hopes that a tragedy such as the Factory fire will not occur.
"Late, Late, A Very Important..." was selected to be published in Feels Blind Literary Magazine's Issue #6 coming out in July. The issue can be accessed via their website: feelsblindliterary.com
"Late, Late, A Very Important..." was selected for a recorded performance at the POV Festival, hosted by the Playwriting/Screenwriting program at SUNY Purchase College, premiering on April 17th, 2021. This performance was directed by Andres Vasquez with Mary Goff as Irina Kauffman, Alexander Osani as VHS, Natalie Bogach as Porcelain Doll, Seth Thompson as Sunken Mattress, and Sara Meade as Marianne Kauffman. The recording of this play can be found on Andrada's YouTube channel: Andrada Angileri.
"We All Fall Down" was performed from March 26th- March 27th, 2021, at SUNY Purchase College as Andrada Angileri's senior capstone project. The cast included Andrada Angileri as Nellie Price, John Richard Mateyko as Edwin Eckley, Kaira Rivera as Frieda, Anya Febus-Fernandez as Harriet Price, and Jesse Dickersin as Irving Price. The full recorded production can be found on Andrada Angileri's YouTube Channel: 'Andrada Angileri.'