TEENAGERS: THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY: Carry the Zero by Christopher Sullivan
Arielle Goldman is a recent graduate and MFA recipient from the New York University Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Department. Upcoming: playing Genevieve Everidge on season 2 of The Knick on Cinemax. Off-Broadway: the world premier of Winners by Maggie Bofill at The Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Long Christmas Dinner at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall directed by Jonathan Rosenberg. Other Credits Include: Juliet in The Romeo and Juliet Project directed by Vivienne Benesch at The Chautauqua Theatre Festival, Becket at The Gene Frankel Theatre, Nina in The Seagull directed by Richard Feldman as part of the three year Chekhov project at NYU, Mrs. Daldry in In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play directed by Tazewell Thompson at NYU, the premier of Girl on Girl, a boxing play by Lucas Hnath at NYU, and Waiting for Lefty directed by Scott Illingworth at NYU. As well as a one woman show titled “To Life, L’Chaim!” written, directed and performed by Arielle about Edith Lowy’s survival during The Holocaust. Arielle is a proud mentor and member of the 52nd Street Project in NYC and a member of Clown Gym led by Julia Proctor.