Mariah [she/hers] is a young artist currently living in Philadelphia where she works as the Artistic Administrator for The Wilma Theater. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Mariah has passions in acting, dancing, choreography, and writing, and she enjoys combining all of these and creating new and exciting work.
An alumna of Vassar Collge, she relocated to Philly for the Arden Professional Apprenticeship. For several years, Mariah has been working as a teaching artist, most recently with Arden Drama School and Delaware Shakespeare. Mariah continues to pursue her passion for creating art that is accessible for all and provides opportunities for those otherwise underrepresented to have a voice.
Mariah is currently a member of Theatre Contra and a proud alumn of Arden Professional Apprenticeship Class 26!
Be sure to follow Mariah's poetry Instagram @mariah.g.poetry.
Mariah is currently working on several projects that she is very excited to share with everyone!
While COVID-19 has called for a time of isolation, many creatives have taken to the internet to find ways to continue teaching, storytelling, and sharing art. And Mariah has been a part of it every step of the way! See some of the great projects she's been apart of below.
Take a listen, watch, read, and enjoy!
Watch me read some of my poetry at the Contra Coffeehouse alongside some other talented artists! 4.24.20
Me and my good friend Tay Sconiers perform a quick scene that we adapted from Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Night Dream. 5.3.20
I've had the pleasure to be apart of Delaware Shakespeare's "Sonnet A Day" programming. Here I am dissecting and reading Sonnet 30. 4.29.20
Liz Filios created an amazing space for little ones to be enjoy art in the midst of a pandemic. On this episode, I run a quick and exciting game of Freeze Dance! 6.17.20
I've had the pleasure to be apart of Delaware Shakespeare's "Sonnet A Day" programming. Hear I am dissecting and reading Sonnet 66. 6.18.20
This short play/film hybrid is written and directed by my two friends, Jonathan Edmondson and Liz Crino, and is part of 2020 Queerly Festival @ FRIGID New York. I play one of four artists who is up for a prestigious grant.
I join my friend Jenna Kuerzi on her Jonny Depp movie review podcast, Depp Imact. We talk about Ledger's final film, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.