Ashley is directing a production of Vladimir Mayakovsky’s The Bedbug for Medicine Show Theatre in New York City. The original play features over 100 actors in 9 scenes in 9 different locations; Ashley does it all with just 9 actors and 1 set. Tickets on sale now! Come see this rarely staged 1928 play that Read More …
You can hear Ashley’s voice in This is Not a Theatre Company’s Subway Plays, a site specific audio play you can download to your smart phone for $2.99 and listen to while riding the NYC subway! N, 7 or L trains only.
Ashley directed Elizabeth Wine in her one woman show, I’m Mindful…of My Anxiety, back for a limited engagement run on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm through October 14th, 2017 at the Medicine Show Theatre in New York City.
Time Out New York Magazine has listed Gay Boy, the show Ashley is directing as part of the Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City, running September 6th – 17th, 2017. Click HERE for tickets.
Ashley will be directing award-winning Scottish playwright JD Stewart in the world premiere of his one man show, Gay Boy, as part of the Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City in New York City. Performances begin on September 6th, 2017. Click HERE to purchase tickets.
At 7:30pm on May 11th, 2017, Ashley will direct a staged reading of JD Stewart’s Fluidity Part One: Movement at NYU TISCH School of the Arts at 721 Broadway in the Goldberg Theatre on the 7th floor. Please contact her directly if you would like to RSVP for the event.
Chasing Taste, the movie Ashley produced and acted in, is now available for rent or purchase on Amazon. If you have Amazon Prime, you can stream it for FREE! Chasing Taste is the “Best Comedy” winner of the Manhattan Film Festival and the Burbank International Film Festival.
Ashley will direct the world premiere of Elizabeth Wine’s one woman show, I’m Mindful…of My Anxiety at the Medicine Show Theatre May 1st-6th at 7:30pm in New York City.
On the heels of her New York Times mention, the New York Theatre Review says of Ashley’s performance in This is Not a Theatre Company’s Pool Play, “Ashley Wren Collins is terrifically withering as an over-privileged woman from Scottsdale, Arizona who never actually swims in her own pool, but is paranoid that the neighborhood teens Read More …
The Friday, March 24th, 2017 issue of The New York Times cited Ashley’s performance in the review of This is Not a Theatre Company’s Pool Play, saying, “I found myself wishing for more use of watercraft, more dances that tap the ensemble and — after Ashley Wren Collins’s gentle rendition of the R.E.M. song ‘Nightswimming’ Read More …