Ashley will direct actress/playwright Jennifer Joy in her one woman show, The Chaos Theory of Now as part of the Dream Up Festival at Theater for the New City in Manhattan in September 2019.
Ashley Wren Collins will direct playwright/performer Jennifer Joy in her one-woman show, THE CHAOS THEORY OF NOW, at 7:30pm at Dixon Place in New York City on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 as part of the HOT! Festival.
Ashley Wren Collins is set to direct a staged reading of playwright JD Stewart’s One Twenty-One at the Kraine Theater in New York City at 4pm and 7pm on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, as part of the Queerly Festival. The reading stars Paul Pontrelli, Patricia R. Floyd and Rashad Edwards. Read more on BroadwayWorld!
Check out Ashley on set for a 1980s themed commercial!
Ashley is directing playwright/performer JD Stewart in his one man show, Gay Boy, as part of the 2019 Frigid Festival at the Kraine Theater in New York City. Performances are February 20th at 8:50pm, February 24th at 6:50pm, March 1st at 5:10pm, March 4th at 8:50pm, and March 9th at 1:40pm. Contact Ashley for a Read More …
Ashley will direct an excerpt of Lori Fischer’s Land Grab as part of the Women Center Stage Festival at Culture Project in New York City. Featuring Dan Domingues, Tom Green and Hugh Sinclair. Purchase your tickets now for Series B on Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th at 7:00pm. PM Ashley for a discount Read More …
Ashley recently recorded voice-over campaigns for Baby + Co, New York Presbyterian Hospital, IHOP and SK-II.
Ashley’s short story, “Aunt Maryann Was Stolen,” was recently published in Cosmonauts Avenue.
Ashley is thrilled to be directing and co-producing the short film, The Aftertaste, currently being shot on location in Nashville, TN with country star Phil Vassar and actress and screenwriter Lori Fischer.
Yet another rave review for Vladimir Mayakovsky’s The Bedbug, which Ashley directed at Medicine Show Theatre! Running now through May 6th. Email Ashley for a discount code. Click here for tickets! “…Being able to see this early Soviet-era Futurist play is astounding enough, that it holds the stage with such clarity and theatrical punch the Read More …