Amy Dellagiarino is a playwright and screenwriter whose work has been produced across the country. Her play From the Perspective of a Canoewon the 2021 Stage Play Script Competition at the Austin Film Festival. Her play The Value of Moscow was nominated for a 2019 Stage Raw Award for Best Playwriting and was published through Stage Rights. Her comedy feature film Freelancers Anonymous won the 2018 NCGLFF Audience Award for Best Women’s Feature, was a recipient of the Frameline Completion Fund Award, and earned the Reframe Stamp for gender balanced media along with such films as The Favourite, Can You Ever Forgive Me, and Crazy Rich Asians. Her short plays have garnered the Best Comedy award in various festivals. She has participated in developmental readings of several of her plays with noted LA theatre companies such as Sacred Fools, Theatre of Note, Rogue Machine, and The Blank Theatre Company, and was a 2020 participant of Moving Arts Theatre's MADLab Play Development Series. She was a participant of the 2021 Kennedy Center Summer Playwrights Intensive as well as the resident playwright with Dark Horse Theatre Company in Virginia and a founding member of Walking Shadow Readers Theatre which focuses on new playwrights and new play development. She earned her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
New York University's Tisch School of the Arts BFA 2006 The Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive 2021
Playwriting Script Competition Winner: From the Perspective of a Canoe Austin Film Festival 2021 Best Comedy Winner: In Search of Plan A WSRT One Acts 2021 Semi-Finalist: From the Perspective of a Canoe Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2021 Best Playwriting Nominee: The Value of Moscow Stage Raw Awards 2019 Best Comedy Winner: The Misfit Mantra 2Cents Theatre INKFest 2018 Jury Award Winner: Best Women’s Feature Film: Freelancers Anonymous NCGL Film Festival 2018 ReFrame Stamp Winner: Freelancers Anonymous ReFrame 2018 Completion Fund Award Winner: Freelancers Anonymous Frameline 2017 Spirit of the Fringe Award Finalist: Break In Hollywood Fringe Festival 2016 1/2 Hour Comedy Pilot Writing Semi-Finalist: Just Be: An Emo Bromance SeriesFest 2015 (co-written with Leigh Poulos)
Plays. Full Lengths.
The Taste of Emeralds Reading - Walking Shadow Readers Theatre 2022 Workshop - Garage Theatre Ensemble 2021 From the Perspective of a Canoe Reading - Austin Film Festival 2021 Reading - Tuesdays@9 Los Angeles 2020 Hello, My Name Is… Reading - Best Medicine Rep 2021 Workshop - Moving Arts Theatre 2020 A Conversation Through the Bathroom Door Zoom Production - Bloomsburg University 2021 Zoom Production - Dark Horse Theatre 2020 Spirit Seekers Zoom Production - Dark Horse Theatre 2020 Dorm #5 Reading - Walking Shadow Readers Theatre 2020 Reading - The Blank Theatre 2018 Reading - Grey Theatre Ensemble 2016 The Value of Moscow Production - Dark Horse Theatre 2019 Production - Sacred Fools Theatre 2018 Reading - Sacred Fools Theatre 2017 Reading - Rogue Machine Theatre 2016 No Loitering Reading - Theatre of Note 2019 Clownfish Reading - Brimmer Street Theatre 2019 Break In Production - Hollywood Fringe Festival 2016 The Hostage Situation Reading - Tuesdays@9 Los Angeles 2016 Limbo (co-written with Leigh Poulos) Production - Monkey See Monkey Do Prodtions 2007
Plays. Shorts/One Acts.
The Most Precious Thing Production - Winding Road Theatre Ensemble 2022 Production - Anacostia Playhouse 2022 Production - Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre 2022 The Misfit Mantra Zoom Production - Walking Shadow Readers Theatre 2022 Production - 2Cents Theatre 2018 In Search of Plan A Zoom Production - Walking Shadow Readers Theatre 2021 Production - Arc Theatre 2015 Inhale and Exhale Production - 2Cents Theatre 2019 Production - Something Marvelous Theatre 2015
Films and Scripted Series.
In Search of Plan A Dramedy Short 2022 Employee of the Month Comedy Short 2020 The Convergence Sci-Fi Series 2018 Freelancers Anonymous Comedy Feature 2018
The Most Precious Thing Canyon Voices Literary Magazine 2022 The Value of Moscow Stage Rights 2019 13 Things I Wish I Could Tell My 21-Year-Old Self Collegehumor.com 2015 Jenny Morgan: Certified Genius Amazon.com 2015