The Lady Doth Protest

SoHo Shakespeare Company/The Mechanicals

SoHo Shakespeare Company, The Mechanicals Theater Co., and Teatro LATEA join forces for The Lady Doth Protest - a socio-political theatrical event highlighting the contributions of womxn to arts, politics, and culture. This will be an invigorating weekend of theater and conversation featuring some of NYC's most talented actors and exciting special guests - change makers in the fields of politics, public service, and the arts.

Friday, April 3 - Sunday, April 5

Ticket information  coming soon!

Transgressions

Columbia University School of the Arts

After being diagnosed with breast cancer and abandoned by their (now ex-)fiancée, nonbinary poet Jess - played by Taylor - is struggling to make ends meet and care for themself in their formerly-idyllic home. When they receive an unexpected visit from college ex Val, it seems like they finally may have gotten the much-needed help they've so desperately craved. But old habits die hard, and Jess must discern the best route forward towards healing their life and themself.

Transgressions is a new play written by Columbia University School of the Arts second-year MFA candidate A.A. Brenner  and directed by Columbia University School of the Arts second-year directing student Colm Summers.

Thursday, March 12 - Saturday, March 14

Tickets available at http://cutransgressions.eventbrite.com/

*Please note that Transgressions contains some nudity (toplessness). Additional content warnings: cancer, self-harm.

Next to Normal

Intrepid Theatre Company

Directed by Cassidy Layton, this innovative, modern, site-specific production of Next to Normal deliberately bends genders, rules, and expectations. 

How has discourse surrounding mental health changed since Next to Normal debuted in 2008? What does it mean to inject this already complex story with blatant queerness? To that, we of the cast and crew say - why not make like Dr. Madden and Dr. Fine, and ~examine~ these questions with us?

Friday, January 10 - Sunday, January 19

For tickets and further information, please reach out to Taylor directly.

The Stray

The Rebel Playhouse

The conflict between wolves and humans has existed for years. Can an unlikely friendship mend the rift between them? This new folk musical by Arif Silverman delves into love, loss, and the power of understanding, and shows us that growing pains can lead to remarkable change.

 

The Stray is presented by The Rebel Playhouse with the Theater at the 14th Street Y, and is recommended for theatregoers age 5 and up.

Saturday, September 28th - Sunday, October 6th

Tickets available at The 14th Street Y's website

Hootenanny Twelfth Night

Corkscrew Theater Festival

"Shall we set about some revels?"

Taylor will be corrupting words as FESTE in this folk-inspired reimagining of Shakespeare's wistful play of festivity, loss, and love. Helmed by director and Corkscrew Theater Festival co-founder Thomas Kapusta, the lively ensemble transports the comedy to a kitchen parlor in Hardwick, Vermont. Hootenanny Twelfth Night invites the audience to join in fifty years of LeCours family music-making tradition, inspired by the American folk revival, their Québécois roots, and the joy derived from performing together.

 

When words fail, it’s music that lets us love in mourning, mourn while celebrating, and celebrate being in love.

Saturday, July 13th - Friday, July 28th

Tickets available at www.corkscrewfestival.org/downstairs

Starter

Independent film project

Taylor joins forces with James Kautz to capture a gripping, metaphysical story about the aftermath of trauma.

 

What can we run from? What do we run towards? How are our present fears and hopes informed by our past experiences? 

Shoots summer 2019.

Armor as Strong

New York Shakespeare Exchange

Taylor joins Ross Williams and Cristina Lundy of the New York Shakespeare Exchange as a co-curator of NYSX's next Freestyle Lab, wherein actors from New York's trans/gender non-conforming community will explore Shakespeare's best known soldiers.

The performance will be followed by a town hall conversation about society's understanding of gender identity, and how our limitations can lead to broken and inhumane policies. What truly makes a soldier? Why are names and pronouns are so vitally important? How can visibility in art be a catalyst for change?

Tuesday, May 28, 7pm at the 53rd Street Library Theater
This is a free event.

The Sisters

SoHo Shakespeare Company

"When foul is fair, can we face what’s in the darkness?"

Taylor is delighted to work with the indomitable SoHo Shakespeare Company as they present the World Premiere of "The Sisters," a beautiful and moving adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

 

“The Sisters” is adapted and written by Alexander Pepperman and directed by Morgan Sullivan, and will make its debut on May 16th at The Latea Theater at The Clemente.

Thursday, May 16 - Sunday, June 3rd

Tickets available at www.sohoshakes.com

Charlotte's Web

TheatreWorks USA

Taylor steps into the shoes - all eight of them! - of everyone's favorite web-slinging, word-weaving spider for TheatreWorks USA's remount of the beloved children's classic, Charlotte's Web.

October 2018 - December 2019

Check TheatreWorks USA's website for dates, locations, and more information.

Poets Are The Destroyers

The Theatre Collective

A love story to Brooklyn, Poets Are The Destroyers explores the trials and tribulations of millennial poets.

Taylor takes on the role of Emily, a young, queer, Midwestern photographer navigating Brooklyn's sunny streets and smoke-filled apartments for the very first time.

 

Executive Produced by Nancy Pop, Sam T. Wilson, and Jonas Kyle. Directed by Nancy Pop. Director of Photography Sam T. Wilson. Written by: J.C. Hopkins.

©2020 by TAYLOR MARIE RASMUSSEN