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Marcy Lovitch | Playwright
Marcy Lovitch
Marcy Lovitch | Playwright


Marcy Lovitch wrote and acted in her one-woman show, Dirty Laundry in which she played various members of a dysfunctional suburban NJ Jewish family. Dirty Laundry was performed in the first and second New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), at New York’s Independent Art HERE, the Womankind Festival of One-Woman Shows (One Dream Theater, NYC) and Philadelphia's Womenspeak Festival (Walnut Street Studio Theater).  Her plays, A Brooklyn Romance and Ode to Brad (co-writer) premiered at Ensemble Studio Theater. Other plays include A Hollywood Ending (developed at Primary Stages’ Einhorn School of Performing Arts, ESPA), The Girl With No Mazel and screenplays,

Rini’s 40thBirthday and Media Darling.


Marcy attended Temple University in Philadelphia where she received a B.A. in journalism with a concentration on magazine writing and editing.  As a freelance journalist, her articles have appeared in GlamourMarie ClaireEssenceGood HousekeepingLadies’ Home Journal, Family CircleModern Bride and more. Currently, she is a contributing editor for Member of Actors’ Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA and The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc.

Aimee Todoroff | Director
Aimee Todoroff
Aimee Todoroff | Director


Aimee is an award winning New York City based director and actor. She performed in the Obie Award winning production Off Stage - the East Village Fragments with Peculiar Works Project, and directed Green for the Metropolitan Playhouse’s Obie Award winning 2010-2011 Season. She has directed new plays at Primary Stages, The Living Theatre, HERE Arts Center, Writopia Labs, The Westside Theatre, Guild Hall and elsewhere, premiering new works by Cusi Cram, Daisy Foote, and Chris Harcum, including Green, We Haven’t Told Anyone About This, Rabbit Island, and American Gun Show for the indie theatre company Elephant Run District. In addition to developing new work, Aimee had directed several plays by Bertolt Brecht for Elephant Run District’s popular Brecht in the Parkseries.


Aimee received her MFA in Directing from Southampton Arts, studying with Marsha Norman, Nick Mangano, Rinde Eckert and Joanna Merlin, among others. This spring, Aimee workshopped a new play by Halley Feiffer at Guild Hall for the John Drew Theatre Lab, and in 2016, she will helm a new adaptation of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler, conceived by Triad Stage’s Artistic Director Preston Lane. Aimee was the Assistant Director under the director John Rando and the playwright David Ives for Classic Stage Company’s production of The Heir Apparent.

Design Team


Set Design:   Sandy Yaklin | Bad Sandy Set Design

Sound Design:   Daniel Spitaliere
Lighting Design:   Joshua Benghiat
Costume Design:   Deanna R Frieman

Advertising & Communications:   JUSTB*TCHUP Creative Studio

Design team


Technical Director:   Doug Mills

Assistant Technical Director:   Justin Cave

Stage Manager:   Shanjala Irving

Assistant Stage Manager:   Lauren Contard

Props Master:   Kate Mulhauser

Director of Marketing:   Geraldine Buchanan

Publicity:   Jim Randolph

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