Alida Rose Delaney is an interdisciplinary artist from Brooklyn. She is currently a member of The Wing & TGS Collective. Alida is also a collaborator & actor in the new developing play, Night Witches. She served as Co-Producer for Phase II's Regional Off-Broadway NY & VA tour (Hylton Performing Arts Center, The Muse, Dixon Place).
Selected theater credits include: RPT (Dir. Courtney Laine Self, 92Y Music Theater Development Lab); Messages (Dir. Matthew Gasda-Torn Page); World-Premiere of Charles Mee's Soot and Spit (Dir. Kim Weild-New Ohio Theatre); The Fall "Fringe Encores" (Dir. Jane Arnfield-SoHo Playhouse); & Boston's World-Premiere of Ouroboros Trilogy (Dir. Michael Counts-Cutler Majestic Theater). In Film/TV: The Red Feather, In A Sentimental Mood, Devour Me, The Knick, & Vinyl.
Alida has collaborated with internationally recognized artists: Alvin Booth, Paul B. Goode, Daniel Murtagh, & Jorge Tacla. As part of the 2016 NYS Pavilion New Ideas Competition, Alida & architect Cesar Juarez designed Pavilion Park, which was named the Queens Borough Winner. Her artwork has been featured in Constellation Magazine, the Queens Museum, the Hewitt Gallery of Art, & the George Billis Gallery in New York.
She received her BFA from Marymount Manhattan College, & was a recipient of the Dr. Rene Fortin & the George Farber awards.
On an upcoming exhibition in Italy
More information coming soon!
Under Courtney Laine Self & Stephen Cyr
Saturday, April 28th + Sunday, April 29th @ 8pm
Written & Directed by Alexia Salingaros (Tribeca Film Fest & SXSW filmmaker)
An injured ballet dancer who must exit the world of make-believe and hyperrealism in order to survive daily life.
Written & Directed by Michael S. Miller
Cinematography by Nicolas J. Capra
Written/Directed by: Christy Jones (Broadway's Philadelphia Here I Come)
4 Sisters gather on the eve of their older sister's wedding, to sing old songs; but the impending marriage brings to light each woman's anxiety about love, freedom, & happiness for their future life; sharpening long standing resentments between them.