Theatre: Written by Deborah Louise Ortiz
"When two women with completely different lifestyles meet and bond while doing their weekly wash, it leads to lots of Dirty Laundry. Deborah Louise Ortiz has written a play with a heart and the results are both humorous and touching."
-- Back Stage
Written by Deborah Louise Ortiz and Carlos J. Serrano.
This collaboration of vignettes address the comedy and tragedy that lie in the difficulties of obtaining and maintaining love in a city full of temptations, distractions and emotional baggage.
from L to R: Lisa Edwards, Sal Foto, Andrea DiVincenzo, Nicole Arvin, Robert McKay, Aida Angotti, Fidel Vicioso
Written by Deborah Louise Ortiz
A moving one-woman piece that takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride through the life of Violet, a young girl
from the Bronx. Witness the awkward shifting of a young woman struggling with the painful realities of physical, sexual, and mental abuse, and her own abuse of alcohol and drugs as a means of coping. As Violet’s life changes, so do her attitude, her loves, her experiences, and her clothing.