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410 Days Later" published by Smith and Kraus

410 Days Later will be included an the anthology, 105 Five-Minute Plays for Study and Performance, edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler. Tentative publication date August, 2016.



Producer of "How You Can Save the World!"

A new podcast about the simple steps anyone can take to help save the environment.  Created by Barbara Edelman, everyday world saver.

Available now iTunes




The Recent

Welcome to The Fall: Top 12 Finalist at The Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival

Selected from 1,500 submissions, 30 playwrights will presented their plays during the week-long OOB Festival held August 9 - 14 at the East 13th Street Theater, NYC (Classic Stage Company).

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Asheville’s National 10-Minute Play Contest 

Paper Pusher
A ten minute play
By Angela Santillo
Directed by Dani Keil

LEAD Productions (Asheville, NC)
April 7-9th


Wrote for NY Madness' first all-woman line-up

The collective works by all the writers form a kaleidoscope of this cultural moment focused through the theme, which is announced just one week before the show. 

Women's Project Theater at McGinn/Cazale Theatre
Monday, February 22nd at 8:00pm


Performed in staged reading of Teresa Carson's The Congress of Human Oddities. 

In the summer of 1863, during the bloodiest period in the Civil War, a sideshow pitches its tents in Paradise, Ohio. Through poetry that ranges from dramatic monologues to historical accounts, the social environment of this tumultuous time in American history is recounted by sideshow oddities, townspeople, soldiers and their loved ones.

Directed by Lillian Meredith

Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street, NYC
February 26th at 6pm




Welcome to the Fall at Communal Spaces: A Garden Play Festival

Credit: Todd Backus

Credit: Todd Backus

Welcome to The Fall
by Angela Santillo
directed by Christine Zagrobelny

1973: A smokejumper crash lands on the property of the world’s first meteor strike survivor.
Today: Your tour guide is about to lose her mind.

September 12-27, 2015 Green Oasis Garden (East 8th Street btw Avenues C and D)




Featured in Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project

Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project is a portrait and sound installation which seeks to bring visibility to playwrights who identify as female. Through portraits and podcasts, they are bringing awareness to what remains to be widely seen and heard.

Photography and concept by Jody Christopherson
Sound design by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert

Exhibit showing at Dixon Place thru September 23rd





Finalist for the 2015-2015 Jerome Fellowship

Know How premieres in NYC, LA, and available for download

A supporting role in a film written and acted by youth in foster care based on the stories of their lives.

Released on May 15th in NY and LA, May 27th on Pivot channel.

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Faulted: world premier at foolsFURY Theater

The mighty San Andreas fault line has woken up and his eyes are set on Los Angeles, a city of sunshine, freeways, and an earth empath named Aurora.  Sitting in her trailer, Aurora knows a quake is coming.  Dogs won't stop barking, all the fault lines are fighting, and if she could only convince a grad student from Cal Tech that her predictions are right, she just might survive "The Big One."

By Angela Santillo
Directed by Evren Odcikin

November 13–December 6, 2014
Thick House, San Francisco
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