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The Winged Man

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AFI DIRECTING WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN
THE WINGED MAN
| Screenplay by José Rivera With Ana Ortiz

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"A beautifully shot film...Awesome..." - The Daily Contributor


The Model Apartment

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Geffen Playhouse | The Model Apartment | by Donald Margulies

"Director Marya Mazor gets complex emotional performances from her talented cast. Marks is superb as Debby, both victim and monster, in a brilliant performance"— Stage Raw
"Skilllfully acted by its superb cast... the show also benefits from Marya Mazor's firm, deft direction" — TotalTheatre.com
"GO!… plays out with great delicacy under Marya Mazor's direction" — LA Weekly

Photo credit: Geffen Playhouse production of The Model Apartment. Jeff Lorch Photography


Pure Confidence

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Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble | Pure Confidence | by Carlyle Brown

"Director Marya Mazor has breathed life into Carlyle Brown's script… an extraordinary tale… a true ensemble piece" — Broadwayworld
"the most purely entertaining (and elucidating and emotionally powerful) show in town"— StageScene LA
"A splendid production" The Los Angeles Post
Magnificent…I cannot but praise director Mazor"— Night Tinted Glasses
"Brilliant. Masterly direction." — Theatre Spoken Here


Ivy & Bean, The Musical

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South Coast Repertory Theatre | Ivy & Bean, The Musical | Book, music and lyrics by Scott Elmegreen
Based on the books by Annie Barrows
Illustrated by Sophie Blackall


Out of Our Father's House

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Edinburgh Fringe Festival | Out of Our Father's House | Story by Eve Merriam

a "quietly but irresistibly persuasive reminder that herstory is part of history…smoothly directed" — The Stage
"a remarkably well-staged play filled with strong, inspiring women, this production is a must" — The Student
"profound a resonant, from a mop and bucket wielding army of women to a spine-chilling moment of pure theatricality." — The List
"an enlightening performance" — The Scotsman


That Pretty, Pretty… or the Rape Play

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Son of Semele Theater | That Pretty, Pretty… or the Rape Play | by Sheila Callaghan

"A high octane production...vividly imagined by Mazor in a precision staging" — LA Weekly
"Director Marya Mazor is up to the challenge of the play." — Stage Raw


The Goat

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Chance Theater | The Goat | by Edward Albee

"A Superlative production...stellar in every particular...a pitch-perfect staging." -LA Times, Critic's Choice
"scaldingly funny" -Critic's Pick- BackStage
"A world-class production" -Orange County Register
"A Smash Hit! Exceptional" -Yahoo Associated Content
"Crisply Executed and Fully Professional" -OC-Weekly


The Dragon Play

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Chance Theater | The Dragon Play | by Jenny Connell Davis

"starkly haunting and richly rewarding... Magnificent to behold"
-Orange County Register

"inventive direction" -StageScene LA

"solid performances" -Orange Curtain Review


The English Bride

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The Road Theatre | The English Bride | by Lucile Lichtblau

"Marya Mazor boldly addresses her material. A well-paced staging, striking projection design." -LA Times
"Recommended! Superb acting magnifies the already swelling tension."
-Stage Raw
"Riveting! Superlative performances, directed with brilliant intensity."
-Theatre Spoken Here
"Deeply stirring! Profound!" -Tolucan Times


Aladdin

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Disney Cruise Lines - Disney Fantasy | Aladdin

"an ambitious undertaking with several production numbers, grand entrances, pyrotechnics, many costume changes and creative special effects, punctuated by a flying carpet scene that soars"
-Orlando Sentinel


Time Stands Still

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Chance Theater | Time Stands Stills | by Donald Margulies

"...Mazor exploits the tension and strained relations between people who have allowed their professional and personal lives to commingle, and her splendid cast members realize the Tony Award-nominated play's full potential."-OC Register
"Donald Margulies' intelligent, perceptive, often funny, always compelling Time Stands Still, now getting a superb Orange County Premiere at Anaheim's Chance Theater with crackerjack director Marya Mazor assuredly at the helm." -StageSceneLA
"I'd advise you to put The Chance Theatre revival on your must-see list. You're going to miss one of the better shows of the year if you don't." -Examiner.com
"one of the most stunning and thought-provoking theater experiences of its time.-Angela Hatcher, Fullerton Observer


Mad_Forest

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Open Fist Theatre Company | Mad Forest | by Caryl Churchill

"a transporting production...a singular directorial vision"-Hollywood Reporter
"a solid production... Director Marya Mazor has done a terrific job" -Backstage
"a riveting and worthy trip to the Mad Forest...Mazor's production skirts sensationalism and never bombards us with bloody bodies; her choice to embrace the subtlety of the piece richly pays off." -StageandCinema.com
". . . wowza, does Open Fist Theatre Company know how to produce it, bringing the structurally unwieldy, big-cast, part-foreign language script to vivid life...an amazing cast" -Arts in LA
"100% SWEET" - Bitter Lemons


Overlooked

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Chance Theater | Overlooked | by Brian Nelson

"Despite the sleek, chic look of visual elements, it's Mazor's quintet of actors, and what she does with them, that get this darkly cynical comedy flying high." -Backstage
"outstanding staging" -OC Register
"incisive direction" -Stage Scene LA
"Marya Mazor's staging is an intriguing piece of performance art all by itself"-LA Stage Times


Dead Man's Cell Phone

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Cal State Fullerton | Dead Man's Cell Phone | by Sarah Ruhl


Nerve

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Chance Theater | Nerve | by Adam Szymkowicz

"delightful" -OC Register
"WOW!" -StageScene LA
"Mazor allows the evening's events to unfold in a stylized, semi-surreal way that nonetheless rings of reality" -BackStage


Goliath

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Open Fist Theatre | GOLIATH | by Karen Hartman

"Exceptional...One of the Highlights of 2009"
- L.A. STAGE WATCH


The BFG

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The Lewis Family Playhouse | The BFG | by David Wood, adapted from the book by Roald Dahl


The Fall and Repentance of Mary

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Voice & Vision Theater | The Fall and Repentance of Mary | by Hrotswitha


Fire Dance

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Voice & Vision Theater | Firedance | by Chiori Miyagawa

"Fiercely evocative"
- The Village Voice


Jocasta

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Voice & Vision Theater | JOCASTA | by Hélène Cixous and Ruth Schonthal


Day Standing on Its Head

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Berkeley Repartory Theatre | Day Standing on Its Head | by Philip Kan Gotanda

"A beautifully staged fantasia"
- San Francisco Examiner

"A breathtaking dream"
- San Francisco Chronicle


Mirrors Remembered

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New York Stage & Film | Mirrors Remembered | by Cary Wong

"Staged with tremendous elegance and vibrance"
- Poughkeepsie Journal

"Spectacular and risk taking"
- Harlem Valley Times


Zel Rebels

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The Public Theater | Zel Rebels | one-woman show by Ellen Hulkower

"Feisty and Fresh"
- The New York Times


The Winged Man

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Ramapo College | Vinegar Tom | by Caryl Churchill

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