Allie Costa
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Allie Costa is a Los Angeles-based actress working in film, TV, theatre, and voiceover. She can usually be found on a set, in a theatre, or in a secondhand bookstore. She always has energy to burn and a song to sing. When not performing the works of others, she's writing her own. Occasionally, she sleeps.

Watch Allie's demo reel here or on IMDb.

COMING ATTRACTIONS

• Allie was featured in the May issue of Backstage, both the print edition and online. Read the interview!

• On Monday, May 25th, Glitter and Smoke will be seen at Camden People's Theatre in London as part of You Are Already Dead. Get tickets!

• On Saturday, May 30th, Femme Noir will be performed by Ammunition Theatre Company at Art Share L.A. Set in 1944, Femme Noir revolves around a female private investigator hired by a notorious nightclub owner. Written by Allie Costa and directed by Michael Bernardi, the play features Karla Mosley, Ari Boyland, Julie Bersani, Tina Huang, and Yara Martinez. Get tickets!

• On June 4th, Allie will perform in Got Musical, a concert of excerpts from new musicals, at The Colony Theatre. Learn more and get tickets!

• Two of Allie's super-short plays, We Can Be Heroes and Dissolution, have been selected for Gi60 2015 and will be performed June 11th-13th at the New Workshop Theatre at Brooklyn College. All proceeds from ticket sales will support the scholarship fund for undergraduate theater majors at Brooklyn College. Get tickets!

• Two more of Allie's one-minute plays, Anniversary and Sock It to Me, have been selected for Gi60 #NextGen. #NextGen will have two shows: Friday, June 12th at 8 PM at the Tantrum Theatre in Brooklyn, then Saturday, June 13th at 2 PM at the New Workshop Theatre at Brooklyn College. Get tickets!

• On June 14th, three of Allie's original pieces, Coffee and Cocoa, Other People, and Anniversary, will be performed at the Manhattan Theatre Club as part of Flashfest 2015, produced by Playsmiths. Get tickets!

• Allie's play Little Swan, a Pas de Deux will have a reading this July at Ophelia in London as part of East End Literary Salon. Inspired by the life of prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, Little Swan was published in Best of PlayGround Los Angeles 2014 and is available for licensing through PlayGround.

Femme Noir will be produced in Maryland by Silver Spring Stage in August. Auditions will be held in June. Stay tuned.

Glitter and Smoke has been selected for the Lady Bits Project, taking place in New Jersey later this year.

• Allie plays Beethoven's first student (and first love) in For Elise. The film, currently in production, involves both motion capture and voiceover work.

MAY 2015

Glitter and Smoke was selected for Makeshift Broadcast and performed in Glasgow by Clare Marcie.

APRIL 2015

• Allie played Sophie in New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, a powerful new musical written by Joel Bailey, Jake Anthony, and Patricia Zehentmayr and directed by Matthew Tyler. The show addressed hate crimes that happen all too often in our communities and in high schools.

Faking Glory had its world premiere production in Louisiana as one of six plays selected for Outworks. Written by Allie Costa and directed by Carter Dean, the play featured Hannah Dougharty as Marija and Dexter Ellis as Carlos.

• Allie sang the title role of Mary Marie at Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles as part of Musi-Cal. Mary Marie is a coming-of-age story set in the 1920s. The musical was written by Chana Wise and Carl Johnson, adapted from the novel by Eleanor H. Porter, author of Pollyanna.

• Allie booked and shot a fun film in which she plays a tap dancer who accidentally goes to a hip hop audition.

• Allie's plays Little Swan, Nebulous Fix, and Listening in the Library were presented at Wheaton Drama in Chicago, directed by Toria Hollyn.

• Allie's original monologue Glitter and Smoke was performed at Shetler Studios in New York as part of I Don't Belong Here. Produced by Adaptive Arts Theater Company, a non-profit group working to fuse the gap between disability and the arts, this production is part of their ongoing efforts to bring awareness to stories and voices missing from the stage.

Glitter and Smoke was selected for National Flash-Fiction Day's FlashFlood.

MARCH 2015

• Keep your eyes peeled: Allie is in an anti-smoking commercial that's currently airing as part of the popular #LeftSwipeDat campaign.

You Me & Her was screened at POWFest in Portland. In this funny film, Anna (Shannon Woodward of Raising Hope) runs into alternate versions of herself. Allie plays the teen version of Anna; Tina Majorino (Veronica Mars) plays Anna's roommate. The movie was written and directed by Sarah Doyle. Watch the trailer.

In the Heist was selected for PlayGround-LA and had a staged reading at the Zephyr Theatre in Hollywood. Written by Allie Costa and directed by Jim Kleinmann, this madcap comedy featured Paris McCarthy, Sydney Miller, Roland Ruiz, and Wayne Stribling Jr as would-be thieves.

FEBRUARY 2015

• Allie played Paige in A Knight at the Museum at the ASCAP/DreamWorks musical workshop in Los Angeles.

• Allie booked an anti-smoking commercial for the #LeftSwipeDat campaign. The spot began airing at the end of February.

• Allie's comedy The Intervention Will Be Televised had a reading at Play Club West in Hollywood.

• Allie's play Two Girls was selected for the Unheard Festival, produced by Goblin Baby at The Bread & Roses Theatre in London. This haunting duologue was performed by Louise Nicolson and Grace Edwards, directed by Milla Jackson.

A Taste of the Future, Allie's time travel play, was selected for East End Literary Salon and had a reading at The Ophelia in London.

• Allie's play Can You Keep a Secret? was staged by Mind Your Head at The Bread & Roses Theatre in London. The cast included Paige Wilson, Sophie McBean, and James Ruskin, directed by Sam Carrack. If you like The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror, you'll love Can You Keep a Secret?

JANUARY 2015

• Allie played Melrose, the popular girl you want to know yet love to hate, in Invisible, a musical comedy by David Orris and David Hollingsworth. The show had a workshop and staged reading in Los Angeles. Allie also recorded songs for the soundtrack.

• In Allie's forward-thinking play A Taste of the Future, the time is now - and then... The play was selected for PlayGround-LA and had a staged reading at Zephyr Theatre in Hollywood, featuring Betsy Reisz and Andrew J. Perez, directed by Peter J. Kuo.

• Allie participated in a reading of the new musical Midsummer Night's Scream.

Tofurkey Day was a finalist for Shorties.

The Generosity of Strangers by Thomas Antonaccio, narrated by Allie Costa, is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and Audible.

• Allie gives voice to Hollywood's first "It" Girl in Starring Clara Bow. Listen to songs from the musical, which is currently in development.

AND MORE

Click here for Allie's resume. Check out Allie's credits on IMDb. Film/TV credits include 90210, Unusual Suspects, Goldfish Love, Pizza With Aeneas, and Solace. Theatre credits include Spring Awakening, Hamlet, Gypsy, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Anything Goes.

Listen to Allie's musical theatre and animation voiceover demo. Allie can be heard on the original cast soundtracks of Starring Clara Bow, Invisible, Juliet of the Sky, Mr. Potcher's Holiday, Limberlost, You Made Me Love You, and more. Visit Allie's SoundCloud.

View production stills and behind-the-scenes photos.

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