Aubrey Saverino will work with a cast of talented actresses, including Tony Award-winner Tonya Pinkins, in Epic Theatre Ensemble's production of MEND by by Dominique Morrisseau. MEND will be a professionally-realized theatre experience and professional development tool that helps human rights organizations examine the complex power dynamics of the worker-client relationship. The production features two casts on alternating days.
April 2022 - OC Register
"As a mother of a now 3-year-old, Aubrey Saverino who plays Jessie, relates to this role on a personal level. Metzler’s writing “just gets motherhood so well, and all of the highs and lows, it is so easy for me to relate,” she says, adding that motherhood is “without question the best times in my life and sometimes the hardest.”
July 2020 - American Theatre Magazine
Artists Repertory Theatre has assembled ART: Mercury Company, a group of 50 writers, directors, educators, actors, technicians, designers, producers, and staff members hired to create theatre-inspired work. The projects, which were developed independently and collaboratively on Zoom, will be released during the summer and fall.
Aubrey's short play "The Fields of Asphodel" was selected out of 300 submissions for the 2018 Red Bull Theatre Short Play Festival. It will be directed by Evan Yionoulis and presented at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in NYC on Mon, July 16 at 7:30p along with seven other world premieres! Get your tickets here.
Ithaca's Kitchen Theatre Company is partnering with NYC's Daughters of Troy to produce a reading of Natural Shocks, a new play by Lauren Gunderson on April 21st at 4 pm. The reading, directed by Aubrey Saverino and featuring Brooke M. Haney, is one of over 50 that are happening all over the country that weekend, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine attack.
Broadway World announces the theatre and visual artist company for Daughters of Troy: The Persephone Project. The company is led by Artistic Director Aubrey Saverino, Artistic Producer Brooke M. Haney and Art Curator Natalie Burlutskaya from RE:ARTISTE.
"Dido & Aeneas" by Aubrey Saverino was published in Volume III of Red Bull Shorts, after receiving a world premiere reading at the Lucille Lortel Theatre July 2015. You can purchase a copy here.
Aubrey will appear as Jordan Baker in The Great Gatsby and The Princess of France in Love's Labour's Lost, which run in rep from February 8 through March 26, 2016.
Broadway World announces "Daughters of Troy" Workshop at Dixon Place. The evening consisted of five short plays written by different women and based on different female characters from The Trojan War. The project was created by Aubrey Saverino in partnership with RE:ARTISTE, an international art organization. For more info on the project visit: www.daughtersoftroyproject.com.
The TimeOut NY review of BREWED gives a shout out to the "the stellar all-female cast" and says "the actors create a sense of real sisterhood. Within the strange world that Barsotti has created, they keep the play at a lively boil"
BroadwayWorld announces the collaboration between visual and theatre artists on Governors Island. For more information on the project visit www.daughtersoftroyproject.com.
Daughters of Troy is a collaboration between theatre and visual artists led by Aubrey Saverino in partnership with RE:ARTISTE. The project uses classical text, visual art, music, dance and current events to deconstruct female archetypes through the lens of the Trojan War. Barton Booth selected Daughters of Troy for a week long residency on Governors Island in New York. Check out free presentations of the current works-in-progress and an exhibition of artwork inspired by the themes on Saturday, Sept 3 & Sunday, Sept 4 at 12p, 1p & 3pm at Building 19B in Nolan Park on Governors Island. For more info visit bartonbooth.com.
Aubrey will play Juliette in "BREWED" this summer at the NYC Fringe festival. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.brewednyc.com.
"Monogamish" a pilot written and created by Aubrey Saverino, was one of only 5 selections for the Independent Filmmaker Project's Web Storytellers Spotlight -- part of the Emerging Storytellers Program. This program highlights creative visionaries and showcases narrative feature films and web series in development new to the independent scene. The project will take place in September. Stay tuned for updates!
Aubrey's 10-page verse adaptation of The Aeneid, "Dido & Aeneas", was selected out of 300 submissions for Red Bull Theatre's Short Play Festival. The festival will feature brand new plays by Lee Blessing and Ellen McLaughlin and be directed by May Adrales and Evan Yionoulis. Presentations will be Monday, July 13th at 7:30pm at Lucille Lortel Theatre.
"This show can do no wrong... great comedic timing, well written characters and a relatable story". Check out the first two season of the series online and stayed tuned for the third and final season coming out April 2015!THE DIGRESSIONS, a webseries produced and created by Aubrey Saverino, Andrew Dahl, Eric Pargac and Jordan McArthur wins two Snobby Robot Awards for BEST SERIES & BEST SCREENPLAY. Erik Urtz, founder of Snobby Robot, reviews over 50 webseries each year and says
Photos of director Anna Bamberger and the cast of Off Broadway's Absolution by Christopher B. Latro are now on BroadwayWorld.com. Aubrey understudies both females roles in play -- the bubbly young Marie, and the sophisticated business woman, Gabrielle. Previews begin Dec 1st at St. Luke's Theater in midtown Manhattan.
Don't Dress for Dinner, South Carolina
Saverino plays Suzette-- the smart, savy cook-- in Arts Center of Coastal Carolina's production of Don't Dress for Dinner directed by Russell Treyz. This wildly funny play is the sequel to the Broadway (& Arts Center) hit Boeing-Boeing. Performances run February 4-23, 2014 in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Check out the trailer here!
After over two years of sold-out performances, as well as acclaim from critics and audiences alike, It's Just Sex, Los Angeles' longest-running, award-winning comedy has finally come to New York City. Written by JEFF GOULD and directed by RICK SHAW, It's Just Sex has now begun an open-ended Off-Broadway run at the ACTORS TEMPLE THEATER (339 West 47th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues). Aubrey makes her Off Broadway debut in the show as Lisa. Performances run Sundays at 7:30p and Tuesdays at 7pm. Buy tickets here.
The Digressions is a new web series written by Old Globe grad (and Saverino's class mate) Andrew Dahl. Saverino and Dahl produce and star in the series, along with Eric Pargac and Jordan McArthur (another Old Globe grad). It premiered at The Village East Cinema on Monday, February 11 to a full house and episodes are released weekly at www.thedigressions.com. Check out the website to view the episodes!
By Jeffrey Borak, Berkshire Eagle Staff
The Berkshire Eagle lists Aubrey Saverino one of the noteworthy actresses of 2012 for her performance of Elizabeth Bennet in Capital Repertory Theatre's production of Pride & Prejudice.
By Jeffrey Borak, Berkshire Eagle Staff
"Pride @ Prejudice" (Capital Repertory Theatre/ Chester Theatre Company) is named one of the Top Ten Theatre productions of 2012 in The Berkshire Eagle.
By Bob Goepfert Troy Record October 2012
"The audience completely gives themselves over the work and the performers embrace the material and make it their own. I have seldom attended a production where the performers are able to make such a trusting relationship with the audiences.
The cast, who play multiple roles, is superb.... Aubrey Saverino is a smart, sexy, independent Elizabeth. She is the ideal Austen heroine who looks for love on her terms"
REVIEW: The Joy of Text
By Michael Eck Albany Times Union October 2012
"The cast is right on top of the material.... Aubrey Saverino plays a single role, that of the novel's main focus, Elizabeth Bennet. She is luminous in the role".
Bridget Coyne Gabbe February 2012
Bridget Coyne Gabbe interviews recent The Old Globe/University of San Diego graduate Aubrey Saverino about the pros and cons of pursuing an MFA degree. Read the full article here.
"I spoke with Aubrey Saverino, a recent MFA theater graduate of The Old Globe/University of San Diego, who has been receiving critical acclaim in the regional theater circuit. Since she's not so far removed from the academic experience, I wanted to hear about how having an MFA is helping to shape her career...."