Patrícia Marjorie is a Brazilian Director and multidisciplinary artist based in NYC with experience on different types and scopes of projects in theater. Actor, director and craft master, Patrícia moved to NYC after 19 years of an extensive work in theater productions in Brasília, Brazil, where she got her Bachelor Degree in Performing Arts by Universidade de Brasília (UnB). Experienced executing measurable creative solutions in arts, design and interactive marketing. Patrícia's theatrical credits have included performing in classical plays like Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing (Brasilia 2014), modern adaptations as Heiner Muller's Hamlet- Machine (Brasilia 2001); TV Shows as Rainha da Cocada by Dulce Delight (NYC 2018).
As a director, she directed “On how to be a Monster” by Maria Luiza Muller with At Alia Theatre Company in December 2019, at Casa Italiana (NYU- Tisch); she has been working on her own script "A Song to Keep the Wolves Awake” that had a staged reading last November at The Tank and soon to be open as a full production when the theaters re-open in NY.
Associate artist at interactive Performances as The Other’s Shadow by Rodrigo Fisher at Dixon Place (NYC 2018) and all Galas for THE TANK as associate designer. Patricia's NYC craft works include Props Master for Mac Welman’s Sincerity Forever, Sandalwood Box and The Fez recent productions at The Flea Theatre (2019) Black Exhibition By Jeremy O. Harris at Bushwick Starr and “Skinfolk" by Jillian Walker among others. Patricia Marjorie is also Multi discipline Artistic Collaborator at The Tank.