Iraisa Ann Reilly - is a Jersey-born, New York-based theatre artist with artistic roots in Philadelphia.
As an actor, she has worked with Cape May Stage, Teatro Del Sol, Power street Theatre Co., and South Camden Theatre Co. to name a few. As a writer, some of Iraisa Ann’s plays include Good Cuban Girls (Teatro del Sol, at The Arden Theatre), One Day Old (Philadelphia Fringe), Ocean Beach, and Medallas Por Un Abrazo. She performed her original work, A Beginner’s Guide to Interpreting Aphasia, for Philadelphia’s Solow Fest, 2019. Iraisa Ann was a semifinalist for the Page 73 grant in 2019 and has trained with LAByrinth Theatre’s Summer Intensive and the Maria Irene Fornes Workshop (with Migdalia Cruz). She is currently pursuing an MFA in Dramatic Writing from New York University and holds a BA in Theatre and English from the University of Notre Dame.
Philadelphia Theatre Company Reopens With A Virtual Play - The Philadelphia Theatre Company begins its 46th season with the rolling world premiere of The Days of Re-Creation: A Virtual Play