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Carolina Đỗ (she/her) is an actor, playwright, producer, and community organizer.
As a first generation Việt born in America, the child of refugees and descendant of freedom fighters, I believe strongly in the power of weaving new and de-colonizing narratives for new world building. My work is grounded in storytelling as a tool in the fight for liberation and centers around generational healing, diasporic longings, and collective storytelling.
Co- Founding Producing Artistic Leader of The Sống Collective
As a community organizer, my work is grounded in radical care. I organize where I am needed: anti-deportation work, community fridges, bailouts, jail support, undocumented communities, mutual aid, etc.
RECENT NEWS | COMMUNITY ORGANIZING, APPEARANCES & PANELS
As an actor:
Broadway— Second Stage (LINDA VISTA, GRAND HORIZONS)
Devised and developed new works with (selected):
Clubbed Thumb, PlayCo, Yangtze Rep, JACK, The Hearth, Piper Theater, LoadingDock, CreativeTime, Boomerang Theater.
Regional: Everyman Theater (DINNER AND CAKE *world premier*)
Films and works that I have been a part of have screened at SXSW (AVIVA), Austin Film Festival (CRAM, SIDEWAYS SMILE), Outfest, AAIFF, Bushwick, among many others.
As a playwright:
2022-23 The Orchard Project Greenhouse Cohort
2022-23 Soho Rep Writer Director Lab
2021 Piper Theater Playwright-in-Process
2021 JACK Residency
Naked Angels' Issue Project Lab
Buried Ruins was a
2022 29-Hour Workshop at 59E59 Theaters
2022 Princess Grace Semi-Finalist
2022 Bushwick Starr Reading Series Finalist
2020 Space On Ryder Farm Semifinalist
2020 BRICLAB Finalist
ĂN CHƠI : eat / play / rage – (A don’t fuck with the weekend shift play)
2022 New Ohio Theater: New Plays Downtown. Reading
LOVE LETTERS TO OUR PAST AND FUTURE SELVES
by: Gaven Trinidad, Garrett Kim, Diana Ly, and myself.
Explores the complicated, hilarious, and oftentimes fraught, relationships that we have with family, our cultures, and the food that nourishes and comforts us.
What has to happen in order to build a better foundation for ourselves and future generations? What do we have to let go of and what do we take with us?
Jean-Louis Diamonika @ Invictus Entertainment
Commercial: A3 Artists, Jerry Kallarakkal
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