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Gineiris Garcia is a Bronx-born-and-based creative freelancer rooted in artistic directing, producing, assisting, performing, writing and teaching. She has assisted directors such as Jackson Gay, Awoye Timpo, Saheem Ali, Lou Moreno and Arpita Mukherjee through MCC Theater, New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW), Atlantic Theater Company, INTAR Theatre and Hypokrit Theatre Company, respectively. She was the director and co-producer of the first season of Black Women Are Scary, a radio-dramatic podcast that celebrates and produces short horror stories by BIPOC authors. She continued to support the podcast as the events and marketing producer of their second season through the generosity provided by The Velocity Fund administered by Philadelphia Contemporary with generous funding from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Her work has been featured in the Dominican Artists Collective's THE COOKING PROJECT, which premiered at NYTW via their Artistic Instigator program in Fall 2020, as well as with Pregones Theater and the Latinx Playwrights Circle via the Greater Good Theater Festival. She is currently one of the Artistic Producers of the Dominican Artists Collective. Gineiris Garcia received her BA in Theater Studies from Yale University as a proud member of Pierson College, 2016.
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My aim as an artist is to magnify the voices of the historically oppressed, especially those belonging to Black, Dominican, American and / or LGBTQIA+ people.I direct to build visions against erasure. I produce and assist to advance statements of social justice to action through creative means. I perform, write, and teach to celebrate the craft of those who came before me and those who will follow.Cultural community engagement threads the needle of my storytelling.
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