Magaly is a first-generation Haitian-American actress/playwright/ director/producer. She writes new works from a viewpoint heavily influenced by the stories her family members shared about the complexities and wonders of Haitian culture and history. She founded Conch Shell Productions to support/showcase new works by Caribbean-American and other artists of the Caribbean diaspora who have an expanded view of reality and a passion for innovative story telling.
A native New Yorker, she received a B.A. from Columbia University, an MBA from Binghamton University, and an MFA in Acting from Yale School of Drama. Magaly is a member of SAG/AFTRA, AEA, The Actors Center, The Dramatist Guild, The Actors Studio Playwrights & Directors' Unit. Magaly plays "Antoinette Pierre" in Netflix original series GRAND ARMY
To learn more about her film/television credits, visit her IMDB page.
(WRITER) YES MADAME (PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL SELECTED FILM. MARTHA VINEYARD FILM FESTIVAL SELECTED FILM); BN4REAL; HER TORY; DESTINATION OOH, AAH, YUMMY (Princess Grace Semi-Finalist; SILENT TRUTH (O'Neill NPC Finalist). SAPPHIRE PARADISE; PLAN B; BUTTERSCOTCH AND FUDGE; THE HUNTING SEASON; IMAGINED LIFE; and a number of one-act plays.
(CO-FOUNDER) CAFE "KI GAN P'OUN GERI" Fundraiser. SFC WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL
Sergei is a New-York-City-based performer, audiobook narrator, playwright, and producer. His plays, articles, and short fiction have been published by Indie Theater Now, NYTheaterNow, Parabasis, Howlround, Baseball Prospectus, and fwriction:review. Past residencies and grants include Centrum, the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, Other Informed Theatre Company, and Oracle Theatre Inc. He is resident playwright with Quick Silver Theater Company, a member of Actor's Equity Association, and has an MFA in Playwriting from the Writer's Foundry at St. Joseph’s College (Brooklyn, NY).
"The joy of being a dramaturg is seeing the light bulb go off in a playwright's eyes as the right question gets them closer to their creative goal."
Conch Shell Productions is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)(3) charity. Contributions made payable to Fractured Atlas for the purposes of Conch Shell Productions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.