Erika Kayne. Digital Collage

Emily Rose Parman is an NYC based director, actor, and costume designer. She is the Artistic Director of CLiF Collective, a fledgling company dedicated to exploring new and established works through the lense of inclusivity and intersectional feminism, and is also an Artist in Residence with NYC based classical theater company Hudson Warehouse. Directing credits include: Generation (Laz)Y (The TANK), The Crucible (Ponca Playhouse), The Triumph of Love, a staged reading of The Roaring Girl, and the annual The Many Faces of Love monologue festival (Hudson Warehouse), Cocktails and Classics: A Reading Festival (Turn to Flesh Prod.), Baggage (Cantiamo Opera), Eurydice, and Susan Griffin's Voices (Brown Center Theatre). Ms. Parman is also a prolific costume designer, and three time nominee for the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design. Ms. Parman holds an AA in Theater from Cowley College, and a professional certificate in Musical Theatre Performance from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy.

The Triumph of Love by Marivaux

Translated and adapted by Stephen Wadsworth Hudson Warehouse June 2017