May 19 2022
"Arianna Gayle Stucki... dives mighty deep into an immensely challenging role."
May 19, 2022
"And as Mayella, Arianna Gayle Stucki explodes from a whisper into a racist rant so explosively that it generates (uncomfortable) applause for its performative excellence."
April 7 2022
"[Bob Ewell's] 19-year-old daughter, Mayella, who makes the unjust accusation of rape against Tom Robinson, is played by Arianna Gayle Stucki. The actress builds a harrowing portrait of desperation; her Mayella is part of, yet also trapped by, pernicious forces..."
April 8 2022
"...It's impossible to take your eyes off Arianna Gayle Stucki as Mayella Ewell, a hate-spewing court witness who is surely a victim, but not of Tom Robinson’s..."
November 2 2021
A play using the verbatim stories of five people affected by the Christchurch terror attack has debuted on a New York theatre stage.
Written based on interviews held three months after the March 15, 2019 shootings, Memorial tells the story of peace and compassion in the face of injustice, violence, and loss – “the true legacy of March 15th”...
May 3rd 2020
Vogue names Bolero Juilliard "best ballet of the quarantine."
“I wanted to make a new version working with students from across Juilliard’s music, dance and drama divisions, creating something together for this time when we are all apart,” says..."
Art as Service: Realizing the Value of Theater through Exit 11’s “The Bacchae”
"The play begins with a monologue by Dionysus, performed by Arianna Gayle Stucki..."