"You are your 'why.'
There is a version of you that you haven't even met yet.
That version of you is so powerful.

- Sarah Jakes Roberts

I am particularly interested in the intersection of education and entertainment, where the theater is a classroom and an audience is left with a desire for self inquiry and to engage in public discourse.

My work aims to uplift survivors and normalize conversations around subjects like body image and mental health. I use comedy as a tool to tackle challenging subjects. 

I create as a reminder that we cannot shy away from vulnerability, from honesty, and from revealing our humanity. If anything, my work aims to share the humanity in the unreasonable, the gross, the unthinkable, and the wild, because my life has been each of these things. It has also been full of magic and joy. 

With each new play or poem, my approach is always to find the “Lila”- the divine play of it all. 

-Star Stone


Star Stone is an actress, producer, and playwright. She is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Theatre and a graduate of UCB LA's Improv School. She is the writer and creator of ​#MeToo, a one-woman show, which is an edu-tainment comedy. Star is a poet and former member of the Oakland Slam Poetry Team. She has performed publicly at the NYC Poetry Festival at Governor's Island, The NYTW, and at La Mama Galleria. During Covid lockdown, Star wrote a one-minute play which was selected for the 1 minute play festival in NYC and produced and performed on Zoom by The Kitchen Dog Theatre in Dallas, TX. In 2022, she partnered with the NYC Mayor's Office to ENDGBV and was the host of VOICES: Survivor’s Speak- an evening of healing and transforming through the arts in collaboration with ArtTransforms. Star is a graduate of Community Word Project's TAP program which is a NYC based social justice oriented program for Teaching Artists. Star has worked with Neo-Political Cowgirls for the Girl Gaze program, supporting teenage girls to develop stories for film. Star has also worked as a Teaching Artist for both Marquis Studios in Coney Island and for Wingspan Arts in Brooklyn. Star is the former host of the League of Professional Theatre Women's online open mic series which focused on works in progress by NYC female-identified theater creatives.

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