Broadway National Tour directed by Joe Mantello: u/s Aimee + Brigid.
Winner of four Tony Awards, including Best Play, Charles Isherwood of the New York Times says of The Humans, “The Humans” is a major discovery, a play as empathetic as it is clear-minded, as entertaining as it is honest." For a full cast list and tour dates see the link below.
NYTimes Critic's Pick soot and spit at The New Ohio
Laura Collins-Hughes of The New York Times calls it, "A beautifully designed, dreamily evocative production."
Adrienne Sowers says, "...the ensemble cast of Karen Ashino-Hara, Robert Ariza, Estelle Bojou, Alida Rose Delaney, John Ford-Dunker, Peregrine Heard, Toussaint Jeanlouis, Geraldine Leer, Chris Lopes, Douglas Waterbury-Tieman, and Arielle Yoder create a living, breathing, dazzling community... Soot and Spit is a singular experience that cannot be missed."
Time Out New York calls soot and spit one of the best Off Broadway shows of the summer!
The New York Premiere of Charles L. Mee's play about artist, James Castle. Born profoundly deaf and presumably autistic, Castle never learned to read, write, sign or speak. His art was his language. Bringing his world to life through bluegrass, dance, and multi-media displays of his works, soot and spit enables its audience to experience the “other”- and rejoice in the unquenchable creativity of the human spirit. An Archive Residency Production, in collaboration with IRT Theater directed by Kim Weild.
The Wicked and the Wonderful at BRIC Arts Media
Dream Street Theatre Company. June 15th and 16th at BRIC with Community Previews June 12th and 13th at South Oxford Space. Dream Street is a Brooklyn based 501c3 Non Profit Theatre Company comprised of adult actors with developmental and neurological disabilities. Co-Artistic Director and adaptor of this piece. Find more information or donate here! www.dreamstreetnyc.org
Charlotte in The Mystery of Love and Sex at Shaker Bridge Theatre
Valley News says, "Arielle Yoder shines as Charlotte, who is a million things at once: charming, funny, spoiled, caring, thoughtless, mean and charismatic. Yoder seems to inhabit the part fully and unselfconsciously."
Growing Down Season 2 now streaming on YouTube
Ruth in world premiere of Emily Claire Schmitt's new play. Appears courtesy of the Dream Up Festival NYC at Theater for the New City.
Three Sisters at PlayMakers Repertory Company
Masha in the professional premiere of Libby Appel's new translation of Anton Chekhov's classic play.
CNVC says of the performance, "Yoder as Masha displayed this transformation more beautifully and effectively than any other. We could see time and pressure carve out the character of Masha as Yoder magnificently shaped her character's actions to engage a lover, watch the stringent bindings of military life encase their lives, and passionately live a life that is as much her own as her family and her time will allow. Yoder performed the brooding Masha with a terrible grace."
Peter and the Starcatcher at PlayMakers Repertory Company
Molly Astor in Brendon Fox's production of Peter and the Starcatcher. The News&Observer praises the performance with, "Arielle Yoder makes a most engaging Molly, her confidence and maturity at first irritating to Peter, but later the impetus for inklings of romance."