Ria T. DiLullo
(Direction/Story)

Ria T. DiLullo (they/them) is the founder and artistic director of The Skeleton Rep(resents), a new works development and production company with a mission to Explore Modern Myth, started in 2015. Through TSR, they have produced 9 full stage shows (4 at The Tank), including “Devices of Torture” which was a Fringe 2018 Best Bet, two short play festivals (both at The Tank), 50 salons of new plays, countless readings, a 3-part pandemic film project, and a feature-length indie film, The Great Vanishing, which is set to hit the festival circuit in 2022. In addition to their work captaining TSR, Ria assisted comedian Judy Gold’s solo performance class for many years, as well as provide research, feedback, and writing support on her book “Yes I Can Say That: When They Come For The Comedians, We Are All in Trouble” (Harper Collins 2020). 

Ria has been the recipient of directing residencies at The Tank, ESPA Primary Stages, MTC, and The Flea. They also hold a comprehensive certification in mat & apparatus Pilates and are working towards a certification in holistic biomechanics through the Fajardo Method of Movement.

 

You can learn more about Ria and their work as TSR at www.skeletonrep.org