Ria T. DiLullo

Ria T. DiLullo is a director and creative developer working out of her native New York City.  She largely operates under the company name The Skeleton Rep, where the mission is to Explore Modern Myth.  Ria does this through script development without bias to genre, a reading/party known as the Salon Series, productions, and the occasional retreat.  Ria is proud to say that all of the full productions have come from the Salon Series, including December's run of Hungry by Lia Romeo at The Tank. She is currently continuing

development on the previous full production, Whatchamacallit: A Play About Jesus by Emily Claire Schmitt, having invited Emily Rose Simons on board to turn the story into The Inconvenient Miracle, which they are presenting this year at London's BEAM (a new musical industry showcase). Ria is one of the directing fellows at M.T.C. for the 2017 - 2018 season, as well as the recipient of the Rockwell Scholarship for Directing at Primary Stages ESPA (2016 - 2017).  Prior to director-specific programs, Ria sought out training in Alexander Technique, Japanese Noh, Kyogen, and Butoh, as well as the basic practices of mask and puppetry.  Ms. DiLullo graduated Brown University cum laude with a degree in American Civilization (now American Studies).

When not running The Skeleton Rep, Ria can be found teaching mat & apparatus Pilates or working on a solo show under the guidance of Judy Gold.