"feminine octagon [or, aristotle can eat me]" at the LPAC Rough Draft Festival

I will be playing cam-girl, Eurydice_19969 in Amy Gijsbers van Wijk’s dreamy and inspired new play, at the Rough Draft Festival at LPAC (LaGuardia Performing Arts Center).

Allure and Candy become goddesses. A man falls from the sky. Flowers + Mary Shelley fall in love. & cam girl Eurydice_19969 wants to make that ca$$$h. feminine octagon [or, aristotle can eat me] is one hour, one night, one hundred nights in the search for an unforgettable, life-changing party.

SHOW DATES/TIMES:
3/26 @ 7 PM
3/27 @ 2:30 PM
3/27 @ 7 PM

Reading of "Stoneheart" by Georgina Escobar

Thrilled to be playing JoJo in a reading of Georgina Escobar’s beautiful play, Stoneheart as part of the Project Y Reading Series: Border Plays at Shetler Studios. Sunday, March 31.

Featuring: Florencia Lozano, Nelson Avidon, Olivia Jampol, Ricardo Vazquez, Maria Fernanda Diez, Ashley M. Ortiz, Oscar A.L. Cabrera.


GEMINI opens Off-broadway at Theatre Row!

A revival of Albert Innaurato’s 1977 play, GEMINI, opens November 1 at Theatre Row. It is the first Off-Broadway staging of the Obie-winning play since 1999. Directed by Daniel Roberts, Gemini will run from November 1 - November 17 at the Lion Theatre at Theatre Row.

Gemini is being performed at the Lion Theatre at Theatre Row.  Theatre Row is located at 410 West 42nd Street. Box office phone number - 212 714 2442.  Show information can be further found through Telecharge or at the official website www.geminioffbroadway.com.

HB Studio Premiere of new play!

Olivia is currently performing the lead in the moving and intense new play, “you can’t play barbies when someone has stolen their heads”, at HB Studio Theater.

YOU CAN’T PLAY BARBIES WHEN SOMEONE HAS STOLEN THEIR HEADS
by Perry Guzzi
directed by Cynthia Granville

with Debra Kay Anderson*, Grace C. Benedetto, Olivia De Salvo, David James, Olivia Jampol, Nico Kiefer*

Saturdays & Sundays, September 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, October 6 & 7 | 8 pm
First Floor Studio Theater | 120 Bank Street, New York


As young Julie reveals in her new doll house story: Once upon a time, a monster came to town and ate all the men except for Julie’s Uncle Sandy who is locked away in a dark little cave. Today, the monster is back for the women — Julie, Mommy, Grammy, and a stranger named Lisa who has suddenly appeared at their door.

Reservations and info HERE.

Helps to Hate You a Little: A Lovestory @ The Wild Project

Olivia will be performing in this erotic and surreal regional premiere as part of the Fresh Fruit Festival, a celebration of LGBTQ arts!

Helps to Hate You a Little: A Lovestory
By Ella Bureau
Directed by Kate Moore Haney
Featuring: Kirya Yvonne Traber, Olivia Jampol, Leila Ben-Abdallah, and Stephanie Rocío
Costumes by Rosza Lang-Levitsky.

When the world sees you as a monster, what kind of monster do you become? Lesbian sadist Nasreen finds out—when a closeted lover turns half of New York against her. A re-imagining of the Persephone myth in the Internet age, Queer culture blends with Algerian heritage in a parable (with werewolves) that bridges more than two worlds.

Performances will take place at the Wild Project on:
Monday July 16th at 8:00PM
Tuesday July 17th at 8:30PM
Sunday July 22nd at 4:00pm
Tickets at: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/527