Ariella Segal is an Upstate New York-raised, NYU Tisch graduate, and Los Angeles-based creator. She produced, wrote, and starred in her comedic web series "One Woman Show," where she turned popular TV Series into one woman shows. New York Magazine's Vulture liked it and called the series "great showpieces for a woman who's quite obviously out of her mind."
Ariella's mental state has been judged in many other arenas — She has performed various characters on the UCB stage, sang a rap opera at The Public Theater's Joe's Pub, developed roles in Off-Broadway’s MCC Theater’s Freshplay and NYTW's Mind The Gap reading series, and acted in a UCLA feature film test produced and written by James Franco. She's currently developing a new project, if you ask nicely she might tell you about it.
In addition to her performative work, Ariella is an Experiential Marketing Producer at the Twenty Twenty Agency. In this role, she uses her creativity to connect brands to their audiences in unique ways. Previously, she had the pleasure of working on the casting team for projects with Disney, Netflix, Sony, AMC, and as a theater professional at MCC Theater and The Atlantic Theater Company.
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