Allie Costa is a Los Angeles-based actor, writer, director, and singer working in film, TV, theatre, and voiceover. She always has energy to burn and a song to sing. When not performing the works of others, she's writing her own. Occasionally, she sleeps.
• On February 7th, Allie will reprise her role as Margaret in The Bully Problem, presented at the ASCAP Foundation Musical Theatre Workshop at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Get tickets!
• Allie booked and filmed an episode of a streaming comedy series. She plays Luna, a wide-eyed cult member whose desire to follow the rules overrides her sense of self-preservation. The episode will air in 2018.
• Stay tuned for the new post-apocalyptic series Remain Calm. Allie is a guest star in the second episode.
• Allie is the voice of the ominous narrator in the video game Aether Twins. Listen to a sneak peek.
• Second Service is in post-production. In the film, Allie plays a girl on a prestigious tennis team with no tolerance for bad players.
• Allie is one of the narrators of Heterotopias, an interactive virtual reality film now in post-production.
• Allie plays Beethoven's first student (and first love) in For Elise. The film involved both motion capture and voiceover work.
• Allie can be seen as Jill in Nilangana Banerjee's photo exhibition The Lullaby. Previously shown at the Schomburg Gallery in Santa Monica, the exhibition will be touring later this year.
• Who She Could Have Been will make its West Coast premiere March 8th-11th at the Fantastic.Z Festival, held at 18th & Union in Seattle. Written by Allie Costa, Who She Could Have Been tells the story of a couple struggling to rebuild and reconnect after losing their child. Get tickets!
• Little Swan, a Pas de Deux will be produced in Los Angeles March 9th-11th at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood. Written by Allie Costa, the script was inspired by the life of prima ballerina Anna Pavlova and will be part of INK Fest, produced by 2Cents Theatre Group. Little Swan was published in Best of PlayGround Los Angeles and is available for licensing and production.
• Best Actress 1962, an imagined conversation between Audrey Hepburn and Natalie Wood, will have its world premiere March 22nd-31st at the 365 Women a Year Festival, produced by Rover Dramawerks in Texas. Get tickets!
• Two Girls makes its Canadian debut June 1st-16th at Theatre InspiraTO in Toronto. Two women emerge from a violent attack in this critically-acclaimed duologue written by Allie Costa. Stay tuned for more details.
• Boxes Are Magic was staged at the Zephyr Theatre in Hollywood alongside the other winning pieces of the Female Playwrights ONSTAGE Festival, curated by Little Black Dress INK. Written and directed by Allie Costa, this heartfelt comedy pits an unstoppable force against an immovable object. The reading featured Maiya Reaves as Yasmine and Allie Costa as Cali.
• Allie played Caprice, a fiery and determined young woman, in the workshop of Bravo, a new musical by Cristian Guerrero, Andrew Moorehead, and Steven Schmidt. At the height of the Nazi invasion of Italy during World War II, a young Italian man hides six Jews and refugees to spare them from extermination. When their secret hiding place is discovered by an adolescent Fascist soldier, an unlikely bond is formed.
• Allie played the lead role in a reading of a new horror TV pilot.
• Allie played Elizabeth Dalloway in a reading of a new stage adaptation of Mrs. Dalloway.
• View Allie's resume and headshots. Film/TV credits include 90210, Unusual Suspects, Goldfish Love, Pizza With Aeneas, and What She Said. Theatre credits include Spring Awakening, Hamlet, Gypsy, Wake, and Alien vs. Musical.
• Listen to Allie's musical theatre and animation voiceover demo. Allie can be heard a variety of original cast soundtracks.
• Visit Allie on Facebook.