Maizy Broderick Scarpa

Canaan, NY, USA


Maizy Broderick Scarpa is a playwright, performer, director, and dramaturg. She enjoys tea, breaking the fourth wall, and children's books. Performance credits include Berkshire Theater Festival, Capital Repertory Theatre, Barrington Stage Company, WAM Theatre, Hubbard Hall, and Shakespeare & Company. Her plays "Pandora Shakes Things Up" and "Cirque du Dismay" were both finalists at Radius Playwrights Festival. "Wayward Home," an original musical folktale created with singer-songwriter Clara Strauch, premiered at Hubbard Hall in 2015 and toured across the Northeast in 2018. Other plays include "Adults" (Women's Shorts); "Strange New Planet: a-live-book-on-tape" (NYU/Tisch/ETW), and "A Play Where Nothing Happens" (Shakespeare&Co Fringe). Residencies at Main Street Arts, Opera House Arts, Barn Arts, Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts. Maizy has taught at Dorset Theatre Festival, Hampton Shakespeare Festival, and Shakespeare & Company. Maizy is particularly interested in feminist retellings of familiar stories.