Maggie Cino


A fantastical solo play in which an unusual lady with many handbags muses about life, love and llamas.


It’s Burning Man Decompression night and eight bored hipsters invent a lottery.


Estranged siblings clean the living room after the death of the grandmother who raised them.

MAGGIE CINO won the FringeNYC 2012 Overall Excellence Award in Playwriting for her full length play, Decompression. Her one woman short, Ascending Bodily, is published by the New York Theater Experience, and her contribution to Piper McKenzie’s Dainty Cadaver project This Is a Brick is published in the Midway Journal. She has co-created and performed material for numerous productions, including No Applause, Just Throw Money: The Show That Made Vaudeville Famous (Theater For the New City, NYC) Moliere’s Monster (Ohio Theater, NYC) and Tramp!: A Clown Show (Nationwide Tour). Very selected stage acting credits include Faith, Hope and Charity (The Public Theater, NYC), Brandywine Distillery Fire (Incubator Arts Project), and Word to No One (Camden People’s Theater, London). Professional voice over credits include narration for educational sex ed videos and voices for Todd Soldonz’s Life During Wartime. She is a Senior Producer, story coach, and director for the Peabody and MACEI award-winning organization, The Moth.