Ronnie Marmo

Ronnie Marmo
Artistic Director & Cofounder

Ronnie has directed and produced over 90 plays between LA and NYC. He directed and produced the critically acclaimed Bill W. And Dr. Bob, which enjoyed 400+ sold out performances in the past 15 years. Some of his other favorite directing credits include: the World Premiere of the musical Serial Killer Barbie, the World Premiere of 86’d, the World Premiere of John Patrick Shanley’s Last Night In The Garden I Saw You and the Los Angeles Premiere of Shanley’s Storefront Church.

Some of his favorite producing credits include the Los Angeles Premiere of Sam Shepard’s The Late Henry Moss, the 40th Anniversary production of Lovers And Other Strangers, and West Of Brooklyn (which he also inked). 

Other producing credits include Bent, The Boys Next Door, The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot, and the critically acclaimed, first-ever, 13 by Shanley Festival, which enjoyed a six-month run. He was nominated as a producer by the NAACP Awards for the productions of The Knights of Mary Phagan and Subway Series.

Marmo is a film director and producer as well. Some of his most recent directing credits are A Loan Officer and a Gentleman, La La Land, and the series Adults Only. His film producing credits include West of Brooklyn, Truck 20’s Location, Limbo Lounge, Stage 4, Applebox, Another Happy Ending, Fish Without A Bicycle, and Adults Only.

As an actor, Ronnie has been blessed enough to work a good deal in film and on TV. Marmo enjoyed a three-year run on ABC’s General Hospital as Ronnie Dimestico. He just wrapped his first Italian film called Nun E Napoli. 

He continues to serve as the Artistic Director of the 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company (Theatre 68) in Los Angeles and New York City. He wants to thank his cast and crew for their hard work, commitment, and passion for telling this very important story.

For more information, visit Ronnie’s website and the West of Brooklyn site. IMDB.