Marc Silvia

Marc Silvia is the director of the international hit one-woman comedy “Late Nite Catechism” and the co-author, with creator and star Maripat Donovan, of its seven sequels, the most recent of which, “The Holy Ghost and Other Tales of Terror” premiered last Halloween at the Laguna Playhouse. Silvia began his theatre career in Chicago, first as one of the founding Artistic Directors of the Econo-Art Theatre Co., followed by fifteen years as a busy actor, director, writer and designer. He won the After Dark Award for his performance as the drag queen Medea in “The Underwear Plays” at Bailiwick Rep and appeared frequently at Victory Gardens Theatre originating many roles in the plays of Joel Drake Johnson. He recently made his big-screen debut in “Ovum”, a film by Lars.