Representation: Paula Poeta, The Mine, 212-612-3200

Recent Appearance:
at Asolo Repertory Theatre until
June 15, 2014


A Great 2013 Wrap!

October 2013: Antoinette LaVecchia as Catherine in Jeffrey Jackson’s TWO POINT OH, directed by Michael Unger. (NY TIMES critic’s pick) Best 10 off-off Broadway plays of 2013. Culturequake: The 10 Best Off Off Broadway Plays of 2013.

November 2013: Antoinette LaVecchia played Lady Bird Johnson in National Geographic Channel’s KILLING KENNEDY, directed by Nelson McCormick. Also, filmed as Elaine on CBS’ BLUE BLOODS episode “Lost and Found” and co-starred on new TV series TAXI BROOKLYN.

December 2013: Antoinette LaVecchia played opposite Bill Geisslinger in Bruce Graham’s STELLA AND LOU directed by Charles Towers


A One Woman Powerhouse

Antoinette LaVecchia, theatre, film, and TV actress, received the 2012 CT Theater Best Actress Award for her starring role in I LOVED, I LOST, I MADE SPAGHETTI.

The play, directed by Rob Ruggiero, is based on the memoir by Giulia Melucci and adapted by Jacques Lamarre. LaVecchia stated about her role, “I feel like I was destined to be in this play. In all the plays I’ve ever done, no play has asked me just to be myself more than this one.” Sylviane Gold of the New York Times reports, “Ms. LaVecchia connects instantly with the audience, and she makes Giulia utterly irresistible.” LaVecchia will replay the role in early 2014 at the George Street Playhouse.


How To Be A Good Italian Daughter
(In Spite of Myself) 

A one-woman show, written and performed by Antoinette LaVecchia that examines the hysterical and universal struggles between an immigrant Italian mother and her Americanized daughter. Read more.

HOW TO BE A GOOD ITALIAN DAUGHTER (in spite of myself) is now published on the digital site Indie Theater Now
A complete live performance at The Cherry Lane Studio from November 2009 now on (in 4 parts):

Click here for a six-minute character excerpt (Professor Donna DiPippio) from the show.

“She puts so much zip into what she does…As the piece opens, she gives birth to herself, something that has to be seen to be appreciated.” “Inspired…”- The New York Times


Back to Top
Enter your Infotext or Widgets here...