Anya Zicer | Role of Mona
Anya Zicer (Mona)
Anya Zicer is an Israeli, American, New-York based actor, curator and educator. Raised in Tel-Aviv, she currently lives and works in NYC.
Anya is a company member of Krymov Lab at LaMaMa Theatre. She worked with acclaimed theatre directors such as Alexandre Marine, Gera Sandler and completed courses with Konstantin Raykin (The Higher School of Performing Arts) and Anne Bogart, on the Viewpoints Technique. Anya came to the US at the age of 16 and after graduating from AADA (American Academy of Dramatic Arts), she found Lost & Found Project, an ensemble based laboratory theatre company working with the verbatim documentary theatre technique. The company conceived over ten original productions including the recent production of "Bad Roads" by Natalka Vorozhbyt at LaMaMa Experimental Theatre.
Anya appeared in productions such as "Covers" and "KNOCK" directed by Alexandre Marine, "Old New Year" and "The Singing Windmills" directed by Gera Sandler, "Le Grand Voyage" by Aelita West, "Revolution in One" by Theatre in Asylum, as well as an appearance in "The Americans".
Anya is a believer in the synergy between education and theatre and often creates multidisciplinary theatre productions as part of her "Edges & Borders" immersive production series. She curated a site specific theatre installation RE:LOCATION featuring plays by current Ukrainian dramaturgs as well as found a laboratory producing theatre productions with Ukrainian Teen refugees.
Anya is represented by BMG talent agency in the US.