top of page

Empowering Artists to tell the Stories that Matter

March Forth Productions is committed to developing and producing works by artists that expand the aesthetic horizon of theatrical and motion picture storytelling. We seek intrepid storytellers who create visceral and thought-provoking tales without concern for convention or boundaries.

We work to ensure these artists have a safe, supportive, and constructive environment for their art, allowing the movers and shakers of  our industry to become the most they can be. Through the cultivation of their art we create stories that challenge audiences and artists alike to question the world in which they live, giving them the impetus to change it for the better.


March Forth Productions is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of March Forth Productions must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law. 

About Us


Our Playwright in Residence, Gina Femia, is a Brooklyn born and based playwright.  Her work has been presented as a part of more than 30 festivals locally, nationally and internationally including The Women Center Stage Festival, Poetic License, The Short Plays by Women Festival in Columbia, MO, The New Ideas Festival in Toronto and the Prism Festival and Play Offs, both in Denver.  Her plays include  Super, or, How Clark Graves Learned to Fly (Semi-finalist The O’Neill and The Princess Grace Award), For The Love Of (Sarah Lawrence Theatre Alumni Workshop, F*ck!ng Good Plays Fest at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre), Happily Never Ever (The United Solo Festival, The Estrogenius Festival),  Mahogany Brown and the Case of the Disappearing Kid (The Brick’s Comic Book Theatre Festival), We Are the Gods (The Brick’s Oven Reading Series, Finalist for The Inkwell) and Five-Sided Triangle (Dixon Place’s HOT!Fest, The Downtown Urban Theatre Festival).  Gina is a 2014/2015 Audrey Resident with New Georges (Accidental Burlesque).  She is a member of Lather, Rinse, Repeat Collective, an affiliated artist of New Georges and a Company Collaborator with Everyday Inferno Theatre. She has received residencies with SPACE on Ryder Farm and the Grin City Collective.  MFA, Sarah Lawrence College (Lipkin Prize in Playwriting).

bottom of page