Arielle Goldman is an actress and playwright living in NYC.
Training: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting. Recent credits include: PUBLIC ENEMY (The Pearl Theatre) LEWISTON by Samuel Hunter (Long Wharf Theatre), WINNERS (Ensemble Studio Theatre), THE LONG CHRISTMAS DINNER (Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall), THE ROMEO AND JULIET PROJECT (Chautauqua Theatre Company). Theatre whilst at NYU: THE SEAGULL, IN THE NEXT ROOM (OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY) GIRL ON GIRL by Lucas Hnath, THE RECRUITING OFFICER (directed by Martha Banta). For Television: The Knick on Cinemax directed by Steven Soderbergh, Fishkill directed by Bob Balaban. Written works include: TO LIFE, L’CHAIM! a one woman show about Edith Lowy’s survival during the Holocaust, and UNTITLED WOMEN, an eight woman show about female histories. Proud member of The 52nd Street Project.