"As smart and steady as she is talented and beautiful. A bright light and one to watch."
-Sharon Lawrence, NYPD Blue
Colleen Labella is a Los Angeles based director and producer. Upcoming: fml: How Carson McCullers Saved My Life at the University of San Diego. Recent directing credits include: Canyon for Center Theatre Group at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, a journey through minimalism at the Walt Disney Concert Hall featuring the LA Philharmonic, Lincoln 2020 at the Broadwater Theatre as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival, Toyer at the Hudson Theatre for the Polymath Theatre Company, MeetCute's Engineers Need Soap, and an LGBT retelling of Almost, Maine. Associate/assistant director credits include Geffen Playhouse, IAMA Theatre Company and Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Colleen is a member of IAMA Theatre Company. She holds her BFA in Acting from the University of Connecticut and trained at Tisch's Experimental Theatre Wing at NYU, as well as Shakespeare's Globe in England. Colleen is also the Director of Development for Leslye Headland's production company, Shoot to Midnight. Projects in development include Star Wars: The Acolyte. Colleen focuses her work on women, collaborative storytelling, ensemble-based projects and the LGBT experience.
by Holiday Kindard
World premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival
"Fast-paced satire Lincoln 2020... neatly directed by Colleen Labella, hits some sharp political notes... Labella skillfully directs the cast... its timing falls right on the mark."
-Monique A. LeBleu, Los Angeles Beat
"Colleen Labella has the difficult task of balancing all of this as the director, and she nails it! Putting it all together with so much clear dedication and vision that it feels effortless." -Matthew Robinson, Fringe Encore Judge
at the Walt Disney Concert Hall
Toyota Symphonies for Youth, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic
with the Polymath Theatre Company
Backstage at the Hudson Theatres