Carlo D'Amore
Joined 2016-03-09 18:55:57

Carlo D'Amore is the owner and creative director for LIT. An award winning writer, director, producer as well as an actor with Broadway, off broadway, regional theater, film and television credits. With Live IN Theater aside from creating and directing the work, he has also originated the role of Yosef Solanskie in The Ryan Case 1873 and played Augustus MacCorck, Benjamin Ryan, Patrick Burke, and one time he came very close to playing Sally Watkins the pickpocket prostitute. In The Lombardi Case 1975 he originated the role of Joey Lombardi-the brother and has played Vinnie The Mouth, Sergeant Lawrence O'Donelly, Captain Patrick Miller, Trickypop (the male version on Trixypop the junkie). He is thrilled to have the opportunity to create new work with the amazing actors who are part of Live IN Theater.

Carlo D'Amore's articles

Making Drug Addiction Entertaining

With this production, I’m venturing into new, fertile territory. Immersive & its close cousin Interactive theater has tremendous potential. In the case of "J & K 1965" it has the potential to give audiences an up-close look at drug addiction.

Carlo D’Amore Draws Parallels Between Typhoid Mary and His Mother

Carlo D'Amore, Creative Director of the Drama Desk-nominated Live in Theater, discusses the very personal inspiration for his company's new interactive and immersive show, "The Trial of Typhoid Mary."