Michael C. O'Day - Photo by Beth Kelly

MICHAEL C. O’DAY is a theatre artist in New York City.  He made his playwriting debut with Dragon’s Breath, which was produced as part of the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival.  His other works include the short play Trumpets Sounding Over Harrisburg, produced at the Kraine Theater in October of 2015, and the short film Akhmed.

As an actor, he has been a member of the Obie-winning Classical Theatre of Harlem, appearing in their productions of Hamlet, Native Son, King Lear, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Crazy Locomotive, Macbeth, Mother Courage and Her Children, The Cherry Orchard, and their installment of 365 Days/365 Plays at the Public Theatre. 

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  • Short Films

    This weekend, I filmed a scene for my friend Diana Cherkas' new pilot, Friending in Real Life.  My character was a participant in a video conference, so I was able to film my part by myself, over Skype, serving as my own costumer, art director, and cinematographer.  It took me all of fifteen minutes.  Ah, the times we live in...

    Also, the short film I worked on this past summer, You're Not Scary, is finished and has been posted to You Tube in time for Halloween.  You can view it in the Video portion of this website, or check it out here.  Thanks, and Happy Halloween!

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