All For One is dedicated to producing and developing extraordinary solo theater, and to creating opportunities for solo artists to enjoy sustaining careers.
Extraordinary solo theater is unique in its ability to deliver life-changing stories. It speaks with a passion and intimacy that compels us to lean in, learn, relate, and revel, while offering a range of topics and experiences as diverse as humankind itself.
Since 2011, All For One Theater has presented acclaimed full-length solo plays Off-Broadway. We also created the AFO Solo Collective (AFO|SoCo) to nurture and develop some of the brightest writing, performing, and directing talent in the solo world.
On these pages you will find established and emerging solo artists with one thing in common: their plays inform, inspire, move, and matter. Each of these artists will deliver their story with a fire that will engage, entertain, and activate you.
We hope you will join us soon and experience great theater.
FOUNDER & ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
EXECUTIVE & PRODUCING DIRECTOR
AFO is generously supported by
All For One asserts that Black Lives Matter.
We are committed to supporting and amplifying Black voices and perspectives through our conduct and our programming.
All For One acknowledges it is currently a white-led organization operating in an industry plagued with systemic racism.
We pledge to hold ourselves accountable, to examine our inevitable mistakes and missteps, and to make amends when we have wronged our colleagues or our community.
We pledge that each season's Solo Collective will always include the voices of Black Artists and other Artists of Color.
We pledge that our cohort of Artists in Residence will continue to include and hold space for Black Artists and Artists of Color.
We pledge that creative teams for Main Stage productions will always include multiple BIPOC Artists.
We pledge to always pay our artists and never ask for work for free.
Leadership and staff will be pursuing anti-racist training to combat the privilege and biases that have shaped us, in order to better understand our complicity in the racial inequities of our industry and our society.