Theatre & Film

There are many ways to affect social change.  But, few have the power of theatre and film to engage, provoke, inspire and empathize.  MEEE believes that theatre and film are the ultimate “call to action” that pervades social media in the 21st century!  And, so, we create, produce and distribute EduTainment properties that make a difference.  Plays, musicals, short films and film plays comprise our portfolio, and the opportunity to develop new and different entertaining “lessons” is limitless. Check out our current and past projects on our Theatre and Film pages.

Professional Affiliations

Santo D. Marabella is member of the following arts and entertainment industry organizations:

The Dramatists Guild of America Member Profile

IMDB Member Profile

The Lambs® Member Profile

Theatre Communications Group

Current Projects

Metis and the Man

Marabella’s latest play, Metis and the Man, a one-act, is being performed by Reading Theater Project, as part of their Fight or Flight production during the September 29 and Oct 6, at the WCR Center for the Arts, Reading, PA.  

When President Roosevelt said, “the only thing we have to fear, is fear itself,” in his first inaugural address in 1933, he was underscoring the paralyzing effect that being afraid had on our ability as a nation to move out of the depression towards prosperity. It’s not much different for us as individuals: our fears can immobilize our ability to lead productive and satisfying lives.

Metis and the Man acknowledges the pervasive cultural context of fear in which Americans live and the disempowering impact it has on us as individuals. More importantly, it calls attention to the power we have to manage our fear, if we are open to re-perceiving it as a force to reckon with in our present, that is relegated to our past, so it doesn’t impact our future.

This Is Reading

Marabella is a Producer of This Is Reading, the performance arts installation created by the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and Tony nominated playwright, Lynn Nottage (SWEAT).  Click here for Free Tickets or More Info!

This is Reading at the Franklin Street Station in Downtown Reading