Ewa Maria Wojcik

Ewa Maria Wojcik, Actress/Director
Ewa-1000Since early childhood, Ewa Maria Wójcik was enchanted with reciting poems and at the age of eleven was awarded First Prize at the French Poetry Competition in New York for presenting the fables of Jean de la Fontaine. Born in Washington D.C. she attended the French-American School and the Lycée Français of New York for eleven years before graduating from Mamaroneck High School. To pursue her artistic studies, she chose the Stella Adler Studio and later continued for two years at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, graduating with a Certificate in Acting. Then, Ewa Maria attended Hunter College and Fordham University at Lincoln Center, and in 2009, received her BA in Theatre. Currently Ewa is perfecting her Classical Acting Studies at The Central School of Speach and Drama in London. Her New York credits include: Lena in Still life by Alexander Dinelaris directed by Elisabeth Bove at the Players CLub, Royal Theater, Helena/Snout in Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Nicole Schalmo, Emilia in Two Noble Kinsmen and Fury #2 in Aeschylus’ The Eumenides, directed by James Jennings at the American Theatre of Actors, Lucy in Dracula by Mac Wellman, directed by Neil Robertson and presented by the Haberdasher Theater Co., Nicolas Chopin in Lullaby for Chopin at Il Piccolo Teatro; Mrs. Jones in Street Scene, directed by Barbara Bosch at The Kaye Playhouse; Rebekah in Baruch by Sam Schoer and directed by Michael Goldfried, Kremlin in The Nets by Sarah Harburg-Petrich, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch; Alexis Del Monte in Drawbridge by Lauren Opper, directed by Kate Gagnon, and as Corazon in The Wild Inside by Cusi Cram, presented by Primary Stages, and directed by Jackson Gay. She also directed Midsummer Night's Dream and played Helena/Snout as well presented in Brooklyn during the XIII International Chopin & Friends Festival in 2011. Her film credits include: The Present, directed Helen O’Reilly; Roost, directed by St. John Smith; What Makes Jada Click? directed by Raquel Roxanne, and En Passant by Georgia Roxon. For several years, Ewa Maria toured Poland presenting recitals of 19th century Romantic poetry in their original languages - Polish, English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Ewa Maria taught theatre to young children at the New York French American Charter School in Harlem.