Carla Briscoe graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained with the Atlantic Theater Company. Recent credits include Jarry Inside Out in Washington D.C., the NY production of David Adam Gill's Providence, and Helen Pafumi's Abominable, directed by Kirsten Kelly. She has worked with and at the Upright Citizens Brigade, NY International Fringe Festival, New Dramatists, HB Playwrights, IRT, Ars Nova, Theater J, New Georges, The Kennedy Center, LAByrinth Theater Company, the People's Improv Theater, and The Sundance Institute, among others. Film & TV credits: Blue Caprice, A Little Help, and Breaking the News. Her play, The Lie Down, was a semi-finalist for the Princess Grace Award in Playwriting, and she can be seen performing stand-up at Carolines on Broadway, the Broadway Comedy Club, and other local venues. She is currently producing and directing the episodic docuseries, Released: Life After Prison.