A.R.T.: What to Send Up When It Goes Down. Deadria Harrington is a New York City-based creative producer, artist, and member of theProducing Artistic Leadership Team of The Movement Theatre Company. With The Movement, she has developed numerous new works by emerging artists of color, most recently What to Send Up When It Goes Down by Aleshea Harris, directed by Whitney White, and And She Would Stand Like This by Harrison David Rivers, directed by David Mendizábal, and choreography by Kia LaBeija. Select producing credits include: The Architecture of Becoming, WP Theater; At Buffalo, NYMF, UB Buffalo Creative Arts Initiative, CAP21, TED 2019Conference participant; Alligator, New Georges. Harrington was a Time Warner FoundationFellow of the 2012-2014 Producers Lab at Women’s Project Theater, a Next Generation Leader of Color at the 2014 Latinx Theatre Commons National Convening, and has participated in artEquity’s National Facilitator Training. She has worked on a consultant basis with SITICompany and artEquity and is currently the Associate Director at New Georges. Education/Training: BA, Drama and Psychology, Vassar College.