Livia Gomes Demarchi 

Recent News

Native Gardens at Center Rep

Livia played Tania Del Valle in this hilarious staging of Karen Zacarias's play, directed by Artistic Director Michael Butler. October 16th, November 16th at Center Rep in Walnut Creek.


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A Comedy of Errors at Livermore Shakespeare,

Directed by Domenique Lozano, Livia was to play Adriana. This production was slated to have a June-July run in 2020 and it was unfortunately canceled due to COVID.

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World Premiere of Ghosts of Bogotá by Diana Burbano at AlterTheater Ensemble in San Rafael

Livia originated the role of Lola in the Rela Lossy award winning play Ghosts of Bogotá by Diana Burbano. Description: Drama queen Lola, do-gooder Sandy, and their hedonistic baby brother Bruno return to their parents’ home country to bury their grandfather. But he won’t stay dead! A comedy about breaking the bonds of family trauma, secrets that won't remain buried, and never feeling at home in any country that can claim you.

"In a star turn, Gomes Demarchi makes her lack of self-consciousness deeply conscious, because it’s always pitched to an audience... she’s adorable, because she inhabits her feelings with the heaving, full-bodied sighs and spasms most adults have been conditioned to abandon". Lily Janiak, San Francisco Chronicle


Playground's Online Zoom Fest

In response to COVID, Playground SF developed an online festival of short plays, staged readings, and full-length presentations, employing around 250 artists and reenvisioning theater during this difficult time. Livia participated in 3 brand new works. To see it on-demand:

American Theater Magazine's Article:

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The San Diego REP Latinx New Play Festival, hosted by the Amigos del REP, is a celebration of engaging and dynamic new plays by Latinx playwrights from across the United States. 

Our 2020 Latinx New Play Festival runs September 4 - 6, streamed online. Click Here for More Info

Read about the Festival in the New York Times:


Saturday, September 5th 

 12:00pm Sapience by Diana Burbano


La Vida Lobo, by Linda Amayo-Hassan, presented in PLayground's Zoomfest

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My Bio

Paulistana by birth, Livia was born and raised in São Paulo, Brasil. Since immigrating to the U.S., she finished a degree in Theater and Performance Studies from UC Berkeley and has worked at the Magic Theater, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, SF Playhouse, Center Rep, Crowded Fire, Theater Rhinoceros, Marin Shakespeare and Arabian Shakespeare. She is a proud Latinx artist, who also writes, having her autobiographical bilingual show Quem Eu? workshopped at UC Berkeley. She believes in the power of representation, storytelling, and empathy that this art form provides, and is passionate about the many layers available to a performer inside a character. She is committed to radical representation and inclusion within her own community and the theater beyond. Obrigada, Gracias and Welcome to my site! 



"Es importante que el actor tenga siempre en cuenta la misión educativa de su atividad artística, su carater pedagógico, su carater combativo. El teatro es una arte y una arma". 

"É  importante que o ator tenha sempre em mente a missão educativa de sua atividade artistica, seu caráter pedagógico, seu caráter combativo. O teatro é uma arte e uma arma".

"It's important that the actor keeps in mind the educative mission of their artistic activity, it's pedagogical character, it's combative character. Theater is both an art and a weapon".

Augusto Boal, Teatro dos Oprimidos


Contact Me

Representation: LOOK Talent

Agent: Joan Spangler

333 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA 94107