Founder and Director
Alejandra Duque Cifuentes will be completing her degree in Drama & Theatre Arts at Columbia University in May 2014. She is passionate about creating new and transcendent theatre that is relevant and personal, connecting to communities and providing them with a forum and art form that allows them to express both their needs and vigor. She has been teaching children and adults of all ages fro 8 years and is currently a teaching artist for Manhattan New Music Project and Urban Arts Partnership. She is also a stage manager and director having worked in productions alongside Austin Pendleton, Kristin Linklater, Melanie Joseph, Joanna Haigood, Lear DeBessonet, Ken Rus Schmoll and the Columbia University School of the Arts, among others. Selected credits include: The Owl Answers, Wilde Kane Project, PASEO, Looking for Beethoven, Takarazukah!!!, Birthday Triage, Iphigeneia at Aulis, Man of Rock (NYMF), Highway Blue, FUREE in Pins and Needles, Medea, El Regalo Perfecto, For the Love of Three Oranges. In Spring 2014 she will be directing Fear and Misery of The Third Reich by: Bertolt Brecht as a part of Barnard College’s 2014 Thesis Festival.
Learn more about Alejandra by visiting her About.me page.