Mexican actress and director Alejandra Orozco has worked at the Spanish Repertory Theatre in New York in various productions including leading roles in The Feast of the Goat (ACE Award 2004 – Best Actress), The Passion According to Antigona Perez (HOLA Award 2000 – Best Actress), Doña Rosita la Soltera (ACE Award 2006 - Best Actress), Yerma, The House of Bernarda Alba, Blood Wedding, Chronicle of a Death Foretold, Parece Blanca (HOLA Award 2001 - Best Actress). Also in New York she played leads in Dario Fo’s A Woman Alone, and in Edward Allan Baker’s The Bride of Olneyville Square. She has performed internationally at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, Cervantino International Festival, Manizales International Festival of Colombia, Sor Juana Ines Theater, and the Julio Castillo Theater in Mexico, among others. On film you can see her in the leading role in Con la Mirada Perdida (Director- Delia Izcalbalceta), and she appears in Milk and Honey and Virgil Bliss (Director - Joe Maggio) and Dirt (Director - Nancy Savoca). She was awarded the Grant to Young Creators by the National Endowment for the Arts of Mexico and was two-time recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts of Mexico’s Grant for Professional Advancement Abroad. In Mexico she directed several plays, and made her NYC directorial debut with Griselda Gambaro’s La Malasangre (HOLA 2003 Award for Best Director, ACE 2003 Award for Best Director). Other directorial credits include A Place Without Seasons by Ramirez, Face Divided by Edward Allan Baker, Bestiario de Brujas by Cecilia Lemus, Connecting People by Elena Guiochins, Lejos del Corazon by Estela Leñero, Julio sin Agosto by Carmina Narro, among others. In 2009 Alejandra Orozco co-created the celebrated contemporary dance piece So Solo in Lisbon with Clara Andermatt and Robert Castle (voted #2 Best Dance piece in Portugal of 2009 by Portuguese Dance critics). Ms. Orozco co-founded IT New York with Robert Castle in 2003, with whom she teaches acting workshops in New York, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, Ireland, Spain, and Brazil.