RAQUEL ALMAZAN - DIRECTOR, Dramaturg, PLAYWRIGHT
RAQUEL ALMAZAN: interdisciplinary artist, facilitator and activist. (M.F.A. - Playwriting, Columbia University). Her eclectic career spans original multi-media solo performances, playwriting, devising and dramaturgy.
Almazan’s work has been featured in New York City - including Off-Broadway, throughout the United States and internationally in Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala and Sweden; including several of her plays within the (Latin is America play cycle) writing bi-lingual plays in dedication to each Latin American country.
Select venues: Lincoln Center, Classical Harlem of Harlem, The Signature Theatre, New Georges, Repertorio Espanol. She has been rewarded Professional Development residencies with Bric Arts, The Eugene O’Neill Center Playwrights Conference and The Playwrights’ Center. Recipient of the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture Grant, Kennedy Center’s Latinidad Award, Kate Neal Kinley Playwriting Fellowship, and the Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation Playwriting Prize.