Alessandra Fel is an actress and physical theatre performer, director, choreographer and teacher. After ten years in London, she relocated to Singapore in 2013 where she founded her company, TheatreLab. Since then she has been teaching Jacques Lecoq as a... Read More
Alessandra Fel is an actress and physical theatre performer, director, choreographer and teacher. After ten years in London, she relocated to Singapore in 2013 where she founded her company, TheatreLab. Since then she has been teaching Jacques Lecoq as a method of actor’s training at LaSalle College of the Arts and Nafa. In 2014 she became a member of the SOTA Theatre Faculty where she led the International Baccalaureate Career Programme. After three years at SOTA, Alessandra moved back to free lancing by teaching movement, acting and mask work at NAFA, ITI (Intercultural Theatre Institute) and HCAC (Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity). Alessandra is also a member of the International Theatre School Association (ISTA) pool of artist.
Upon receiving her degree in philosophy, Alessandra moved to London to study a Master in Contemporary Theatre at Brunel University and then continued with a two years full time training at Lispa, the London International School of Performing Arts - Jacques Lecoq training. During this time, she also studied Butoh dance, acrobatic and clownery. In 2009, she received a diploma in teaching adults and children at the City Lit school of London.
During her time in London, Alessandra gained significant experience as director and performer in the following fields: physical theatre, devise, dance theatre, site specific, opera, short films, voice over and teaching.
Some of her most notable collaborations include ‘The Pearl Fishers’ by Bizet and ‘Radamisto‘ by Handle at the English National Opera (ENO).
During her past 6 years in Singapore, Alessandra has also collaborated with Maya Dance Theatre company, RDG Production and has participated twice to the M1 Fringe Festival, receiving an NAC Creation Grant for her last creation ‘Under My Skin’ (Theatre Studio Esplanade 2017), developed within the Centre 42 artist in residence programme.
Alessandra is currently based in Europe. She is a David Glass Associate and an International School Theatre Association Artist.