Victoria Collado is a Cuban American from Miami who can currently be found in New York City. Her main focus is to merge the movement world with naturalist plays in order to create exciting theatrical experiences. She recently directed the immersive theatre piece, AMPARO, written by Vanessa Garcia in partnership with Havana Club by Bacardi. Victoria has directed for Repertorio Español, MCC Youth Company, Sheen Center, IATI theatre, Juggerknot Theatre Co., Microteatro Miami, Columbia University and others. Her production El Burlador de Sevilla received various nominations from the ACE awards, and won for Outstanding Ensemble. She was a Van Lier Directing Fellow with Repertorio Español, part of the Directing Corps in the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and a recipient of the SDCF Observership. Victoria was the assistant director to Tony Taccone in John Leguizamo’s Latin History For Morons on Broadway. She received her BFA from Florida International University. She is a fellow of the WP Theater’s 2018-2020 Lab. Ms. Collado is an Associate Member of SDC.
DIRECTING YOUR OWN MOVIE
In this course you’ll hear from Victoria about how to lead a team and the importance of collaboration.
As a director of theater and film, she will touch on the guest experience as well as how to stay sane when trying to please those around you.