ALEJANDRA RAMOS is a playwright, actress, director and producer. She holds a B.A in Dance and Theater, from University of Puerto Rico, and an M.A. in Scenic Arts from the University of Murcia, Spain. Co-founder and Artistic Director of Teatro la azotea, Inc. Published works includes the book En la azotea, 10 piezas cortas de teatro (Puerto Rico: Callejón 2016), and the play En Blanco as part of Puerto Rico Off: Teatro y Performance Fronterizos (Miami: Hypermedia, 2020). Selected credits: Playwriting Instructor at University of Puerto Rico (2017); director of AEA theater showcase Agua, Vida y Tierra (MITU 360, BK, NY); Step-Up Artist in Residence at Pregones/PRTT for development and workshop production of original play Broken Words (2018); role of Patricia in feature film Angelfish (2019); playwright and co-director of A Taste of Loving Sea (FuerzaFest 2019); featured playwright and performer for series “En Construcción, New Works Latin American Writers,” produced by Poets & Writers, Inc.(The Astoria Bookshop 2019). Alejandra is Project Playwright for Pregones/PRTT’s Abrazo: The Embrace for Mental Health, launched in 2022 with support from The Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.