Sandra is a multilingual director and actor with a strong background in physical theatre.

 

She trained in Spain ( Escuela de Juan Carlos Corazza) and completed an MA at RADA where she specialised in directing. She also attended the Director's Lab at the Lincoln Center Theater (NY) and the director's course at the Young Vic. She has done courses at l’Ecole Internationale de Théâtre de Jacques Lecoq (Paris) and at the Odin Teatret (Denmark). She is currently doing her PhD at the UPV University, in the Basque Country. 

 

Sandra was a Jerwood Assistant Director at the Young Vic where she assisted  Oliver Mears on My Dad´s a Birdman; other assisting credits include Seven Angels by The Opera Group (ROH2 and tour), The Mouse and His Child (RSC) and Hope ( Royal Court). She was also a resident director at Matilda The Musical in the West End. 

 

Sandra has directed plays at The Riverside Studios (A Date with Doris), Theatre 503 (Building Walls), the Edinburgh Festival (Alice´s Shadow), The Albany (Love of Don Perlimplin), Oval House (Borderlands) and BAC. She was a fellow director at the Space where she directed the UK premiere of Hamlyn by Mayorga. 

 

 She has worked as a movement director in Venus Mars( The Old Red Lion/The Bush), Socrates and his Clouds ( Jermyn street theatre), Sinbad (Roundhouse), The Government Inspector (Parallel production at the Young Vic), Seven Angels (The Opera Group) and Frankenstein: The Metal Opera ( The Space).

 

As an actor her credits include BBC Doctors, Dreamthinkspeak production In the Beginning Was the End (Somerset House), The House of Bernarda Alba (The Space), Darkness Cycle (The Place), Danae ( Sadler’s Wells) and playing Tinkerbell in the O2´s production of Peter Pan. She has developed excellent movement skills through her training in physical theatre with companies such as Frantic Assembly 

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2010 - present

2010 - present