Alessandra Fel is a physical theatre actress and performer, director and teacher. After eleven years in London, in 2013 she moved to Singapore where she founded her company, TheatreLab. Since then she has taught physical theatre at LaSalle College of the Arts and Nafa. In 2014 she became a member of SOTA Theatre Faculty where she directed the international theatre program. After three years at SOTA, Alessandra returned to work part-time, teaching movement, acting and mask work at NAFA, ITI (Intercultural Theatre Institute) and HCAC (Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity).
After graduating in Philosophy, Alessandra moved to London to study a Master's degree in Contemporary Theatre at Brunel University and then continued with two years of full-time training at Lispa, the London International School of Performing Arts - Lecoq training. During this time, she also studied Butoh dance, acrobatics and clowning. In 2009, she received a diploma in teaching adults and children at the City Lit school in London.
During her stay in London, Alessandra acquired significant experience as a director and performer in the following fields: physical theatre, dance theatre, site specific, opera, short films, voice over and teaching. Some of her most important collaborations include "The Pearl Fishers" by Bizet and "Radamisto" by Handle at the English National Opera (ENO).
During her 5 years in Singapore, Alessandra also collaborated with the Maya Dance Theatre company, RDG Production and participated twice in the M1 Fringe Festival, receiving a NAC Creation Grant for her latest creation 'Under My Skin' (Theatre Studio Esplanade 2017), developed within the residency program at Centre 42.
Since she returned to Italy in 2018, Alessandra has been teaching theatre workshops throughout the Marche region with various schools and associations, including ASPIC (School of Consulting) and internationally with ISTA (International Schools Theatre Association). Alessandra is currently part of the David Glass Ensemble, an international theatre group, where she recently worked on the AB project led by world-famous theatre director David Glass.