Diana Alvarado – Act Up Teacher
Diana Paola Alvarado, an accomplished theatre director and actor, holds a Master of Fine Arts in Movement from the RCSSD in London (2018). As the Founder, Creative Director, and Movement Director at La Fábrica de Microobios, she has established herself as a visionary force in the theatre industry.
Diana Paola’s international experience includes an internship at the Sydney Opera House in Australia as a Movement Director (January 2018 – May 2018). Her academic journey encompasses teaching roles, notably as a Professor of Theatre at FMU in Guatemala,
Having completed her theatrical studies at the School of Art, Kodaly Studio, and the Theatre Company CETAU in Guatemala, Diana Paola furthered her acting education by studying Jacques Lecoq’s technique in Paris (France) and Barcelona (Spain). Her commitment to continuous learning has led her to complete a master’s degree in Movement: Direction and Teaching at the RCSSD, where she also completed her thesis on the theory of touch and its impact on actor development.
With a rich background in both academia and professional theatre, Diana Paola Alvarado continues to make significant contributions to the global theatre landscape, combining her artistic vision, teaching acumen, and diverse cultural experiences.
Diana Paola’s dedication to education is evident in her extensive teaching experience at institutions worldwide, covering Drama, Movement Direction, and directing actors for the screen.
In her role as a Theatre Director, Diana Paola has directed numerous plays, including “Arabian Night“, “Peter Pan“, “Othello” and “,” showcasing her versatility and creative prowess. Additionally, she has served as a producer for various productions and has been recognized for her expertise as a Movement Director and Intimacy Director/Choreographer.