Photo by Robert Chamorro

Photo by Robert Chamorro

Victoria Collado is a Cuban-American, Miami-born-and-raised Director currently living and working in New York City.

She has an interest in merging the movement world with naturalist plays in order to create exciting theatrical experiences. Victoria received her BFA in Theatre Performance from Florida International University. She has directed for Repertorio Español, IATI Theatre, MicroTeatro Miami, What If Works, and others. She was a Van Lier Directing Fellow with Repertorio Español where her productions of El Cruce Sobre el Niagara  and El Burlador de Sevilla were produced. El Burlador received various nominations from the ACE awards, and won for Outstanding Ensemble. Victoria was recently part of the Directing Corps in the Williamstown Theatre Festival and a recipient of the SDCF Observership.

Victoria is currently the Assistant Director to Tony Taccone in John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons on Broadway.

Ms. Collado is an Associate Member of SDC.