Alessandra Fel is a Lecoq trained actress, physical theatre performer, director and teacher. After twelve years of professional experience in London, in 2013 she relocated to Singapore.


She trained with the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) for two years and gained her foundation in Butoh dance with Tadashi Endo in Germany. She is also experienced in acrobatic and clown work. Her credit includes ‘The Pearl Fishers’ and ‘Radamisto’ at the London Coliseum with the English National Opera.


Since her relocation in Singapore she has been a part-time lecturer at LaSalle School of Arts and NAFA, teaching acting/improvisation, movements and mask work. She is now a theatre faculty at SOTA.


As an actress she has been involved in the Ravindran Drama Group production of ‘All is well’ at the Arts House and in the commercials of Visa and Resort World, as a director/choreographer she collaborated with Maya Dance Theatre Company in their last site specific show ‘Angst Angel’ and with Pink Gaja as physical dramaturge in their 2015 M1 Fringe show ‘Bicara’.

Alessandra Fel

Through movement, text, live! music and a touch of the absurd, Upside-down is a journey into the demise of an ordinary couple


Weaving sparse and repetitive language into skilful physical theatre, Upside Down is a melancholy fairy tale with an unhappy ending.

Mary Paterson (Open Dialogue)


Full Review: http://open-dialogues.blogspot.com/2008/12/how-did-we-get-here-asks-male-performer.html

Upsisde-down CPT

Flying/swimming during the overture at the London Coliseum in the Pearl Fishers production with the English National Opera.