Et Alia Theater is a NYC based company founded and led by international women. Et Alia is Latin for ‘And Other’: we create art for the other, by the other, and about the other. We strive to foster an accepting community that provides a safe space where people can take risks, push themselves outside of their comfort zones and collide with an array of international voices which may be culturally unfamiliar.
MARIA MÜLLER (she/her)
Maria is a Romanian artist based in NYC. Her most recent projects include Where Are You? (Digital), directed by Sim Yan Ying as part of Mabou Mines' SUITE/Space 2020, On How To Be A Monster, written by her and directed by Federica Borlenghi, the short film Where Are You from Again? written and produced by her and directed by Benjamin Freemantle. For her role in the film, she won Best Actress at Indie Short Fest - Los Angeles International Film Festival and she was nominated for the same award at the Paris Film Festival. She has also been the host of East European Comic Con since 2016. She graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a major in Drama and a minor in Dance.
GIORGIA VALENTI (she/her)
Giorgia is an Italian artist in New York. She was most recently in the reading of It Can't Happen Here with Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene/Kairos Italy Theater and in a new play by Liza Berkeinmeir Scary Animals, directed by Leah Reddy. She has also worked on the development of A Thousand Ways (The Public) and The Fever (La Mama) with 600 HIGHWAYMEN. Giorgia's on-camera work includes a co-starring role in The Right Reasons (ActorsConnectionTV), for which she got a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Lee Strasberg Film Festival. She also co-produced and co-starred in a new film ‘Til Morning that is currently in Post-Production. Giorgia graduated with Honors from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts with a Major in Drama and a Minor in Dance. She has been modeling since the age of fourteen and lived in Italy till she was 10, in India till she was 17 and has been in NYC ever since!
ANA MOIOLI (she/her)
Ana is an award-winning actor, director, producer, and writer from Brazil and based in New York. Her career in acting has spanned the world, from Brazil to Russia to the United States. She has recently starred in CherryBomb, a TV series coming out on Amazon Prime in 2021 for which she was also a producer. She has received awards and nominations for her performances in both theater and film, such as in the film Elsewhere (ASFF Best Actress Award; Brazil International Film Festival's Special Jury Award), in the film Julieta (Independent Shorts Award – Best Actress Nominee) and in the show Birds of a Feather (The Secret Theatre/Take Ten Play Festival – Best Actress Nominee). She has also performed Off-Broadway several times with companies such as Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre and Group .BR. She co-directed with Ryan Cairns the short film 'Til Morning and directed and wrote the short film Bridge. Her play For The Time Being, which she also starred in, was produced at the NYWinterfest Festival in 2020.
LUÍSA GALATTI (she/her)
Luísa is a Brazilian actress and producer based in NYC. She holds a BFA in Theater from Escola Superior de Artes Celia Helena and recently moved to NYC to study at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. She creates and produces new forms of theatre and film that connect people with different stories and backgrounds. Back in her home country, Luísa worked as a producer and performer in several shows, including Cronicas de Nuestra América, written by Augusto Boal and directed by Marco Antonio Rodrigues. She was also part of the production of Distopia Brasil, a devised piece directed by Pedro Granato, in which she played the role of Inquisidora. While in school, she participated in the international theatre school festival GATS, in Peru. She was an Assistant Director and Guest Star on the TV Show CherryBomb (to be released on Amazon Prime in 2021). Currently, she's producing and acting in Till Morning, a short film she wrote.
DENIZ BULAT (she/her)
Deniz is a Turkish actor, writer, producer based in New York City. Her most recent acting credits include Loners and Flirtation of Art in Stonestreet Studios, Stupid F**king Bird and Romeo & Juliet both in Atlantic Theater School. She wrote and starred in her short film Angel, directed by Amelia Annen. Deniz is a graduate of NYU Tisch Drama. She is interested in multi-medium story-telling, international collaboration, and producing in a global setting.