Imani G. Alexander

writer, director, performer of bone woman

Los Angeles native Imani G. Alexander studied directing and physical theatre in London, earning an MA in Text & Performance from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and Birkbeck College (University of London). She has trained in ballet, modern, and dance theatre and has taught local high school dance and choreography. She has been involved in the Los Angeles arts scene as a dance theatre performer, choreographer, vocalist, and singer-songwriter. Recent choreography credits include the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble productions of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (2017) and Side by Side by Sondheim (2018).


Dara Weinberg

co-director, 2017 hollywood & edinburgh fringe productions of bone woman

Dara Weinberg is a Los Angeles-based theatre person. She sometimes specializes in ensemble forms related to the Greek chorus. Previous theatre: Baltimore, Bath, the Bay Area, Berlin, Budapest, Chicago, DC, Indianapolis, Lodz, Los Angeles, Krakow, Phoenix, Portland, and Warsaw.  She is writing a memoir about her experiences living in Poland and working in Polish theatre, through Bath Spa University's PhD program. She is an LA native and an associate member of Theatre of NOTE, where she directs the resident chorus. 

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Arun Storrs

Live puppet performer. 2017 hollywood & edinburgh fringe Productions of bone woman

Actor, dancer and performance artist Arun Storrs graduated from Yale with a degree in Theater, Ethnicity, Race & Migration.  She was a member of New York University's inaugural EMERGENYC program for young performance artists of color. Arun has been a program consultant for Minority Rights Group International, using site-specific theater to help combat racism in Africa and the Middle East.  When she isn't performing and collaborating with other Los Angeles artists, she runs the non-profit The Kumari Project.


Natasha Sotra

Production & marketing assistant, 2017 edinburgh fringe Production of Bone woman

Natasha Sotra earned a BA in Theatre Performance from Goldsmiths, University of London as well as an MA in Text & Performance from RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). She has written and published a book of original fairy tales and she wrote, directed and performed in a stage adaptation of Crime and Punishment that was featured at the Bloomsbury Festival in London (2015). She currently works in Children's Programming and the Drama Department at the National Broadcast TV Station of Montenegro, where she writes teleplays and film shorts based on fairy tales and Montenegrin folklore.