Isabella Uzcátegui is an actor, director, filmmaker, and writer. She holds a BFA in Drama and a BS in Psychology from New York University. Her artistic practice explores dance-theater, Grotowski-based training, and devised work. She has a great interest in classical texts, particularly the tension between Shakespeare’s texts and contemporary theater practices with a focus on linguistic approaches to the work. Other disciplines and research fields integral to her arts practice are psychology, genealogy, the human body as archive, oral-traditions, and Latinx community engagement. Her most recent works include Veinticino: a myth of the brain (a trilingual piece exploring memories, dreams, language, and identity), and Mujer, a short film developed in collaboration with Nine Muses Entertainment, and mentored by Mitu original member, Bryce Dallas Howard. She has collaborated as an apprentice in Theater Mitu’s productions of Death of a Salesman and Remnant. As an actor, she has performed internationally in Panama, Costa Rica, and New York City.