Claudia Rosales Waters
Claudia has been a Playwright with The Alliance for New Music Theater since 2018, when she premiered her radio-play, Café, as part of Full Service Radio and performed in the Afghan Women’s Project at the Page to Stage Festival at the Kennedy Center. Her work going forward with the company will include devising and writing of a piece focused around the lost stories of the women playwrights and performers of Spain’s Golden Era.
Other devising work includes the 2018 Helen-Hayes Nominated The Trojan Women Project.
Claudia obtained her Master’s in Performance in 2013 and devised new works for the past ten years. She has performed internationally, touring Peru as part of the Danza Nueva Festival as a member of Japanese-based performance company Izumi Ashizawa Performance; as well as nationally in Florida, Colorado, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Her newest play She Sings Light will have its world premiere July 2019 as part of Capital Fringe’s Curated Series.
Her work constantly and consistently guided by one question: how do we know who we are, if all those who knew us no longer exist? In other words, how important are our connections with others and how do those connections help us define ourselves.
A strong believer in the integration of arts education to strengthen student voices, Claudia is a Program Associate at Young Playwrights’ Theater.