Daphnie Sicre is an educator, director, dramaturg. She has taken off the past year from directing to focus on finishing her dissertation on Afro-Latinx performance. Her NYC directing credits include: simultaneously directing the stage readings of Dying is An Art & Olympic Dreams for the 365 Women Project in 2015. She directed Shower Me at the FringeNYC as well as Stranger for Stage Black where she won a Best Director award. Additionally, the AUDELCO nominated Not About Eve, the workshop production of the immersive play PLAY/DATE, NYC Premier of Collateral Bodies, and NuYork Pastorela. For over ten years, she directed over 20+ productions with high school students in Miami, FL. She is currently completing her PhD at NYU in Educational Theatre. She is a full-time instructor at BMCC-CUNY, where she teaches courses in theatre, social justice, and advanced public speaking. Raised in Madrid, Spain, but born in Guayaquil, Ecuador to Peruvian and Spanish parents, Sicre shares a deep passion for discovering multiple Latino and African-American perspectives in theatre. For more information, click here.