Cristina Duarte


Cristina Duarte is director, actor, writer and educator. She has an MFA in Directing from Brooklyn College, an MA in Theatre Arts from Hunter College, and a BA in Literature from Bard College. A member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), she has directed numerous productions in NYC and Santa Fe. As an actor, she has appeared in several films and television with recurring roles on Law and Order, One Life to Live, All My Children and a continuing run on Saturday Night Live as an ensemble player since 2005. For further credits visit: 

Cristina has taught acting, directing and theatre studies at Brooklyn College, Hunter College, Queens College, The Stella Adler Studio, and The Santa Fe University of Art and Design where she served as Lead Faculty for the Performing Arts Department. She is the proud recipient of the “2019-2020 Teaching Fellowship” from Brooklyn College, the 2018 “Singer Family Award for Excellence in Teaching” from the University of Rochester, and the 2013 “Partners in Excellence Award” from Young Audiences NY. You can find her recent publication, “A Monologue Should Serve You” in Dramatics Magazine, Oct. 2020.