ALEXANDRIA MOORMAN (she/her) makes her Victory Gardens debut with cullud wattah! Selected Chicago credits: What to Send Up When it Goes Down (Congo Square Theatre), The Before Haiti Project (HAMOC), Wolves (Exit 63), Mother of the Dark Water (IMPAACT), Tubman: Road to Freedom, Christmas Carol (GreatWorks Touring Co). Short films: How to Re-caulk your Tub dir. Sean Pierce (Best INTL Short, Calgary Underground FF), Mid 30s Martyr dir. Eliaz Rodriguez (Best Actress Short, Austin Revolution FF & others). She’s written and produced several sketch and improv shows at The Second City, iO, The Annoyance, CiC, Newport Theater, among others. She attended Emerson College, graduated w/ a BFA in Acting and teaches with VG, CPS, Mudlark Theatre & GreatWorks. Her advocacy work is focused on diversity and accessibility within Chicago theatre, learn more @chicagoartistguide.org. She’s returning this fall in Congo Square’s critically acclaimed, Jeff-recommended play, What to Send Up When It Goes Down at Lookingglass.