Alejandro Morales is a New York based playwright.

He is the author of the silent concerto, sweaty palms, expat/inferno, marea, castle of blood, the october crisis (to laura), william bell/adrian on the island, and On Rachmaninoff’s Birthday.  His work has been presented, produced or developed at The Public Theater, INTAR, HERE Arts Center, South Coast Repertory, Mabou Mines, The New York International Fringe Festival and Packawallop Productions, a company he co-founded and serves as Associate Artistic Director.  He has read his work at a variety of venues including The Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Dixon Place and The Lesbian and Gay Community Center in New York City.  He is published by NoPassport Press, Alexander Street Press and IndieTheaterNow.com.  He was a 2008 Public Theater Emerging Writer and a Van Lier Fellow at Mabou Mines.  His play sebastian was awarded the 2002 Whitfield Cook Award and in 2003 expat/inferno won Best Overall Achievement at the New York International Fringe Festival.  He is an alumnus of New Dramatists and a member of the Dramatists Guild.

He lives in Brooklyn with his two cats Seaweed and Lulu.

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