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Héctor Pascual Álvarez

Theater Director


Héctor Alvarez is an interdisciplinary artist working in performance, theater, film, and contemporary opera. His work interrogates experiences of incarceration, oppression, violence, history, and identity. Héctor holds an MFA in Directing from California Institute of the Arts, an MA in Anglo-American modernist literature from University College London, and a BA in theater and international studies from Macalester College (USA).

He is the founder of Stupleme, a collective of emerging BIPOC and immigrant artists committed to experimentation. Héctor was the executive director of Still Point Theater Collective, which provided arts outreach programs to adults with developmental disabilities, incarcerated women, and senior citizens.

He has taught at North Park University, California Institute of the Arts, and is the current Horger Artist-in-Residence in the Performing Arts at Lehigh University. He is a FutureNow Fellow, Watson Fellow, HIA Senior Fellow, and a 2022 Princess Grace Award recipient.

Updated April 2024