Germán D´Alessandro


Germán D’Alessandro is an Argentinian theatre director (specialized in Drama Teaching and Social Psychology) who, for several years in Buenos Aires and London, has been teaching drama, and Spanish language through drama activities.

Germán was invited to London in 2006 by the Cervantes Institute, the Spanish equivalent of the British Council, where he founded and directed Tierra Theatre Company (Earth Theatre) made up of Spanish-speaking artists and teachers.

His projects have been supported by the Argentinian Embassy, Spanish Embassy, Cervantes Institute and London Mayor. In 2009, he won a UK lottery grant to explore psychodrama as a model for facilitating social cohesion, working with immigrants and natives to explore differences and to inspire leadership and enterprises through drama activities. Most recently, Germán has coordinated activities to commemorate the bicentenary of Latin American independence and delivered workshops to young adults in a pan-European summer school in Essex.