Sinteatro Intimus  is a collective of artists based in New York City, who are striving to bring theatre back to its original ritual form. We aim to strip our work down to the core, presenting it in its purest state. Our minimalist approach to our work allows us the freedom to create photographs of the soul without the distraction of conventional forms. This ideal carries over into every aspect of our performances, from the physical space to our relationship with our audience. As we reach beyond the limitations of a proscenium or black box, we develop pieces that can be performed in any space. We hope you will be a part of this experience with us, because our goal is to share not just to show. We enjoy breaking the rules and invite you to join us as we venture into the unknown. Searching to illuminate the conditions that bind us all together as humans. 

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Amintade Lara 

Aminta is an award winning actor and director. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is an original founding member of the theatre group Sinteatro. Recent projects include directing the play “Avion de Papel”by Diana Chery for which she won an HOLA (Hispanic Organization of Latino Actors) Award for Best Director. She co-starred in the film “El Rumor de las Piedras”, directed by Alejandro Bellame. It won the Best Movie Award at the Merida Film Festival in Venezuelagether as humans.

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Howard Collado

Howard earned his BFA in Theater from LIU. He is a two time recipient of the HOLA Best Actor Award for his work in “I Want You By My Side” and “The Glass Cord” . He has appeared in “The Importance of Being Blanca” and “At the End of The Century”. He is an accomplished musician and composer. A founding member of Sinteatro Intimus.

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Marion Elaine

Marion is a born and raised New York Actress. She is a graduate of Hunter College with a BA Degree in Theater and Media Studies. Notable credits include the starring role in the independent feature film “Do You Think I’m Pretty?”, Intimus Theater’s productions of “The Importance of Being Blanca” and “At The End Of The Century”. She also played Steph in an off off Broadway production of “reasons to be pretty”.

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Robert Ramos

Robby is a graduate of the Terry Schrieber Studio One Year Conservatory where he is currently studying with Terry Sscheiber. Recent credits include; “Balm in Gilead” at the 45th Street Theatre, “You Can’t Take It With You” at The Gloria Maddox Theatre and “Contigo” at the Signature Theatre. For Sinteatro he has appeared in the “Importance of Being Blanca” and “At The End Of The Century”.

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David Wasson

David comes to the company with over 40 years  of experience as an actor, director, writer and producer. He has appeared on Broadway and National Companies in such shows as “Man of La Mancha”, “Evita”, “Annie” and “42nd Street”. David has performed with and learned from such notable award winning stars as Will Smith, Raul Julia, Richard Kiley, John Cullum and Robert Goulet. He has also worked with and assisted Tony and Oscar winning directors, Albert Marre, Martin Charnin and Josh Logan.  He is proud to be a member of the “Sinteatro” family. Believing in both their talent and passion for the art of story telling.