Hope Alexander (Director, The Immigrant)
started her career in 1963 at The San Francisco Actor's Workshop as the
youngest apprentice in that company's history. Her directing work has
taken her from Costa Mesa (South Coast Repertory) to Paris, France (Le
Petit Herbertot Theatre)! A multiple award winner, directing favorites
include: Picasso at the Lapin Agile,
Criminal Minds, Camino Real, The Comedy of Errors, The Fantasticks,
Play Strindberg, The Nina Variations, the world premiere musical Rosenstrasse, Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Fighting overBeverly, Last List of My Mad Mother, The Glencarin Cycle (a series of Eugene O'Neill's sea plays performed on-board a 19th-century schooner in the San Francisco Bay), A Christmas Carol, and Snow White (both written by her son Thorin Alexander).
Acting credits include Shakespeare’s People opposite
Sir Michael Redgrave as well as performing in theatres across the
country, including A.C.T, Berkeley Rep, and South Coast Rep.
On TV, she starred on The New W.K.R.P in Cincinnati and The Mystery of Black Rose Castle and can be seen in many late night films.