Alexandra Paal


  • Performer and chorographer of stream at Schwere Reiter Theater in Munich
  • Performer in Sitzung by Martina Gamper at Haus der Kunst Munich


  • Performer in Spuren directed by Waltraud Lehner und Paulina Platzer at Biennale Munich
  • Movement direction and choreography in Hinter verschlossenen Türen, directed by Masha Mollenhauer
  • Performer in Mirror Piece by Joan Jonas at Haus der Kunst Munich
  • Performer and chorographer of stay soft at Neuworkshop in Munich
  • Performer and choreographer in K/PPEN together with theatre collective Futur.X at HochX theatre in Munich
  • choreography of music video The Loneliest Thing by Cosma Joy, directed by Masha Mollenhauer


  • Performer in Exhibition Labyrinth by Lee Mingle at Villa Stuck, Munich
  • Performer in sight specific dance performance as part of the River Thames Festival Bodys of Water by Synne Maria Lundesgaard and Alice Orton Coles, London
  • choreography of 834 sec showed at Gasteig Munich


  • Performer in Exhibition shifting perspectives of Franz Erhard Walther at Haus der Kunst,


  • BALLET choreography by marikiscrycrycry at Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place London,
  • Koottam choreography by Saju Hari at Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place London
  • Honey choreography by Leila McMillan at Robin Howard Dance Theatre, The Place London

Alexandra is a movement artist who works currently as a freelancer in Germany. She graduated from London Contemporary Dance School with a Bachelor degree. As part of her education she had the opportunity to perform work by Richard Alston, Saju Hari, Leila McMillan and marikiscrycrycry. After finishing her education she performed at Haus der Kunst in Munich for Franz Erhard Walther, at Villa Stuck Munich for Lee Mingweii and at the River Thames Festival in London. Next to live performing she worked with the director Masha Mollenhauer on several video and photography projects as a performer as well as in the position of a movement director. Alexandra had the opportunity to explore different settings such as exhibition spaces and installation performances. Interdisciplinary work was always one of the strongest interests where she can mix her influences of fine art, fashion, painting, photography and screen dance. She uses her influences for her own choreography as well as when being a performer. Especially in the pandemic her love for paining and writing flourished. By facilitating an open creative writing session she explores how text can be included in her work with an international group of artists. Together they work on different writing tasks for one hour and share their results with each other. In 2021 she joined the theatre collective Futur.X in Munich which will premiere a new production in November 2022 at HochX theatre in Munich. In 2022 she was a scholarship holder of ATLAS program at ImpulsTanz festival in Vienna and continued to develop her own choreographic voice

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