Cindy De La Cruz


Cindy De La Cruz is a Bronx bred first generation Dominican American Artist and Producer. She is Co-Artistic Director of The Dominican Artists Collective, where she curates and executive produces "Sharing Sessions”, a free program where artists can hear from industry professionals and share new work. She's most interested in telling stories that raise the visibility of Black Latinxs and dismantles the anti-black rhetoric in the Latinx community. Most recently she was a top 12 finalist for the Nosotros Organization Ya Tu Sabes Monologue Slam, presented by NBC. Recent credits also include: Off Broadway: The Siblings Play (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); The Niceties (Geva Theatre);  DreamHou$e (ArsNova); Storm Still (Sheen Center); Our Town (Olney Theater Center); hop tha A (Drama League/ Asolo Repertory Theatre); Stupid Fucking Bird (Arden Theater & Urbanite Theatre); Joe Turner's Come and Gone (American Stage); Dearly Departed (Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe). TV: The Village (NBC); Blue Bloods (CBS). Film: Kilroy Was Here (Dir. Kevin Smith); What Doesn't Float (Dir. Luca Balser / Gummy Films). Website: Pa’ La Cultura