Alex Hensa

Alex Hensa is a scenic artist originally from Mexico City. He began his training at Ema Pulido Professional Dance Studio mainly in classical, contemporary, and jazz dance techniques. He was later accepted in the Professional School of Dance of Mazatlan (EPDM) directed by Delfos Contemporary Dance Company where he graduated with honors and received the Excellence Scholarship to join the Exchange Program with Konzervatoř Duncan Centre in Prague, Czech Republic.

Professionally, Alex has been part of “ Taller de San Juan de Letrán”; guest dancer in “Gourmet Body” with the company Delfos Contemporary Dance; part of the cast in the international tour with the play “La Heroica República del Sillón Rojo” and dancer in the company “ Andre Peña & Artists” ( Canada ).

His repertory includes choreographers such as Andrea Peña (Canada), Martha Cano (Quasar Dansa- Brasil), (Stephan Dreher ( Alemania ), Xitlali Piña, Claudia Lavista, Omar Carrum, Víctor Ruíz y Francisco Córdova ( México), among others.

He has participated in festivals and projects such as, Jose Limon International Dance Festival, Quartiers Danses Festival, Mazatlan Cultural Festival, Young Mexican Talent Encounteering, and performances at the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlán and Archa Theatre in Czech Republic, only to name a few.

Besides being an interpreter, Alex has choreographic work experience: He is co-founder of the company FUGAM danza, presenting his work at venues like the “Teatro de la Danza”, the “Sala Miguel Covarrubias” in Mexico City , “Teatro de la Ciudad de Playa del Carmen” , “Théâtre Rialto” and “Sharing Dance Festival” in Montreal, Canadá to name a few. He was invited to be choreographer for the International Mazatlan Carnival Floral Games 2016 and for the School of Arts and Culture of the Municipality of Cosala (Sinaloa - Mexico). Now he is developing the project “Serie 1 “ with the company FUGAM danza and presenting his work in different scenarios of the country.

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Tel: 55 3258 1398

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