Luísa Galatti is a Brazilian actor, producer, and director based in NYC.

With a passion for breaking down barriers, building bridges, and discovering innovative forms of art, she creates new forms of theater and film that bring people of all backgrounds and experiences together.

Luísa joined Et Alia Theater, a company dedicated to the work of international women, in 2020. Today, she is a co-Artistic Director and Director of Creative Development at the company. Et Alia Theater has won many grants and received press recognition throughout the years (Brooklyn Arts Council, ART NY, etc.). With the company, she has also produced and performed in multiple shows such as the global success White Rabbit Red Rabbit, This is Me Eating___ (immersive theatrical installation version), and Stella, Come Home. Most recently, the company produced a 3-week run of Until Dark, by Federica Borlenghi, in which Luísa played the character Lisa.

In other independent productions, Luísa directed the play Scissors, written by Cornelius Boeder, and produced the short film Fog Around August, directed by Ryan Cairns. She portrayed Callie Pax in Diana Son’s Stop Kiss; the show was directed by Suzanne DiDonna and was performed at Theater For the New City. This project led her to participate in a talk for the American Theater Wing with Diana Son and Jo Bonney about the play.

On TV, she has guest-starred in and assistant-directed the TV show CherryBomb, which is now available on streaming platforms (Amazon Prime, Apple TV). She also wrote, produced, and starred in 'Til Morning, which has received many awards and nominations, including Best Actress and Best Short Film. She produced and starred in the short film who were you in New York by Stella Rea, for which Luísa won Best Supporting Actress at the New York International Film Festival, and the film has won other awards. Most recently, she performed in a short film called I’m Not Asleep, directed by Lufe Berto.

She holds a BFA in Theater from Escola Superior de Artes Celia Helena and graduated from The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute’s conservatory program.