b. 1986, HK.

Cordelia is a performer, director, writer, and educator. Her work is interested in the effects of invisible systems on living bodies and seeks to understand how organic matter is shaped by hierarchy, capitalism, cultural resource flows, and geographies of the urban landscape. Her work as a cultural organizer and administrator is guided by the belief that access to art and means creative expression is a fundamental human right.

Cordelia has performed and presented work at the Theatre de la Ville (Paris), the Theatre National (Brussels), REDCAT (LA), Automata (LA), Swissnex Gallery (SF), the Vertice Festival (MX City), Irondale Theatre Centre (NYC), the Irish Repertory Theater (NYC), McNally Jackson (NYC), ART/NY South Oxford (NYC), not to mention countless bars, alleyways, backyards, and subway cars.

She has degrees in Political Science and Theater Studies from Yale University, where she studied with Robert Woodruff, Marc Robinson, Deb Margolin, and Joseph Roach. In 2017, Cordelia graduated from CalArts with an MFA in Performance. She has also assistant directed at the Lincoln Center and Spoleto Festivals and previously worked at the Met Opera for four seasons.