Αngelika Sandora is a Greek American actress, writer, and philosophy & education teacher with a Master's in
Philosophy from the University of Leeds in the UK. After graduating, she studied theater and speech with renowned master speech teacher, Susan Finch at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York. She has worked as a translator and has been teaching philosophy, drama, language and public speaking classes to students from all over the world, while playing principal roles in classical tragedies and comedies, under the direction of legendary directors. Angelika took part in the International Talent Competition IMTA, winning four medals in the categories of Best Monologue, Cold Reading, Singing, and Dancing and signed with one of the most well-known talent managers in New York.
Miss Sandora has also taught at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota in the departments of Philosophy and Theater through high standard academic programs and in recent years produced and also performed in lead roles in Sophocles’ Antigone, Euripides’ Trojan Women, Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, and Nikos Kazantzakis‘ Salvadores Dei, as a theatrical one-woman show in New York and Washington DC, as well as different stand-up comedy shows.
In December 2018, Angelika directed and co-produced the first large-scale musical she wrote, FAUX-BIA! The Musical, at Carnegie Hall under the auspices of the General Consulate of Greece in New York and with the sponsorship of the Greek Ministry of Tourism.
Miss Sandora continues to write and produce contemporary screenplays and plays inspired by history, mythology, and philosophy as showcases in New York and LA. Her latest work, Hubris, a tragedy based on the ancient myth of Lavdakides, will be her first feature film.