Director. Actor.





Flordelino Lagundino is a director, actor, and a headshot/performance photographer. He is a recipient of the 2017 Drama League New York Directing Fellowship.

Flordelino is the artistic director of Leviathan Lab, company member of Theater Akimbo, and is a graduate of the Brown/Trinity Repertory Company and University of Texas at Austin MFA programs.

He has directed at Perseverance Theatre Company, Juneau Symphony, Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Midnight Project), Arena Stage (Student Playwright's Project), International Theater and Literacy Project, Yale Cabaret, Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, Brown University, Worcester State University, University of Alaska-SE, Tsunami Theatre, and Washington Theater Festival.

As an actor, Flordelino has worked at The Old Globe, The Kennedy Center, Mixed Blood Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Shakespeare Theater Company, Pan Asian Rep, African Continuum Theatre Company, The Folger Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, ZACH Theatre, Perseverance Theatre, 2G, Leviathan Lab, Imagination Stage, Tsunami Theatre Company, The Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Young Playwrights’ Theatre, Austin Script Works, Source Theater Festival, and was a guest artist with Living Stage Theatre Company.

Flordelino was the recipient of directing fellowships at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Arena Stage, The Kennedy Center. He has taught at Brown University, the University of Texas at Austin, The New School, and the University of Alaska-Southeast.



Assistant Director, Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton, Barrington Stage, dir. Louisa Proske, October 4-22, 2017

Director, Words Words... by Joe Ngo – workshop production, Barn Arts Collective, October 13, 2017

Director, Stones of Tiananmen by Cindy Cooper – reading, Pan Asian Rep, October 27, 2017

Assistant Director, Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, dir. David Ivers, Guthrie Theatre, November/December 2017

Actor/Director, workshop with Theater Akimbo/Leviathan Lab, December 2017

Director, DirectorFest, Sheen Center/Drama League, January, 2017

Director, Trigger by Sam Chanse, Leviathan Lab, February/March, 2017