Alexandra Kumala (formerly credited as Alexandra Moro) is an actor and writer based in New York City. As an actor, she has performed in the Obie-winning revival of The Skin Of Our Teeth (Theatre for A New Audience), A Modest Proposal (Cherry Lane Theatre), and Houseworld (New York Magazine Critics' Pick, Time Out Critics' Pick). As a writer, she has incubated work with the Voices of America Writers Workshop, PlayGround Experiment, and Broadway Advocacy Coalition about the plurality of immigrant narratives. She is also one half of the team that created and produces Sugar Nutmeg.

Formally trained in classical ballet, Alexandra spent her early childhood in Indonesia performing on stages and ballrooms across Jakarta. She now incorporates her dance background and has worked on many ensemble-devised physical theatre projects. With the NYIT-nominated Ivy Theatre Company, she devised Aftermath, a physical theatre performance about trauma in women’s bodies. With the investigative theatre company The Anthropologists, she is currently devising No Pants In Tucson, an absurdist physical theatre play based on source text. On screen, she has appeared in commercials for international brands such as Wedgwood, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Doulton, Microsoft, American Comfort, Global Citizen, and Oxford.

Alexandra is fluent in Indonesian and has played titular roles in Indonesian adaptations of La Putain respectueuse and Draupadi. She is also conversational in Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, and French, having spent her childhood in different cities. Her independent travels to 30+ countries (and counting) has broadened her sense of creativity, deepended her capacity for empathy, and given her an ear for different languages.

Before moving to New York, Alexandra attended the University of Washington in Seattle where she explored multiple fields beyond the arts. She believes that these ventures gave her a well-rounded instrument to approach her creative work with a deeper understanding of the complexities and intricacies of history and global interdependence. After graduating from the UW with a degree in Pre-Medicine & Global Health, Alexandra went on to work in the greater Seattle Area on various projects including Supraliminal (Seattle Immersive Theatre, directed by Gregory Award nominee Paul Thomas), the feature film "Game On" (Comedy Dynamics), and the TV show "The Man In The High Castle" (Amazon).