Our Mission

Bold, Fierce, Wild, Ungovernable, Untamed, Indomitus.

A latin adjective that has become our mission. We believe that all art should be unapologetic, raw and utterly truthful even if it is hard to swallow. It is our goal to create a movement of brave art that provokes, inspires, and educates. Live theatre needs to become our classroom and our platform to debate, and share. To create a sense of community and unity across all borders. We believe it is time to continue breaking boundaries and exceed expectations. It is time for a modern renaissance. We are seeking fearlessness and bravery to rediscover the beauty and compassion of our humanity.

One can resist the invasion of an army, one cannot resist the invasion of ideas.
— Victor Hugo


Meet the Team

Alexandra Fiallos, Co-Founder

Alexandra Fiallos, Co-Founder

It is something to be able to paint a particular picture or carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful; but it is far more glorious to carve and paint the very atmosphere and medium through which we look, which morally we can do. To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of the arts.
— Henry David Thoreau

Alexandra Fiallos currently resides in Los Angeles and is a graduate of the LACC Theatre Academy conservatory’s Acting Program. Before living in Los Angeles, she studied at Sheridan College in their preparatory theatre program. She has had the opportunity to study at institutions such as the NAC and the Stratford Festival, as well as spending 15 years training at the Kanata Ballet School studying Jazz, Hiphop, Ballroom, Ballet and Modern dance. Alexandra has choreographed productions of Pride & Prejudice and Start Swimming. She has also choreographed stage combat for productions of Macbeth and The Three Musketeers. She works with broadswords, rapiers and knives. Alexandra began directing with works of Shakespeare, from Othello to A Midsummer Night’s Dream to The Cmplt Wrks of Shkspre (Double Abridged Version) and now has started directing more abstract works, like Start Swimming by James Fritz. She is the youngest director to be a part of Homeward LA. Alexandra is first and foremost an actor. She has had the privilege to play Desdemona (Othello), Lady Anne (Richard the Third) Madame de Merteuil (Dangerous Liaisons), Joan of Arc (Lysistrata VS. Toxic Masculinity) and April Green (Hot L Baltimore). Alexandra loves languages, and being from a Spanish and French Canadian background, speaks French and Spanish. Alexandra is most inspired by the writers Rumi, Aphra Ben, Victor Hugo, William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and Leo Tolstoy. She wishes she could choreograph more stage combat. If she hadn’t followed her current path, she’d probably be a husky breeder, or an astronomer.

Katarina Fiallos, Co-Founder

Katarina Fiallos, Co-Founder

Katarina Fiallos was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada. She attended her local arts high school and graduated with honors in the drama program. Throughout her teenage years, Katarina has had the opportunity to perform in numerous productions that range from musicals to Shakespeare to experimental work. Most recently Katarina was seen at the Ottawa Fringe Festival in Third Wall Theatre’s production of Start Swimming and had her directorial debut directing Blackout by Davey Anderson. Katarina has trained with professional Canadian artists in Ottawa and at the Stratford Festival. In addition, Katarina is a trained singer and recently qualified as a provincial finalist in a Canadian music competition. Last year, Katarina was accepted into Ryerson University’s conservatory acting program at the School of Performance and is currently completing her four-year training program in Toronto, Canada. She will next be seen in the School of Performance’s production of Romeo and Juliet in the fall. One of her most fulfilling accomplishments is co-founding Indomitus Theatre Company with her artistic partner, Alexandra Fiallos, to create new works and compelling theatre. She is currently co-producing their inaugural production of Start Swimming by James Fritz.

Yesterday we obeyed kings and bent our necks before emperors. But today we kneel only to truth, follow only beauty, and obey only love.
— Khalil Gibran