Ran Xia is an interdisciplinary theatre artist originally from Shanghai, China. Her plays have been seen on NYC stages including IRT (Pomegrenade, also artistic producer of The Arctic Group’s Fridge Fest), HERE Arts Center (Harmony), Dixon Place (Princess Anybody, North, They Lived In The Attic, Tabula Rasa, etc.), The Tank (Echo, Táo at 2018 Dark Fest), 4th Street Theater at NYTW (Word Play), The Brick ([ai]), Jewel Box Theater (De Profundis, also at the Cell), The Kraine, The Wild Project, etc. As a frequent collaborator with the Exquisite Corpse Co., she was one of the writers for The Enchanted Realm of Rene Magritte. As a sound designer, she’s worked on Maggie Cino’s production of Three Sisters at The Brick, Adam Odsess-Rubin’s Speechless (Dir. Daniel Deloma, Project + Connect), the recent revival of an immersive Dutchman (Dir. Demone), etc. Ran is a co-creator of the bi-monthly Polar Bear Plunge salon show at Lucky Jack’s. Off Broadway Assistant Directing credits include Baby Fat: Act I (La Mama & Columbia Stages, Dir. Michael Scholar Jr.), Two Miles Hollow (by Leah Nanako Winkler, Dir. Morgan Gould at Woman’s Project), and The Great Leap (by Lauren Yee, Dir. Taibi Magar at the Atlantic Theater). A contributing critic with Theatre Is Easy and Exuent.