Zahydé Pietri is a Puerto Rican actress, prop stylist and artist living in New York City. She has a BA in Drama from the University of Puerto Rico and has trained with Deborah Hunt in Puerto Rico and with the prestigious theatre companies Malayerba in Quito, Ecuador and Yuyachkani in Lima, Perú. She’s been onstage in Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Perú and NYC. She’s particularly proud of the her work with the Improv Group IMPROpio in Puerto Rico, the sculpture and photography collaboration “Fresh Faces” with photographer Emily Dryden and the work she did with the Puerto Rican Children’s Theatre Group Desiderátum, where she got to collaborate with other artists in the creation and performance of larger than life masks and puppets. Favorite roles in NYC include Who in “Among Who, Whom and Ever” at LATEA, many roles for Writopia Worldwide Plays Festival and the title role in the upcoming short film “Adriana”.