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Nicole Accuardi Nicole Virginia Accuardi

overjoyed to have the opportunity to work with this insanely talented cast on such a tremendous show. This is her sixth time working at Milagro, following three shows and two staged readings. She is a company member of Badass theatre, and was in their inaugural production of Invasion! which will be remounting this summer! She has also performed at Post5, Lakewood, Compass Rep, Clackamas REP, CGTO, Pittsburgh Playhouse, and PCPA Theatrefest. She would like thank all her theatre family in Portland for being so wonderful and supportive.

05/14

Productions

Learn to Be Latina (2014)
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
Canta y no llores (2009)


Mayra Acevedo Mayra Acevedo

graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a bachelor’s degree in Theatre Education majoring in experimental theatre and devising work within a community. She was the artistic director of a project called Crearte, in which professionals bring and teach theatre to children of low-income families. Mayra has been working as a professional actress and director for the past five years. She directed plays such as La bicicleta del condenado and Ésta noche juega el Jóker. Her acting credits include El segundo círculo, El SI-DA, Romeos y Julietas, Tres and A Suicide Note of a Cockroach. At Miracle, she most recently appeared in Bodas de sangre and Oyá: Call the Storm.

10/08

Productions

La Carpa del Maestro (2008)
Oya: Call the Storm (2008)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)


Habiba Addo

is from Ghana, West Africa. The main focus in her life is dancing. She is an instructor of dance and music for young people and performs occasionally with various local groups. Most recently, she performed in Sanctuary, choreographed by Keith Goodman. She has performed previously for the Miracle theatre with the dance troupe, Tiempo Caribe and will also be performing with the Milagro Bailadores this month.

04/96

Productions

The Fat-Free Chicana & the Snow Cap Queen (1996)


Andres Alcalá

This is his seventh show with Miracle. Most recently he performed as the Man in Men on the Verge 2. Other shows here as an actor include Deporting the Divas!, Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown, Kiss of the Spider Woman, and Sirena, Queen of the Tango. He has directed A Bicycle Country and performances for the young playwrights of the Pluma Nueva program. Some other favorite shows that he has performed in include Love! Valour! Compassion!, One: the Musical, The Laramie Project, Entusiasmo!, Touch, Richard III, Othello, Ferdinand the Bull. For the Oregon Shakespeare Festival he performed as The Moon in Lorca's Blood Wedding and Florizel in A Winter's Tale. He's received awards in Arizona and Portland for his acting and directing. “For those who have struggled between the right thing to do when unforeseeable passion consumes us, this performance is in honor to us.”

05/06

Productions

Learn to Be Latina (2014)
Clean (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2006)
Men on the Verge 2 (2006)
Pluma Nueva (2005)
Sirena, Queen of the Tango (2003)
A Bicycle Country (2002)
Kiss of the Spider Woman (2001)
Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown (1999)
Deporting the Divas (1999)


Kathleen Alcalá

is the author of a short story collection, Mrs. Vargas and the Dead Naturalist (Calyx), and three novels set in 19th Century Mexico:Spirits of the Ordinary, The Flower in the Skull, and Treasures in Heaven (Chronicle, Harvest/Harcourt Brace). Her work has received the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award, the Governor's Writers Award, the Western States Book Award for Fiction, and the Washington State Book Award. She is a co-founder of and contributing editor to The Raven Chronicles, and a writer in residence at the Richard Hugo House. A member of Los Norteños, a group of writers and performers, her work will be included in the forthcoming Norton's Anthology of Latino Literature, edited by Ilan Stavans. Kathleen was recently honored along with other Latina artists by Women of Color, Empowered.

05/03

Productions

Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)


Albert Alcazar

was born in East Los Angeles and moved to Portland in 1998. He is a graduate of David Douglas High School. Albert has been involved with Teatro Milagro since 2006 in Pluma Nueva, The Road To Xibalbá, and for the past three pastorelas. Hes also been part of a year-round play with Northwest Family Services about abstinance for youth. Now he is very glad to be part of this production because he has always wanted to play a “pachuco” in his life.

05/09

Productions

The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)
Road to Xibalba (2006)


Nancy Aldrich

is in her fourth year as Artistic Director with Tears of Joy Theatre. Being a part of Dia de los Muertos is a prime example of why she loves her job! Check out our website: www.tojt.com to see some other examples.

Productions

Día de los Muertos (2003)


Luis Alfaro

works in theatre, performance, poetry, short fiction, and journalism. A Chicano born and raised in downtown Los Angeles, Luis is the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation fellowship and is the only playwright to have received two Kennedy Center Fund for New American Play awards in the same year. A former Resident Artist at the Mark Taper Forum for ten years, Luis served as Director of New Play Development. His plays and performances have been seen throughout the Americas and Europe and include Electricidad; Oedipus el Rey; Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner; Black Butterfly; No Holds Barrio; Bitter Homes & Gardens and Straight as a Line. He has taught throughout the country and is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California. He has an award-winning solo recording, down town, an Emmy for his short film, Chicanismo, and his first screenplay, From Prada to Nada, was produced and released by Lionsgate. Luis is currently working with the Magic Theatre in San Francisco, CA on the World Premiere of his new play, Bruja.

05/12

Productions

Oedipus el Rey (2012)


Bart Allen

has been involved in theatre for many years. Bart last appeared for Miracle in Maria's Magic Christmas. Currently he is writing a play about AIDS, and also spends his weekends as an entertainer at the Ember's Night Club.

07/93

Productions

Boxcar (1993)
Maria's Magic Xmas (1989)


Devon Allen

currently head of the Portland State University acting program, also teaches at Portland Center Stage’s Greenhouse, The Actors Centre in London, and in private classes. Recent directing credits include the premiere of Too Much Coffee Man Opera (Portland Center for the Performing Arts); The Heidi Chronicles (Profile Theatre); How I Learned to Drive (Bloomsburg Ensemble); Slavs! by Tony Kushner and Far Away by Caryl Churchill (Manbites Dog Theatre); and for Our Shoes Are Red/The Performance Lab: the Northwest premiere of Will Eno’s Thom Pain (based on nothing), The Kafka Opera, Waiting for Godot (with Chicago’s A Broken Umbrella Theatre), Ophelia’s Tattoo by Erik Ehn, and Cave Theory: Parts I & II. As an actor, Devon’s recent roles include Gertrude in Lee Blessing’s Fortinbras (La Jolla Playhouse premiere); Galactia in Howard Barker’s Scenes from an Execution (with Our Shoes Are Red/The Performance Lab); Aunt Dan in Wallace Shawn’s Aunt Dan and Lemon; Orestes directed by Robert Woodruff (premiere), Lady Bracknell in Romulus Linney’s Oscar Over Here (premiered at Manbites Dog Theatre); Brenda Heaven in Naomi Iizuka’s Lizzie Vinyl and the China Thing (premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe); Fefu in Fefu and her Friends directed by playwright Marie Irene Fornes; and the title role in Medea directed by Evan Yionoulis. Devon holds a certificate from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (London) and an MFA in Acting from the University of California at San Diego. She is a member of Actors Equity and The Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and Artistic Director of Our Shoes Are Red/The Performance Lab. Devon would like to thank her teacher, Dr. Arthur Wagner, for his knowledge about life and art and for his support, and Miracle for this opportunity.

05/08

Productions

Labyrinth of Desire (2008)


Mario Allonzo

This is Mario’s debut performance here at Miracle Theatre and in Portland. He has performed in both stage and film in San Francisco and Los Angeles and studied acting under the late Estelle Harman and Jerry Blunt at the Drama Academy. Mario has been a certified scuba diver-master for over ten years and water safety instructor the City of Vancouver (WA) Parks & Recreation. He would like to dedicate his performance to his wonderful wife, Rita, for without her patience, love and understanding his performance would not be possible.

09/05

Productions

Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)


Bill Alsup

After two decades as a professional French hornist, the tango found Bill which he has been obsessively pursuing for the last five and a half years. He has studied with nearly three dozen visiting Argentines, and now teaches tango in Portland.

04/03

Productions

Tango al Tiempo (2003)


Lisa Altonen

is a native of New York, and of Greek descent. She recently completed her graduate work in Theatre Arts at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. In Portland, she has worked in various capacities at Sumus Theatre and at the Firehouse theatre, and is currently General manager for MetroNorthwest Productions at Sumus.

09/86

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Giovanni Alva

is from San Diego, CA. He had his BA in Theater Arts from Humboldt State University; Los Pájaros, Playhouse Creatures, Spinning Into Butter, Humboldt Unbound. While at Humboldt he got to work at Redwood Curtain; Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike. At Southwestern College; The Laramie Project, Simply Maria, Comings and Goings, We Won't Pay We Won't Pay, El Jardín, A Flean In Her Ear. While in San Diego he worked with Chronos Theater; Johnny Tenorio. Teatro Mascara Mágica; La Pastorela de Creencia. Compas Theater; The Invasion. Geo has created Underground Improv, This Is (Improv) and most recently he has started a new improv group in the Portland called Latinx Improv. Look us up on Facebook and Instagram!

(11/16)

Productions

El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)
Broken Promises (2016)


Edwin Alvelo

began dancing in 1987 in Philadelphia PA, where he studied dance with Roni Koreesh and Sandy Summers. In 1989 he moved to Portland and began performing as a member of the Urban Dance Ensemble 1992-1994 under the artistic direction of Bobby Fouther. From 1995-2001 he danced and performed in several productions as a member of the Really BIG Dance Company. Edwin Alvelo is a former member of Milagro Bailadores and worked as a performer/cheoreographer in Balie Romatico spring of 2000 and Noches De Cuba spring of 2001. Edwin was an avid Motorcyclist until February of 2009 when he suffered serious injuries in a head on collision with a car while approaching the Steel Bridge. Determined to recover he spent many months in physical therapy and worked tenaciously to rebuild and restore his self and life passions. Edwin is excited to be returning to the stage once again and performing for you at Miracle.

Edwin Alvelo Edwin Alvelo comenzó a bailar en 1987 en Filadelfia, donde estudió danza con Roni Koreesh y Sandy Summers. En 1989 se mudó a Portland, y comenzó a actuar como miembro del grupo de danza Urban Dance Ensemble durante 1992-1994, bajo la dirección artística de Bobby Fouther. Entre 1995-2001 él bailó y actuó en varias producciones como miembro de la Really BIG Dance Company. Edwin es un ex miembro de Milagro Bailadores y trabajó como intérprete / coreógrafo de Balie Romatico en la primavera del 2000 y Noches De Cuba en la primavera del 2001. Edwin era un motociclista ávido hasta febrero de 2009 cuando sufrió graves lesiones en la cabeza en una colisión con un coche mientras se aproximaba al Steel Bridge. Decidido a recuperarse pasó muchos meses en terapia física y trabajó tenazmente para reconstruir y restaurar su persona y retomar las pasiones de su vida. Edwin está emocionado de regresar al escenario de nuevo y actuar para ustedes en Milagro.

10/13

Productions

Corrido Calavera (2013)
Dance for a Dollar (2013)
Noches de Cuba (2001)
Baile Romantico (2000)


PATRICIA ALVITEZ

was born in Peru where she studied ballet at La Escuela Nacional de Ballet and Theatre at La Asociación de Artistas Aficionados. She moved to the United States in late 80's, joining The Península Ballet Theatre in the Bay Area. Patricia started training in ballroom dancing in 2008 and has competed in ballroom competitions in Portland, Seattle and Los Angeles. Local credits include Grand Hotel and Young Frankenstein at Lakewood Theatre and Corrido Calavera and La Muerte Baila at Milagro Theatre. Patricia thanks Georgina for allowing her to be part of this incredible experience, for all her knowledge and support. Also for the opportunity to share the stage with this amazing and talented group of actors.

Patricia Alvitez nació en Perú, donde estudió ballet en el Ballet Nacional de Perú y actuación en La Asociación de Artistas Aficionados AAA. Se mudó a los Estados Unidos a finales de los años 80 y se unió a The Theatre Península ballet en el área de la bahía de San Francisco. Patricia ha estado bailando desde 2008 y ha competido en varios concursos salón de baile en Portland, Seattle y Los Angeles. Ella también es miembro de edgeSports Formación un equipo de danza. Ella ha hecho el trabajo comerciales para Univision y actuó en le músical el Grand Hotel con la Compañía de Teatro de Lakewood en febrero pasado. Aunque Patricia ha participado en proyectos pequeños en Milagro, esta emocionada y agradecida de tener la oportunidad de ser parte de un proyecto tan maravilloso como Corrido Calavera.

11/16

Productions

El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)
La Muerte Baila (2015)
Corrido Calavera (2013)


Julie Akers

received her M.F.A. in directing from the University of British Columbia. She has directed, taught and lectured throughout the US, Canada and England. She was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces and Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. She has directed at the North American Theatre in Prague, King's Head Theatre in London, the American Southwest Theatre Co. in New Mexico and the Portland Center for the Performing Arts in Oregon.

01/03

Productions

Alma de Cuba (2003)


Noel Álvarez

is a graduate from The Nacional School of Circus Arts & Varieties of Havana, Cuba; Noel began his artistic career since the age of seven as a magician, radio announcer and actor for several kids TV shows. With more than five theater plays and participation at the best popular night clubs in Havana, Noel moved to Mexico where he started touring around different cities in company of the greatest circus in the country. He also has the opportunity to teach acrobatics, puppetry and handcrafted mask workshops. Noel is excited to make his US debut as Pepe, an electronic products salesman who brings chaos to the Prieto family.

Graduado de la Escuela Nacional de Artes Circenses y Variedades de la Habana, Cuba; Noel empezó su carrera artística desde los siete años de edad como mago, locutor y actor en programas de televisión para niños. Con más de cinco obras de teatro y participación en los mejores centros nocturnos en la Habana, Noel se muda a México y lleva su espectáculo a diferentes ciudades en compañía de los mejores circos del país. También ha tenido la oportunidad de impartir talleres de acrobacia, artes circenses, títeres y fabricación de máscaras. Noel se encuentra muy feliz de hacer su debut en los Estados Unidos dándole vida a Pepe, un vendedor de productos electrónicos el cual trae caos a la familia Prieto.

04/16

Productions

Contigo Pan y Cebolla (2016)


John Anderberg

La Chunga marks John's designing debut with Miracle Theatre. He has previously designed for such shows as How the Other Half Loves, Taming the Shrew, My Three Angels, and Richard III. John holds a BA in Theatre from Pacific University, and in addition to designing, he has also acted, stage managed and directed, with his most recent directing project being the 2001 Portland Christmas Revels. When not involved in a theatrical project, John enjoys working on his 1851 farmhouse, and spending time with his wife Lesa, and their three cats.

03/03

Productions

Festival Primaveral (2003)
La Chunga (2002)


Rachel Anderson

received her B.A. in theatre and literature from Reed College. She also studied acting and directing at the Moscow Art Theatre in Moscow, Russia. Rachel has directed multiple productions at Reed College, as well as for the Walking Theatre and the Haven Street Players; and received the Kaspar T. Locher scholarship in 2002 to support directing and writing work on The Dream. She has spent the last two summers directing a theatre camp for adolescents in Lake Oswego, and will begin graduate study in Directing and Theatre Criticism at Stanford University in the fall.

Production Assistant, Production Assoicate, Production Manager 6/2/2003 - 6/30/2004

06/04

Productions

Pluma Nueva (2004)
Tino Does Time (2004)
Yemaya's Belly (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)
Tango al Tiempo (2003)


Enrique E. Andrade

Enrique E. Andrade, originally from Mexico City, is a graduate of the University of Oregon. Enrique has performed in numerous Miracle Theater productions since 2008 most recently in 2014 in the Drammy winner O'Romeo, and in American Night the Balad of Juan Jose . Enrique expanded his classical Shakespearean repertoire with Portland Actors Ensemble in the role of Tubal/The Prince of Aragon in the Merchant of Venice in 2013 and as Mardian/Menecrates in Antony & Cleopatra in 2014. He has performed in Astor Piazzolla’s Maria de Buenos Aires at the Aspen Festival of Music in 2005, 2007, and summer 2015 as well as with 3rd Angle Music Ensemble, and in 2013 with the Lexington Philharmonic in Kentucky. Enrique's Television credits include TNT’s Leverage season 4 as Professor Humberto Garcia as well as NBC's GRIMM. Enrique is well known for being the Spanish voice of the MAX, as well as various TV/radio/internet commercials in both English and Spanish and also as a story teller at Portland Story Theater, and as Judge Hathorne in Arthur Miller's The Crucible for Bag & Baggage in Hillsboro 2014. The Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos devised performances are the highlight of Enrique's theatrical year. Enrique thanks the Milagro Theater for being his artistic home, and to the audiences that support Latino Arts.

Enrique E. Andrade, originario de la Ciudad de México, y egresado de la Universidad de Oregon. Enrique ha actuado en numerosas obras del teatro Milagro desde el 2008, incluyendo en el 2012 en Oedipus el Rey , ganadora de 6 Drammys y en Corrido Calavera. Actuó en la obra de Astor Piazzolla María de Buenos Aires en el Festival de Música de Aspen en el 2005 y 2007, así como con “Third Angle Music Ensemble” y en el 2013 con la Filarmónica de Lexington, en Kentucky. Actuaciones en Televisión de Enrique incluyen a las series de TNT “Leverage” temporada 4 como el Profesor Humberto García, así como en “GRIMM” de la NBC . Enrique es bien conocido por ser la voz del tren MAX en español, así como en varios comerciales de televisión / radio / Internet en Inglés y Español y también como un narrador de historias en Portland Story Theater. (February 2014)

10/15

Productions

La Muerte Baila (2015)
American Night (2015)
¡O Romeo!
Ardiente Paciencia (2014)
Corrido Calavera (2013)
Raíz (2012)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
Canta y no llores (2009)
Te llevo en la sangre (2009)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)


Sarah Andrews

earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting in 2014, since this she has worked and lived in Portland. In 2013, she wrote, produced, and directed an original adaptation of Life is a Dream, and in 2012, the children’s’ show Pearl and the Five-Headed Dragon. Since moving to Portland in 2014, she has worked with many theatre companies including Tears of Joy, Staged!, Post 5 Theatre, Imago, Milagro, Lakewood, Oregon Children's Theatre and defunkt theatre. She also works in community-based projects such as Buskers In The Burg in Ellensburg, WA and the Summer Solstice in Seattle. When the opportunity arises, she also tries to find ways to volunteer with theatre projects in prisons here in Oregon State. She has also taught workshops on puppetry at the Kennedy Center Theatre Festival in Boise, ID. Currently, she is producing Thom Pain (based on nothing) by Will Eno. She looks forward to what the future has in store.

03/17

Productions

Lydia (2017)


John T. Aney

graduated in 1988 from Lewis and Clark College where his performing credits include The International Stud (Ed), Love's Labours Lost (Navarre), and The Three Sisters (Andrey). He also enjoys directing and writing about the theatre.

09/88

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Joel Applegate

received his bachelor degrees in English and Theatre from Lewis and Clark College. Joel has performed numerous roles for The New Rose Theatre (most recently as Bob Cratchit), ART, IFCC, Stark Raving Theatre, and the Musical Company. He has also played various roles in classical Greek and Shakespearean theatre.

09/91

Productions

Noche Oscura (1992)
The Frogs (1991)
Electra (1989)


Robi Arce

is an actor, director and physical poet. He received his BA degree in Drama from the University of Puerto Rico and an MFA in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from Dell' Arte International in California. Robi started his training in mime where he felt attracted by the beauty of movement and the relation of the actor with the space and audience. He has performed and lead workshops in countries such as: México, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and several states of the U.S. His work is diverse, from performances in churches, schools and plazas to theaters and festivals. He has toured around his country with theatrical, circus and educational shows and also served as a high school theatre teacher for 4 years. Currently he is part of Kaiser Permanente’s Educational Theatre Program in collaboration with Oregon Children’s Theatre. His passion is to produce a physical, dynamic and poetic theatre that connects with people as sports connects with the fans.

11/16

Productions

El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)


Jon Ares

has designed lighting for numerous theatres and plays in the Portland area. His credits include lighting for LOCT's Three Guys Naked from the Waist Down, ART's We won't Pay! We Won't Pay! and at the Coaster Theatre, The Sunshine Boys. Jon was the Assistant Lighting Designer for the past 2 seasons at the Portland Repertory Theatre and is currently the Technical Director at LOCT.

09/89

Productions

Electra (1989)
Medea (1990)


E. Joseph Arias

(Enrico) appearing in his third Miracle production. He portrayed Mingo, El Gringo, in The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa, and at MTO, Eva Peron's brother in Evita and the Shogun's wife in Pacific Overtures. He is the graduate of the American Center for Music Theatre and has a BA in Drama and Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California and is represented by Cusicks Talent.

04/92

Productions

Cuentos (1992)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (1990)
Electra (1989)


Enrique Arias

makes his debut with Miracle Theatre Group after taking a hiatus to earn a living and gain a few pounds. He appeared as Barry Wheeler and Tony Nunzio (not at the same time) in the long-running Tony ‘N Tina’s Wedding and as Aram Tomasian in Beast on the Moon; Vincent in Buried Child; Lt. Portuondo in Two Sisters and a Piano at Artists Repertory Theatre; and Benton in Treatment for Quintessence Theatre. Enrique is a graduate of the University of Oregon where he received a B.A. in Theatre Arts and is Executive Producer and Owner of emergencyhorse films, a film production company. Enrique’s growing interest in Hispanic playwrights has brought him to Miracle, as well as getting the opportunity to work with Director Olga Sanchez and the wonderful cast. Enrique wants to especially thank his wife and daughter for supporting him and letting him off the hook for not mowing the lawn and pulling the wagon. He dedicates his performance to his nieces Bianca and Celeste: “It is their love for acting that reminds me how special theatre is.”

05/06

Productions

Clean (2006)


Marios Aristopoulos

is a composer and sound designer from Athens, Greece. He holds a Master’s degree in Ethnomusicology from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, and is currently studying towards a PhD in Composition from City University. He has created soundtracks for different media such as theater, contemporary dance, video games (Apotheon), documentaries, TV series, animation, and feature films. His work has been performed in the Athens Concert Hall, the 2012 Venice Biennale, the 10th Berlinale Talent Campus, BIOS theatre, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and has been nominated for an award in best sound design from the Aubagne Film Festival in France. He recently moved to New York and has worked on Dance for a Dollar (INTAR), The One Minute Play Festival (INTAR), and the Summer Shorts Festival (59E59 theaters). www.marios-aristopoulos.com .

05/13

Productions

Dance for a Dollar (2013)


Sarah Armitage

has been stage managing around town for a couple of years. Her last show at Miracle was "La Chunga." She also worked on "Icarus," and "Bicycle Country." Recently she stage managed the west coast premiere of "Venus" at Portland State University. She also recently directed "The Baltimore Waltz" at Portland State. Sarah is happy to be back at Miracle and would like to thank the cast and crew for all their hard work. Enjoy the show!

02/04

Productions

Yemaya's Belly (2004)
La Chunga (2002)
A Bicycle Country (2002)
Icarus (2001)


John Armour

es artista teatral y director de lucha. Disfruta el desafío y la satisfacción que representa el construir escenarios crear objetos de utilería y diseñar efectos especiales para realzar la violencia en el escenario. Ésta es la primera obra en la que trabaja como encargado de utilería para el Milagro. Anteriormente, fue coreógrafo de escenas violentas y armamento teatral para las producciónes Tino does Time y Blood Wedding del Miracle Theatre. (2/2010)

John Armour is an award-winning fight director and all around theater artist. He enjoys the challenge and satisfaction of building sets, crafting props or designing some special effect to enhance a bit of violence on stage. This is his first show doing props for Milagro. He has choreographed violence and supplied theatrical weaponry for Milagro productions such as Tino Does Time, Blood Wedding and others.

02/10

Productions

Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)
El Paso Blue (2000)


Jorge Arredondo

nació en el estado de Chihuahua en México. Un ex estudiante de la Asociación Mexicana de Actores, ha trabajado con Teatro Español durante 4 años. Las obras en que ha participado son La Barca sin Pescador, Día de Los Muertos, Ana en el Trópico, El Jardín de Sueños y Fuente Ovejuna. Ha hecho teatro desde que tenía 17 años.

10/07

Productions

La Carpa del Ausente (2007)
La Carpa Calavera (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)
Fuente Ovejuna (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
La barca sin pescador (2003)


Brenda Arellano

is a recent graduate of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington where she appeared in such productions as Cloud Tectonics and Troilus and Cressida. In Seattle she was Cobweb in a Midsummer Night’s Dream at Seattle Shakespeare Company, Money and Run at Theatre Schmeater and “14/48” at Consolidated Works. Brenda brings her Mexican heritage and her experience of working with ESL students for her first season of touring with Teatro Milagro.

01/05

Productions

Cuéntame Coyote (2005)
X-Flock 209 (1996)


Roberto Astorga

was born in Mexico City and studied theatre at UNAM and Freehold Theater Lab in Seattle. He has worked under the direction of José Luís Ibáñez, Rafael López Miarnau, Olga Sanchez, Robin Smith, Hector Mendoza and Miguel Sabido. "As artists, we weave our souls together to create our art, not for personal gratification, but to generate truth onstage," says Roberto. Last year, he was seen in Opción Multiple at Milagro.

Roberto Astorga nació en la ciudad de Mexico y estudió la carrera de teatro en la UNAM. Ha trabajado bajo la dirección de José Luís Ibáñez, Rafael López Miarnau, Olga Sanchez, Robin Smith, Hector Mendoza y Miguel Sabido. Roberto trabaja para Home Foward y es maestro certificado de Iyengar Yoga. "Como artistas, entrelazamos nuestras almas para construir nuestro arte, alejados de la gratificación personal para producir la verdad en el escenario," dice Roberto.

04/16

Productions

Contigo Pan y Cebolla (2016)
Opción Múltiple (2015)
Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)