Born in San Luis Potosi, Mexico in 1931 Caballero had an eclectic career as a painter, playwright, poet and writer. His first play Ladies at Displeasure was first staged in 1960 and restaged in 1980 receiving the prize El Heraldo as the best play of the year. In 1964, his play El Medio Pelo, (Velvet, Velour & Burlap) received the prize Juan Ruiz de Alarcon. Caballero's comedies of manners are known for their fresh dialogue and acute observation of life.
Velvet, Velour & Burlap (1997)
received her B.A. from Stanford University in Drama, specializing in theatrical design. During her undergraduate career, she was involved in over 40 productions, for which she earned the department award for Excellence in Design. DeMara also served as Artistic Director of the Stanford Shakespeare Society. DeMara taught costume design at Linfield College in 2007 and designed costumes for their productions of The Waiting Room and Women in Congress, for which she received an ACTF award. She designed the set for Miracle Theater’s El Grito del Bronx in 2009.
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
El Grito del Bronx (2009)
originally from Mexico City; He is the musical director of Grupo Condor and Nuestro Canto. Gerardo studied classical guitar at the Escuela Superior de Musica in Mexico City and music theory at the Portland Community College in Oregon, and recently Gerardo transferred to Marylhurst University in Oregon to study Music Therapy. As a professional musician, Gerardo has pursued his interest in traditional Mexican music, Latin American folk music and Pre-Colombian music by performing with folk ensembles in Mexico, Canada, New England, and the Pacific Northwest. He has also toured with choir and world music ensembles, and composed music and design sound for dance and theater companies. Gerardo has been a teaching artist for 15 years and has continuously served the northwest community through “Young Audiences of Oregon and SW Washington,” “Oregon Historical Society,” Oregon “Multnomah County Library System.” Gerardo has arranged, composed and produced multiple albums for Grupo Condor, Nuestro Canto and different artistic collaborative projects. As a parallel activity to performance and teaching, Gerardo is an instrument artisan; he makes custom panflutes, rain-sticks, water drums, turtle boxes and bombos. For the last couple of years Gerardo has been playing therapeutic music for Elder Facilities and Nursing Homes. Gerardo released his first solo CD “Viajero – Traveler” where he composed, performed and recorded all the music. Gerardo is also honored to be part of the Circus Project Band as a Musical Director and performer. Most recently Gerardo released his second solo CD “Somtir". (October 2013)
Gerardo Calderón (Compositor), es el director musical del Grupo Cóndor y Canto Nuestro. Estudió guitarra clásica en la Escuela Superior de Música de la Ciudad de México y teoría musical en Portland Community College. Como músico profesional, Gerardo ha buscado ejercer su conocimiento en la música mexicana, la música latina y música pre-Colombina tocando en grupos folklóricos en México, Canadá, noreste y el noroeste de los Estado Unidos. Gerardo también construye flautas de Latino America, palos de lluvia, tambores de agua, bombos y su propia creación “la Tortuga Cajon”. Su más reciente trabajo en el Miracle incluye las obras Jardín de Sueños, The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa y ¡Viva la revolución!. Gerardo actualmente estudia Musicoterapia en Marylhurst University.
Corrido Calavera (2013)
Jardin de Sueños (2012)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
íViva Don Juan! (2010)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)
Dos Pueblos (2008)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)
Cuéntame Coyote (2005)
Festival Primaveral (2004)
Yemaya's Belly (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)
Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)
has performed for Miracle since 1989, both in the Ancient Greek Theatre and Hispanic Cultural Festivals, as Queen of the Nymphs in Theseus, A Dangerous Journey, a chorus member in Miracle's production of Medea, Lupe in The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa, and the Innkeepers Wife in Aventuras de Don Quixote. Jackie has also appeared in feature length films and national commercials, and performed for other local theatres.
Un Christmas Cuento (1991)
Theseus, A Dangerous Journey (1991)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (1990)
Cupid & Psyche (1989)
Perez y Martina (1989)
has lived in Portland for three years. A native of New Mexico, he majored in theatre at the University of New Mexico appearing in productions of Lysistrata, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, and Ballad of the Sad Café. He has appeared in Triangle Productions' Vampire Lesbians of Sodom and in Miracle theatre's productions of El Zorro, The Truer Story of Columbus, and The Miser of Mexico. In last year's Reading Series, Mikael directed the staged reading of Boxcar.
Deporting the Divas (1995)
Ay, Compadre (1994)
The Miser of Mexico (1993)
The Truer Story of Columbus (1992)
El Zorro (1992)
Zona Rosa (1992)
is thrilled to be involved in her second show at Miracle Theater and is forever grateful for the community and family she has developed working with such a rich and vibrant company. Cristina has a BA in Theater from Portland State University. She has been seen in Miracle's Viva La Revolucion, and most recently as an actor, and as Musical Director for Action/Adventure Theater's serial-comedy, Fall of the Band. When she isn't acting, Cristina is playing music in her bands Siren and the Sea, and Albatross. She would like to give a big long intimate hug and thanks to her favorite people, who shall go unnamed so as to make her life sound more mysterious and interesting. You know who you are, Champions.(May 2013)
Dance for a Dollar (2013)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
is a professional wig maker who has her BA in costume design from the University of Oregon. She is very excited to be working on her first show with Milagro! She recently Costume and Wig Designed Anything Goes and Wig Designed Present Laughter for Lakewood Theatre of the Arts as well as Wig Designed Shrek: The Musical for Northwest Children’s Theatre.
Contigo Pan y Cebolla (2016)
has been living in Oregon since graduation and working with Capital City Theater and Profile Theatre. Film and Television credits include Gone, The Paper Thief, The Silence, Romance, and Grimm. His favorite role to date was Walter in Public House Theatre Company’s production of A Raisin in the Sun. He just recently directed Una Voz, which he co-wrote for a regional non-profit.
Into the Beautiful North (2016)
is extremely proud that he is able to share this beautiful story, written by Emilio Rodriguez, with the Portland theatre community. This is Michel’s first play here in Portland as well as his first two hander. He would not want to do it anywhere else than Milagro and would not want to share the stage with anyone else but one of his closest friends, Blake Stone. Michel was last seen as the ‘Courier’ in 1776 The Musical at Lakewood theatre. He has also worked with companies such as Triangle Productions, StumptownStages, and Staged!. Michel will be seen next in The Talented Ones at Artist Repertory Theatre in April. Michel would like to give a big thank you to Roy, Michael, Francisco, and the whole team for all their incredible work on the show, as well as his friends and family for their constant support.
Swimming While Drowning (2017)
This is Michelle Caughlin’s first play at Milagro, as well as her stage debut in the Portland area. A native Texan, Michelle has starred in many plays in the Deep South. Some of her notable works include playing Eve in Shun the Heaven, Katherine in Radium Girls, and the Gangster in Kiss Me, Kate. Being of mostly German and French Native American descent, she's excited to be doing her first Spanish play with this truly talented and wonderful cast.
Into the Beautiful North (2016)