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Mark Haack

returns to Milagro for his 11th show. Previous work here includes his Drammy award-winning set for El Quijote, Boleros for the Disenchanted, ¡Viva Don Juan!, Mariela in the Desert, Rosalba y los Llaveros, and Learn to be Latina, among others. He designed Oregon Children’s Theatre’s world premiere of The Giver, which also won him a Drammy award for set design. Before moving to Portland in 1992, Mark lived in New York where he designed and assisted on dozens of Broadway and Off Broadway productions. He has also been art director or production designer on numerous studio, independent and made-for-TV films.

Mark Haack regresa al Teatro Milagro para este su cuarto show. Entre sus trabajos anteriores están The Road to Xibalbá, El Día de los Muertos Festival 2004 y Ardiente Paciencia. En la temporada anterior también realizó el diseño para The Giver, producido por el Oregon Children’s Theatre, con el cual recibió el premio Drammy al mejor diseño. Antes de mudarse a Portland en 1992 Mark vivió en la ciudad de Nueva York, donde diseñó y asistió en docenas de producciones dentro y fuera de Broadway. Además ha sido director artístico y diseñador de producción en varias películas independientes, educativas y para televisión. (4/2007)

(06/16)

Productions

Into the Beautiful North (2016)
¡O Romeo! (2014)
Learn to Be Latina (2014)
Raíz (2012)
Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
El Quijote (2010)
Mariela in the Desert (2007)
Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
Ardiente Paciencia (2006)
Día de los Muertos (2004)


Elizabeth Hadley

graduated with a BA in Theatre Performance in ’07 and was most recently involved in Proof and Eleemosynary. This is Elizabeth’s first show with Miracle. She is extremely excited to be joining the Miracle crew for this new venture and has enjoyed the process immensely.

(03/10)

Productions

How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)


Andrew Haines

graduated from the University of Portland with a BA in Theatre. He has performed extensively with the University as well as the Peanut Gallery in Vancouver. He has also directed a few children's theatre productions for Peanut Gallery. This will be his first performance for the Miracle.

(07/93)

Productions

Camino Confusion/Confusion Street (1993)


Gavin Hales

returns to Milagro for a third season after working on such varied productions as El Quijote, ¡Viva Don Juan!, Ana en el trópico and Lazarillo. When not working on productions, Gavin can be found: perfecting the art of home brewing, exploring the subalpine wilderness, crafting short fiction, or tending an ever expanding garden. He would like to dedicate this production in memory of Carol Hales, his grandmother, who believed in his ideas—especially the crazy ones.

Gavin Hales vuelve a Milagro para su temporada tercera, después de trabajar varias obras como El Quijote, ¡Viva Don Juan!, Ana en el trópico y Lazarillo. Cuando no trabaja en el teatro, hace el arte de destilación de cervezas en su casa, explora la selva subalpina, construye unos cuentos cortos, o cuida el jardín que se expande. Dedicaría su producción a la memoria de Carol Hales, su abuela quien creyó sus ideas—especialmente a lo loco.

(02/13)

Productions

La Celestina (2013)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
Lazarillo (2011)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
El Quijote (2010)


Brian Haliski

was seen in last season's production of Antigone portraying the Sentry. A retired lifeguard turned waiter, he wastes his free hours tending his garden, walking and swing dancing. Brian believes that if everyone in the world were made to take part in ms. Catterall's dance exercises, we all would be much too tired and in far too much pain to even consider the concept of war.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)
Antigone (1987)


Tracey Michael Hall

has worked with several Portland area theatres over the last few years. She was most recently seen as Jessie Mae in The Trip to Bountiful at the Tapestry Theatre, while she was simultaneously in Dolls at Stark Raving Theatre. In January, Tracey will be performing in a one woman show, Man to man. She received her degree from the University of Portland and studied in New York with Eugene Lesser.

(07/93)

Productions

Camino Confusion/Confusion Street (1993)
Electra (1989)


Deborah Halliday

has been performing in community theatre for most of her life. Memorable highlights for her include Mae West and Marilyn Monroe, performing in children's theatre, including the Carousel Co. Deborah was previously seen performing in the chorus in Miracle's production of The Frogs.

(10/92)

Productions

The Truer Story of Columbus (1992)
The Frogs (1991)


Karla Willow Halloran

attends St. Mary's Academy and will graduate in 1994. She has been involved in B.R.I.D.G.E.S. Teen Theatre Troupe, and appeared in the film, "Portraits", by Morningstar Productions. She enjoys getting involved in community groups and attending local concerts.

(04/92)

Productions

Cuentos (1992)


Charles Hamilton

appeared in last year's ancient Greek Theatre Festival production of Lysistrata, has made stage appearances in The Pure Acetylene virgin at Storefront and The Trial at the Heart Theatre in 19896.

(09/89)

Productions

Maria's Magic Xmas (1989)
Electra (1989)
Jason & the Golden Fleece (1988)
Lysistrata (1988)


Julie Hammond

first worked with Hand2Mouth in 2004 and joined the company in 2005. Since then, she has performed and co-created all performances, including tours to Poland and Mexico. Julie received a B.A. in Theater (Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa) from Bates College (Lewiston, Maine) and studied additionally at the British American Drama Academy (London). In Portland she has performed variously with Fever Theater, Tahni Holt, Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner, and Shae Uisna, and at the PuppetLove! Festival in San Francisco, CA. From 2003-2004 Julie assisted artist William Pope.L in development and touring of The Black Factory, later installed at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

(09/08)

Productions

Dos Pueblos (2008)


Nathan Hanson

is a former dancer who danced professionally for 5 years, with most notably the Oakland Ballet. Nathan is currently working with several different local theatre companies as a designer, choreographer, and theatre tech.

(09/05)

Productions

Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)


Merle Harlan

has performed with Dicken's Carolers and various stage productions in Portland. Her specialty is Gymnastics/Dance and she has taught gymnastics for over 10 years. Now she is a full-time mother of two and enjoys sharing her talents with the future stars of Portland.

(05/89)

Productions

Perez y Martina (1989)
Roosters (1989)


Lester Harman

has appeared over the last few years at PCT, ART, New Rose and the Pub Theatre. Most recently he was seen in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. His time outside of theatrical endeavors is split between market research, MCing and auctioneering at a fashion-auction show, and delivering singing telegrams on weekends.

(09/86)

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Rachel Harmon-Keeney

studied physical theatre at Dell'Arte in Blue Lake, CA. She then proceeded North to Portland where she toured Bridge of the Gods and Petrouchka with Tears of Joy Theatre. This is her Miraculous debut.

(09/00)

Productions

Life is a Dream (2000)


Emily Harmon-Watilo

is a senior at George Fox University majoring in theatre and Spanish and last year spent four months studying in Sevilla, Spain. Emily would like to thank Dañel and Miracle for offering her the opportunity to be involved in this process.

(01/11)

Productions

Duende de Lorca (2011)


David Harrington

has been working in the performing arts more-or-less continuously since he directed his first play 26 years ago at the age of ten. He has been an actor, dancer, director, singer, musician, magician, choreographer, stage manager, producer and technical director as well as a designer; he did his first lighting design in 1966. He was the resident designer for the National Dance Touring Company, SPIRA, in 1978, and has since designed for many other dance companies. Recently he designed F.O.B. at the IFCC. He is presently a co-director of the modern dance company, Oregon Dance Consort, which he helped to found, and for which he now choreographs and designs.

(09/87)

Productions

Antigone (1987)


Andrew Harris

is happy to be returning to the Miracle MainStage. He previously appeared as Leonardo in Blood Wedding directed by Olga Sanchez. Other roles include Victor Manuel in ART's Two Sisters and a Piano, Karl Rove in Triangle's W!: The Musical, Lucius in Impulsive Theater's Titus Andronicus and Prince Bedford in Tygre's Heart's Henry V. He will be appearing this spring as Shane Mungitt in ART's Take Me Out. Andrew has appeared in numerous regional and national television commercials for Nike and Adidas, among others. Feature film and television roles includes Guy Johnson in The Choke, Paul in Two Fisted, Max Avery in Taking Asylum, Chris Henderson in the James Spader vehicle Shadow of Fear and as himself in an episode of HBO's Sex Y and Z. Andrew is also a member of The 3rd Floor sketch comedy troupe which has performed extensively in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles and Chicago. He hosts a sexy burlesque show at Dante's every Sunday. Andrew is very happy to be working again with Tony St. Clair, Tony Sonera, Olga Sanchez and the rest of the terrific crew at Miracle.

(02/05)

Productions

The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2005)
Blood Wedding (1999)


Megan Harris

This is Megan's first show with the Miracle Theatre and she has thoroughly enjoyed working with the entire cast and crew. She has previously played Sky in The Monogamist for Coho Productions and Moth in A Midsummer Nights Dream for Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. A recent graduate of Lewis & Clark, Megan is currently a resident company member of Stark Raving Theatre and The Really Big Dance Company.

(04/99)

Productions

Burning Patience (1999)


Lisamarie Harrison

most recently appeared as the magician Alcandre in The Illusion with Public Playhouse. Prior to that she was seen in Wish with defunkt theatre, The Wild Party with Live On Stage, The Dinner Party with Lakewood Theatre, and Putting It Together with Salem Rep. Other performances: Reefer Madness! The Musical and Grease with Stumptown Stages, Sisters of Swing and Christmas of Swing with Broadway Rose, Rapture with Stumptown, Hair and Night of 100 Stars with Live On Stage, Sunday Night By The Philco with Mt. Hood Repertory, and Nunsense with Broadway Rose.

(04/09)

Productions

El Grito del Bronx (2009)


Rob Harrison

is pleased to again collaborate with Mr. Menger. In the past, they have worked together on such productions as "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and "The City Hall Follies." Other credits include "The Man Who Came to Dinner," "Company," and "Much Ado About Nothing." Mr. Harrison has his BS from Portland State University and his MFA from the University of Connecticut. He has worked with The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company, SOS in the Park in New York City, Connecticut Repertory Theater, and Mount Hood Repertory Theater. He thanks his lovely wife, Ann, and adorable daughter, Katie, for letting him "come out" and play.

(01/99)

Productions

Deporting the Divas (1999)


Warren Harshbarger

came to Portland in 79 and has been acting here since 1980. His favorite roles include Able in Sly Fox for the Mark Allen Players, Clov in Endgame for Mother Road Projects at the Cubicula, Teddy in Arsenic and Old Lace for the Civic, various roles in two Tad Savinar projects Talk Radio and Autoflex and most recently, Jerry in Evil Twins' production of The zoo Story. Warren was educated in Wisconsin, is a one night Jeopardy champion, reports ski conditions weekdays on 23 Oregon radio stations, and practices astral projection to avoid creditors.

(03/87)

Productions

The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch (1987)


Jennifer Hartman

This is Jennifer’s second project with Miracle, having previously appeared as Magdalena in Spirits of the Ordinary. She has been seen most recently as Shahrazad in The Arabian Nights (NW Children’s Theatre) and Phebe in As You Like It (Quintessence). Her favorite projects include Bianca D’Amore in The Pirate Show (the Really BIG Dance Company), Sasha in Liberation (Stark Raving Theatre) and two seasons as Fight Captain with Quintessence. She would like to thank Rafael; he knows why.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)


Margaret Haskins

has appeared in the last two Ancient Greek Theatre Festivals. In 1989 in Cupid and Psyche, and in 1988 in Lysistrata and Jason and the Golden Fleece. Margaret is also an active board member and President of the Miracle Membership.

(04/90)

Productions

The Magic Stone (1990)
Cupid & Psyche (1989)
Jason & the Golden Fleece (1988)
Lysistrata (1988


Kate Hawkes

an Australian, has lived in Oregon for twelve years. She has been a drama teacher, actress, writer, and director for most of that time. Other shows directed in Oregon include "Sweet Phoebe," "Quilters," "Oregon Fever," " The Rimers of Eldritch," "The Heidi Chronicles," " Mornings at Seven," and " Bell, Book and Candle." She has produced numerous children's shows, outdoor events, a CD of Australian folk music and an independent video. Kate has just been selected for the 1998-2000 Artists Roster for the Neighborhood Arts Program through the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

(03/98)

Productions

Cloud Tectonics (1998)


Samuel Hawkins

A recent graduate of Theatre from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD, Samm is very happy to join the production crew of Fuente Ovejuna. Besides designing props and costumes for his alma mater, Samm has designed with Horsefeathers and Applesauce Theatre in Winfield, KS, The Old Slocum House Theatre in Vancouver, The Children’s Theatre Company of Sioux Falls, and the New Blue Parrot Theatre of Washougal, where he serves as a board member. He would like to thank his parents for their support, both emotionally and financially.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Matt Haynes

has worked in Portland theatre for three years. Favorite roles include The Creature in Frankenstein (Northwest Children's Theatre), Rolander in The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Northwest Classical Theatre Company), the Boy in If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (Oregon Children's Theatre) and a Big Black Woman in The Liar’s Club (Brooklyn Bay). A proud product of the east coast and an extremely content west coast resident, Matt works as an actor, acting teacher, youth director and serves on the board of the Portland Area Theatre Alliance (PATA). Matt studied at Skidmore College and is a graduate of the Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre.

Matt Haynes h a trabajado en los taetros de portland en los últimos tres años, entre sus roles favoritos están: The Creature en Frankenstein (Northwest Children's Theatre), Rolander en The Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Northwest Classical Theatre Company), the Boy en If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (Oregon Children's Theatre) y a Big Black Woman in The Liar’s Club (Brooklyn Bay). Orgullosa materia prima de la costa este y extremedamente feliz residente de la costa oeste, Matt trabaja como actor, profesor de actuación, joven director y es parte de la Junta Directiva del Portland Area Theatre Alliance (PATA). Matt estudió en Skidmore College y es egresado de Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre.

(01/09)

Productions

El Último (2009)
La Carpa del Maestro (2008)
La Carpa del Ausente (2007)


Keith Hazen-Diehm

is a recent transplant to Portland. He has built and designed scenery and lighting all over the Northwest for Theater, Dance and Opera. Keith is delighted to be joining the team at Milagro for the Northwest premiere of this fantastic piece. Some of his favorite past productions include: Alice in Wonderland with Ballet Idaho, In The Next Room, or The Vibrator Play with Alley Repertory Theatre, Outside with Collapse Theater, Counting the Ways with New City Theater, and Susannah with Opera Idaho. His current work can also be seen on stage at Third Rail Repertory’s production of Mr. Kolpert by David Gieselman.

Keith se transportó a Portland recientemente. El ha construido y diseñado escenografías y luces para Teatro, Bailes, y Operas por todo el Noroeste. Keith está encantado de poder integrarse al equipo de Milagro para la presentación estelar en el Noroeste de Contigo, Pan, y Cebolla. Unas de las producciones favoritas pasadas de Keith son, Alice in Wonderland en el Ballet Idaho, In The Next Room, or The Vibrator Play con Alley Repertory Theater, Outside con Collapse Theater, Counting The Ways con New City Theater, y Susannah con Opera Idaho. Su trabajo más reciente se puede ver en el escenario de Third Rail Repertory producción de Mr. Kolpert escrita por David Gieselman.

(04/16)

Productions

Contigo Pan y Cebolla (2016)


Joe Healy

is very excited to be performing in his first production with Miracle Theatre. He is thrilled to be working with Cindy and such a wonderful cast and crew. Joe has appeared with many theatre companies in Portland. Some of his favorite roles are the Producer in "FrogWoman" for Stark Raving, Richard Fiffle in "Fuddy Meers" as a guest artist for the Portland Actors Conservatory and as Frank in "All My Sons" for Profile Theatre. Joe is a proud graduate of the Portland Actors Conservatory.

(04/02)

Productions

Familia, Food & Fiesta (2002)


David Heath

holds a masters in political science from Penn State and reads widely in philosophy, history and the natural sciences. He is especially fond of the works of Conrad, Faulkner and Joyce. He is an avid hiker and amateur photographer. Since moving to Portland in 1973 he has appeared in more than 70 shows, including 30 at the New rose Theatre. He played Duke in Keith Scales' production of Measure for Measure, the inaugural show of the Northwest Service Center's performance space. Earlier this year he appeared in peter Nichols' Passion at the Artists Repertory Theatre for which he received a Willie nomination as Best Supporting Actor.

(09/87)

Productions

Antigone (1987)


Alléne Hébert

with a passionate authentic expression in any form, Alléne has dedicated her life to the art of communication - theater, film/video and translation - in the US, Mexico, and Spain. This is her first video project in Portland and she is grateful to the entire Opción Múltiple team, as well as those who have generously offered support: Buskerfly Productions, the Woods-Morse family, and her dog Tano. www.allenehebert.com

Alléne Hébert con una auténtica pasión por la expresión en todas las formas, Allène ha dedicado su vida al arte de la comunicación - teatro, el cine / video y traducción - en los EE.UU., México y España. Este es su primer proyecto de vídeo en Portland y le agradece a todo el equipo de Opción Múltiple, así como aquellos que ofrecieron generosamente su apoyo: Buskerfly Productions, la familia Woods-Morse y su perro Tano. www.allenehebert.com.

(02/15)

Productions

Opción Múltiple (2015)


Carrie Heeter

would love to tell you she’s of Romanian gypsy stock, has traveled the world in search of the meaning of life, and holds regular tea parties with Rou Garou and Bigfoot, but her real life is far more interesting. A native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Carrie was educated at the University of New Orleans where she earned a B.A. in theater, then moved to Portland for the weather. She’s currently a member of the Bluestockings, Portland’s favorite all female theater group, and has stage managed a handful of brilliant productions. She would like toe socks for Christmas.

(11/06)

Productions

La Carpa Calavera (2006)


Adam Heidecke

appeared in Androcles and the Lion and Pale Pink Dragon at the Theatre in the Grove. He currently attends ABC Kids where he studies acting and modeling.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Sandra Heidecke

directed Carousel and Little Merry Sunshine at the Theatre in the Grove in Forest Grove. She also appeared as Jetta in Storefront's Angry Housewives and as Androcles in the New Rose Theatre production of Androcles and the Lion.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Will Hellfrich

Marketing Assistant 9/9/2002 - 12/1/2002

Productions


Heather Helinsky

received her M.F.A. in Dramaturgy from A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard. Her adaptation of Bulgakov’s Zoya’s Apartment ran at the American Studio of the Moscow Art Theatre, Russia in 2006. As a new play dramaturg, she has been collaborating with playwrights Caridad Svich, Connie Congdon, Rob Zellers, Matthew Ivan Bennett, Elaine Jarvik, Toni Press-Coffman, Tammy Ryan, Thomas Gibbons, and Ellen Struve. She is currently working for Gregg Henry on Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s Dramaturgy Initiative and is Visiting Instructor of Dramaturgy at Carnegie Mellon University. www.helinskydramaturgy.com

(03/13)

Productions

Guapa (2013)


Faith Helma

is a performer and writer, and has been a Hand2Mouth company member since its origins in 2000. She has co-created and performed in almost all of the company’s original productions. She has traveled to Poland and Mexico and performed at On the Boards, Bumbershoot, the Myrna Loy Center, the PuppetLove! Festival, Festival Malta and the TBA Festival, and in 2007 she won a RACC professional development grant to participate in the Transit International Women’s Theatre Festival hosted by Odin Teatret in Denmark. Her solo performance Undine premiered at the Northwest New Works Festival in Seattle in May 2008; stay tuned for the full Portland premiere in winter 2009. Faith holds a degree in English from Michigan State University. She learned how to sing from her mother, and how to tell stories from her father.

(09/08)

Productions

Dos Pueblos (2008)


Otniel Henig

is super excited to be making his Milagro debut. He graduated from Portland Actors Conservatory this spring where he played Van in Dog Sees God directed by Philip Cuomo and The Student in Opus 3: After Strindberg, a devised work with Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble. This summer he played Menas in Portland Actors Ensemble’s Antony and Cleopatra directed by Elizabeth Huffman. He’d like to dedicate this performance to his late grandmother “Savta Dotti”.

(10/14)

Productions

¡O Romeo! (2014)


Ibeth Hernandez

is participating in Día de los Muertos for the second time. She is a member of Miracle Theatre Group’s Teatro Español, and has performed in several community productions around Portland. Ibeth teaches elementary school children Latin dance, and coaches middle and high school drill teams. She is a sophomore at PCC, and plans to transfer to U of O to pursue her B.A. in Social Science.

(10/04)

Productions

Día de los Muertos (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)


Jonathan Hernandez

Jonathan Hernandez (Alejandro) is thrilled for the incredible opportunity to work with Milagro Theatre. His latest works include assistant directing and acting in PSU's mainstage production of The Misanthrope as well as performing as an ensemble member in Profile Theatre's Dead Man Cell Phone. Before relocating to Portland in 2013, Jonathan primarily worked with 'Theatre in My Basement' - a transcultural performance collective along with experimental troupe 'Firebirds' - a performance group specializing in myth and rituals of the Medieval Religious stage and Native American performance practices. He gives thanks to his family and mentors for their unconditional love and support!

(10/15)

Productions

La Muerte Baila (2015)


Teresa Hernandez

is a community activist. She was just recently appointed by Governor Roberts to the Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee and for some time has been a youth representative for Oregon Youth Service Commission. Currently living in Hillsboro and attending Glencoe High School, she most recently joined the BRIDGES Teen Theatre Group.

(08/93)

Productions

Ocho Elenas para Esteban (1993


Christy Hernquist

See Christy Drogosch

Productions


Nurys Herrera

is from Lima, Peru. She started to study acting at age of twelve and graduated with a degree in Acting in her hometown. A veteran at Milagro, this will be her 27th play in the company! Nurys has performed in several Day of the Dead original Milagro productions, Ana En El Tropico, Dance for a Dollar, and she was last seen in Opción Multiple as Petra. She is happy to be back after two years away from stage. Nurys would like to dedicate her work to her lovely family and friends.

Nurys Herrera es de Lima, Perú, y comenzó a estudiar actuación a la edad de 12, y continuó estudiando lo que más le gusta, hasta titularse en actuación. Nurys es veterana del escenario de Milagro —¡esta es su obra número 26! Nurys fue vista por última vez en Dance for a Dollar, La Celestina, Ana en el trópico, Raíz y más... Nurys se siente muy feliz y agradecida de estar siendo dirigida por su talentosa amiga Nelda Reyes y mucho más emocionada de compartir el escenario con nuevos y viejos amigos. Además de actuar, Nurys ocupa su tiempo con trabajos de doblaje de voz y anuncios de televisión. ¡Le gustaría dedicar su trabajo a sus incondicionales amigos y su encantadora familia!

(03/17)

Productions

Lydia (2017)
Opción Múltiple (2015)
Dance for a Dollar (2013)
La Celestina (2013)
Raíz (2012)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
Te llevo en la sangre (2009)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
La Carpa Calavera (2006)
Ardiente Paciencia (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)
Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2005)
Día de los Muertos (2004)
Fuente Ovejuna (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)
La barca sin pescador (2003)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (2003)
Ajua! un güerco va a nacer (2002)
Fausto (2002)
Te llevo en la sangre (2002)


Santos Herrera

is delighted to be back working on a main stage production at Teatro Milagro with the amazing team of actors, designers, and crew members of Contigo Pan y Cebolla. In recent years, Santos has worked for Milagro as an assistant stage manager, actor, dramaturge, or director for the productions of Learn To Be Latina, La Luna Nueva Festival, ¡O Romeo!, Que Quieres Para Navidad?, Opción Múltiple, and El Despertar. Santos would give thanks to Milagro, Nelda Reyes, and a special thank you to his sister, Elena Herrera, for all of her support throughout this production.

Santos Herrera está muy feliz de haber regresado al escenario principal de Milagro con un gran equipo de actores, diseñadores, y miembros de Contigo Pan y Cebolla. En años recientes, Santos a trabajado como asistente de dirección de escena, actor, dramaturgo, o director para las producciones de Learn To Be Latina, La Luna Nueva Festival, ¡O Romeo!, Que Quieres Para Navidad?, Opción Múltiple, y El Despertar. Santos le gustaría dar gracias a Milagro, Nelda Reyes, y una gracias especial para su hermana, Elena Herrera, por todo el apoyo durante esta producción.

(04/16)

Productions

Contigo Pan y Cebolla (2016)
Opción Múltiple (2015)


Jane E. Herrold

has recovered from the depths of voluntary theatrical retirement and now makes a Miracle comeback. Jane served as Storefront Theatre's costume supervisor and resident designer for several years. Ms. Herrold's work has decorated most of Portland and Coastal stages, including the Winningstad, Civic Theatre, New Rose, ART, Coaster Theatre, and the Newport Performing Arts Center.

(04/93)

Productions

The Miser of Mexico (1993)


Tara Hershberger

has performed locally with Portland Actor’s Ensemble, Original Practice Shakespeare, Fuse Theatre Ensemble, Masque Alfresco, and Broken Toy Piano. She teaches at the Northwest Children’s Theater, plays in a local band, Scarlet Straits, and is studying playwriting in pursuit of a M.S. in Theatre Arts at PSU. She loves to make new discoveries on stage and believes that theatre is a powerful force for community-building, creative expression, and social change.

(10/14)

Productions

¡O Romeo! (2014)


Kristen Heyman

last appeared for the Miracle Theatre as Crystal in Un Christmas Cuento. Previously she created the role of Maria in Miracle's 1989 Christmas production of Maria's Magic Christmas, the Fire Dancer in Aventuras de Don Quixote, and appeared in Cupid and Psyche for the Ancient Greek Theatre Festival.

(04/93)

Productions

Festival de Navidad (1993)
The Miser of Mexico (1993)
Un Christmas Cuento (1992)
Un Christmas Cuento (1991)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
Maria's Magic Xmas (1989)
Cupid & Psyche (1989)


Andrew Hickman

Fuente Ovejuna marks Andy’s debut with Miracle Theatre Group. A Portland resident of just over eleven years, he has been seen in over thirty productions locally. Andy recently performed the role of Oliver in Da at Lakewood Theatre Company. Up next, he will be seen this summer as Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing with Quintessence: Language and Imagination Theatre. After that, look for him in the role of Hercules in Alcestes with Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon (his ninth role with the company). Between working a day job and acting, he hasn’t any spare time.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Elyse Hill

Elyse Hill is thrilled to be working with Milagro again this season, after serving as stage manger for Super Ana!, Searching for Aztlan and the Drammy Award Winning O Romeo! Other Portland credits include: Jewish Theatre Collaborative's The Ministry of Special Cases, Echoes: A Cabaret for the disappeared and assistant stage manager for The Ministry of Special Cases; Prologue. Thanks Mom, Steve, Naomi and Jake for their love and support.

(10/15)

Productions

La Muerte Baila (2015)
Searching for Aztlan (2015)
¡O Romeo! (2014)


Clara-Liis Hillier

is making her debut working with Milagro, Clara-Liis is a graduate of Reed College. A proud new Bag&Baggage Resident Actor and company member at Northwest Classical Theatre Co (NWCTC), she was last seen in The Six Gentlepersons of Verona (Valentine), and Miracle on 43rd Street (Felicity Fay Fitzpatrick) with Bag&Baggage, Wait Until Dark (Susan Hendrix) with NW Classical, The Tempest with Portland Shakespeare Project, King Lear (Cordelia) and The Lion in Winter (Alais) directed by Elizabeth Huffman, both with NWCTC. Favorite roles: Julius Caesar (Casca) with Bag&Baggage; The Seagull (Masha) NWCTC; Othello (Bianca) NWCTC. Next up you can see her on the Venetian stage in Our Country’s Good. Thank you to Elizabeth for including her in this beautiful production and a special thank you to Heath, Mom and Kaia for their constant strength and love.

(05/15)

Productions

American Night (2015)


Kenichi Hillis

is a props designer who is originally from San Diego and holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Humboldt State University. He is a proud member of Northwest Classical Theatre Company, where he serves as the company Prop Master, designing props for most of the mainstage productions, including The Merchant of Venice, Richard II, Dracula, and Othello. His previous work with Milagro was the props design for Oedipus el Rey. He sends his love and appreciation to his wife, Sarah, and their son Russell.

(03/13)

Productions

Guapa (2013)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)


Ron Hitt

has a BA in economics from the U of Wisconsin, Madison. This is Ron's first play since becoming a mature adult. Ron has attended numerous acting classes at the Metropolitan Learning Center and the Actor's Studio.

(09/91)

Productions

The Frogs (1991)


Joel Hobson

is the Designer and Technical Director for Pacific University Theatre & Dance in Forest Grove. He earned an MFA from the University of Georgia with an emphasis in light design. Joel is thrilled to be working with such wonderful artists on this original composition.

(10/07)

Productions

La Carpa del Ausente (2007)


Kevin Hodges

Production Assistant 1/27/2003 - 6/2/2003

Productions


Kelly Hoeppner

made her theatrical debut in 2004 with El Día de Los Muertos Festival: Xandu Ya’ and Barrio Grrrl, and continued with costume design for Fuente Ovejuna and production design for Jardín de Sueños. Last season, Kelly designed props for Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue, and El Día de Los Muertos Festival: La Noche Eterna and costumes for Clean. She holds a BFA from Oregon College of Art & Crafts (2004) and is a mixed media artist focusing on installation and public art. Kelly is also the co-owner of Simply Thyme Catering in Vancouver.

(11/06)

Productions

La Carpa Calavera (2006)
Clean (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2004)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)
Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)
Día de los Muertos (2004)


Lori Sue Hoffman

is a mother, co-artistic director, costume designer, artist, stylist, jewelry designer, accountant and actor. She has been involved in several productions in the Portland as actor, director, costume designer and stylist. In 2006 Lori Sue received a Drammy for Costume Design for her work on Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights. A few of Lori Sue’s recent credits inlcude Lesser Magoo, in apparati, and The Communist Dracula Pageant. At Miracle, she costumed La Carpa Calavera, Bodas de sangre and The Labyrinth of Desire.

Lori Sue Hoffman es una madre, codirectora artística, diseñadora de vestuario, artista, estilista, diseñadora de joyas, contadora y actriz. Ha estado involucrada en varias producciones en el área de Portland como actriz, directora, diseñadora de vestuario, estilista. Ha codirigido y trabajado como asistente de dirección en dos películas independientes. En el 2006 Lori Sue recibió un premio Drammy por su excelente ejecución en diseño de vestuario en Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights. Sus trabajo de diseño de vestuario se han visto en Cloud 9, A Murder of Crows, Killing Game, The Hyacinth Macaw, Like I Say, Second-hand Smoke, La Carpa Calavara, Leni, Lesser Magoo, in apparati y The Communist Dracula Pageant. (01/08)

(05/09)

Productions

The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)
Labyrinth of Desire (2008)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
La Carpa Calavera (2006)


Robert W. Holden

has worked with Northwest regional theatres for over twenty years as actor and director. Most recent roles include Maish in Requiem for a Heavyweight, and Dr. Watson in Hound of the Baskervilles; Mark Antony in Julius Ceasar; the Guard in Museum and Ed in Stickwives for Storefront; Lou in 1940's Radio Hour at the Portland Civic; Birdboot in The Real Inspector Hound; Morganhall in Dock Brief, Ronnie in Pass the Butler and Col. Desmond in Love of Four Colonels for Phoenix. Mr. Holden most recently directed MacLeish's J.B. for the Phoenix.

(09/91)

Productions

The Frogs (1991)


Barbara Hollcraft

is happy to be performing in her first stage production at the Miracle Mainstage. Her most recent role was Meg in Damn Yankees at Lakewood Theatre where she won an OTAS for best supporting actress in a musical for 1999. She also won an OTAS for her performance as Madame Dubonnet in The Boy Friend in 1995. For the past twenty-five years Barbara has taught and directed high school theatre for Portland Public Schools.

(09/99)

Productions

Blood Wedding (1999)


Nicholas Hope

began his theatre career studying with the world renowned French drama teacher Philippe Gaulier (who continues to inspire him in everything he does) in London, and continued to develop his craft with Theatre de Complicité members Linda Kerr Scott and Mick Barnfather, Frankie Armstrong, Enrique Pardo of the Pan Theatre Paris, Nicolas Nuñez from Mexico, Christopher and Maria Sendow of the “Song of the Goat” Theatre in Poland, Dan Skinner of The Rose, and with other Schools and teachers in the US and abroad. He helped devise and was part of the original cast of the critically acclaimed “The Caca Show” at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival in Scotland, which can still be seen touring around Europe, and has performed in various local productions.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Heath Hyun Houghton

Previously seen at Milagro in ¡O Romeo!, he is proud to be making his second appearance with such a fantastic company. A founding company member with Anon It Moves (Hamlet) and Theatre Diaspora (The Dance and the Railroad, Breaking the Silence), he currently serves as Artistic Director for Well Arts Institute (Fixed, The Unexpected Guest, Fierce Love). Portland stage credits include Imago Theater (The Black Lizard), Oregon Children’s Theater (The Stinky Cheese Man), Portland Shakespeare Project (The Tamer Tamed), CoHo Productions (Enjoy, Maple and Vine).

(05/15)

Productions

American Night (2015)
¡O Romeo! (2014)


Melvyn Houston's

credits include Columbia Theatre's Southern Justice and the New Rose production of Death and the King's Horsemen. Most recently Melvyn performed the role of the Tutor in Miracle's production of Medea. A member of the actor's Studio in New York, Melvyn is a graduate of Hartwick College, and has performed in many, many plays.

(09/91)

Productions

The Frogs (1991)
Medea (1990)


Kimberly Howard

is pleased to be returning to Miracle Theatre, where she was last seen in the title role of Yerma. She was most recently seen in Sojourn Theatre’s One Day. Other Portland credits include: Seascape, The Birthday Party (Profile Theatre Project), WIT (Artists Repertory Theatre), An American Jesus Christ, and Surburban Motel, Part I. New York credits include: Floating Redundant, a one-woman show, Gozzi’s The Green Bird, The Winter’s Tale, and Three Sisters. Regional credits include Gozzi’s For the Love of Three Oranges (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and Chuck Mee’s adaptation of The Trojan Women (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Kimberly is an ensemble member of Sojourn Theatre where she has performed in Australia at the Pacific Edge Conference, in their award winning shows The War Project: Nine Acts of Determination and 7 Great Loves. She’s also appeared with Sojourn Theatre in The Visitor, Witness Our Schools and in Tartuffe: The Visitor, for which she won a Portland Critic Drammy Award. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from Columbia University in New York City. Prior to moving to Portland, she taught acting, directing, and history of theatre at Walla Walla College. She is currently the Managing Director of the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center.

(02/07)

Productions

Sonia Flew (2007)
Yerma (2002)


Emma Howell

Administrative Assistant 8/1/1998 - 5/3/1999

Productions


Quiara Alegria Hudes

ritual-theater epic Yemaya’s Belly, about a boy’s immigration from Cuba, has been produced around the country, receiving its World Premiere at Miracle Theatre, then playing at Portland Stage Company, People’s Light & Theatre Company, Signature Theatre and Detroit Repertory. In honor of the play Quiara has received the Clauder Prize, The Paula Vogel Award in Playwriting, and the Kennedy Center ACTF Latina Playwriting Award. Next up is the New York premiere of Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue at the Culture Project, staged by Page 73 Productions. Her comic-book drama The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! recently ran at New York’s Summer Play Festival on Theatre Row after the successful World Premiere at Miracle Theatre last season. Quiara is currently at work on new play commissions from People’s Light and Theatre, Signature Theatre, and South Coast Repertory, as well as the libretto for a new salsa-hip-hop musical In the Heights that will be seen in New York later this year. She received an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Brown, a B.A. in Music Composition from Yale, and is a resident playwright at New Dramatists. She was born and raised in West Philadelphia.

(09/05)

Productions

Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)
The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)
Yemaya's Belly (2004)


Rick Huddle

was last seen in Tick Tack Type, one of Imago Theatre’s series of “opera without words.” His solo shows Border Crossings, On Sale Now! and Spent: Collusion & Prosperity in the World Economy have played in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington DC in theaters you’ve probably never heard of. In 2011, he went on a nationwide tour, performing assemblies at over 140 elementary and middle schools. He is currently teaching creative writing through improvisation with Curious Comedy.

(05/12)

Productions

Oedipus el Rey (2012)


Elizabeth Huffman

returns to Milagro for the second time, having directed the Drammy award winning production of Oedipus el Rey. She most recently directed Mary Stuart for Northwest Classical Theater Company having directed two other productions: King John and The Lion in Winter. Other Portland directing projects include Bon Ton Roulet at the Shakespeare Cafe for the Fertile Ground Festival at Post5, The Ladies Man for Clackamas Rep, November for Jane, A Theatre Collaborative, and Trojan Women and Oedipus the King for Classic Greek Theatre. She has been an Artistic Director for four classical theatre companies, and is currently developing her own production company, Chain Reaction Theatre. She also is an Equity actress (recently performed in Year of the Rooster at Fusion Theatre in New Mexico) and also works as a professional costume designer (most recently for Jewish Theatre Collaborative’s production of Ministry of Special Cases).

(05/15)

Productions

American Night (2015)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)


Ross Huffman-Kerr

has been a mountebank for over 25 years and still receives encouragement. You may have seen him in Storefront's A Passion for Fresh Flowers as Joseph, SRO's Little Mary Sunshine as Fleetfoot, Portland Rep's Amadeus as Venticello and too many other parts to mention in this brief history.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Eugene Hughes, Jr

has just completed a run at PSU in their production of Lower Depths. He also performed in two student productions, My Children, My Africa and Transfers. Eugene has been seen around Portland in A Soldier's Play, Zooman and the Sign, Funny House of a Negro, and Dutchman. He has performed in Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York as well. This summer he will perform in another student production at PSU, The Meeting.

(04/93)

Productions

Cancíon de Libertad (1994)
Earth Summit (1993)
The Miser of Mexico (1993)


Carrie Anne Huneycutt

is a local costume designer and performer, she received her BFA: Acting from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles, minoring in Stage Combat and Dance. Favorite stage credits include The Laramie Project and Balm in Gilead (LA), Unio Mystica, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Milagro Tour’s Sueños de Fútbol (PDX). Costume and Makeup design credits include Seussical the Musical and Pippin (LA); Post5's King Lear, Desdemona, Stupid Kids and currently running Richard III, and Experience Theatre Project’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (PDX). This is her first MainStage production at Milagro, she is so honored to have had the chance to work with this tribe to create a story to honor our dead, and give a voice to the voiceless. This show she dedicates to her loved ones who have died. Her Father, Dr. Harry C. Huneycutt, Stepmother, Dr. Rita C. Huneycutt, Grandma Nino, Brother Kenny, Aunt Gale and precious Binah Zing… this is for you.

(11/16)

Productions

El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)


Debbie Hunter

is pleased to be making her first appearance with Miracle. Debbie's many Portland roles have included Rose in Ruddigore with Mock's Crest, Fiona in Brigadoon with Lakewood, Yum Yum in The Mikado, Maria in The Sound of Music, Laurey in Oklahoma, Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof with the Musical Theater Company, Roxana in Cyrano de Bergerac with Epicurean Productions, Quilters at ART, GI Jukebox and Some Enchanted Evening with Broadway Rose, and Emily in Our Town with Masque and Mirror.

(09/99)

Productions

Blood Wedding (1999)


Nurmi Husa

will be remembered by most avid theatre-goers as the irrepressible Cal, the foodaholic restaurateur, in last season's comedy/satire The Art of Dining at Storefront Theatre. Nurmi will be seen this Fall at Sumus Theatre in Noel Coward's well-beloved Blythe Spirit as Charles Condomire, a man haunted by too many wives; and in January as Reg in Ayckbourn's droll Table manners. Nurmi makes a living doing commercials and teaching dialect.

(09/86)

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Alexis G. Hutera

What's a nice Jewish girl doing in a Dia de los Muertos play like this? 'Cause it's terrific! Alexis is pleased to make this her inaugural work with Tears of Joy Puppet Theatre and Miracle Theatre Group. Since age 5, Alexis has been singing, dancing, and acting. She looks forward to seeing you at other shows in which she plays.

(10/03)

Productions

Día de los Muertos (2003)