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Anthony Lam

is thrilled to be collaborating with the talented group at the Milagro. This is his first production in the Northwest. His past credits include Rosencrantz in the Production of Hamlet, Raulito in A Landscape of the Body, and Costantine in Big Love. He is a graduate of the Theatre Arts program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Anthony would like to thank his family for their endless support of pursuing his passion, the amazing and imaginative co-directors, Olga Sanchez and Daniel Jáquez, for giving him the opportunity to help bring this show to life, and Karen Zacarías for adapting this incredible story. He hopes you enjoy the show.

(06/16)

Productions

Into the Beautiful North (2016)


Carmela Lanza-Weil

cites her favorite Portland roles as Gillian in Picasso in the Backseat and Aunt May in Italian American Reconciliation (ART); Frida Kahlo in When Will I Dance (IFCC), Olga in Chekov in Yalta (New Rose), and Electra in Electra (Miracle Mainstage). Carmela has also directed for Portland Opera's resident Artist program, NWCT, and MediaRites. Currently, she teaches acting and directs at Concordia University.

(02/02)

Productions

Yerma (2002)
Blood Wedding (1999)
Orinoco (1990)
Electra (1989)


Mark LaPierre

is a composer primarily for musical theatre, whose local works have included Grimm Late Night for SPECTRE, Tinderbox with Stark Raving, The Birds with Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon, Cinderella with Tears of Joy and As You Like It with Shakespeare in the Park. Nationally, his works include Out of Hand, a tour of Tinderbox, Hansel and Groethel, What’s a Romantic to Do?, and Pinokenstein. As the new playwright/composer-in-residence for Stumptown Stages, his latest musical Heart Failure will receive a workshop in March, and a full production next season. He is currently hard at work on his next two musicals, as well as designing sound and lights for shows all around town. Check his work out at www.marklapierre.com.

(11/06)

Productions

La Carpa Calavera (2006)
Clean (2006)


Miss LaVerne

Barrio Grrrl marks LaVerne’s debut to Miracle Theatre. She recently appeared in Artists Repertory Theatre’s Nickel an Dimed and as Tituba is The Crucible; Annie Gordon in Passin’ Arts; production of Deceptive Love; Tygres Heart’s Richard II as the duchess of York; Nurse Gordon in Profile Theatre’s A Ride Down Mt Morgan; Side Effects produced by Performance WIllness 2 written by local writers surviving cancer. Off Broadway credits include for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf, A Raisin in the Sun, and the Amen Corner. She has built a solid career as an extras casting director. Her film and television credits include Spike Lee’s “Malcom X”, Gus VanSant’s “Even Cowgirls Get The Blues”, and the CBS crime dram series “Under Suspicion”. She is currently the artistic director of Storytellerz Readers Theatre. LaVerne appears on KATU’s AM Northwest as “Miss LaVerne” advice columnist. She is also the director of Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center’s Afterschool Performing Arts Program. She dedicates her performance to her “baby girl” Gabby, her husband Donald and her late “daddy’ Alex Eaden, who was the orginal storyteller. Phil. 4:13

(03/05)

Productions

The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)


Autumn Lawrence

This is Autumn's first production with Miracle Theater Co. A stage manager in Portland for 15 years, she has worked with such companies as the New Rose Theater, Columbia Theater Co., and Profile Theater Project. She is currently the Resident Stage Manager of Mt. Hood Repertory Theater and will stage manage The Front Page at that company this summer. By day, she is an administrative Assistant for Powell's Books. Thanks to James for keeping the house a home and to Moira, Nougat and Bianca for all the purring. Thanks also to Daniel and the entire cast for an amazing, fun experience.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Collin Lawson

Master Carpenter, September 2012 - current

Productions


Sally A. Lawson

is glad to be working with Miracle again. She was previously Lighting Designer for Viva Baile in 2001. So, she is thrilled to be working with all the new equipment! Sally has a day job with Stagecraft Industries and generally moonlights as a stage manager for various companies. Most recently, she stage managed Broadway Rose's GI Holiday Jukebox. Thanks to the people who made the movies we're here to honor and make fun of today.

(02/04)

Productions

Yemaya's Belly (2004)
Sirena, Queen of the Tango (2003)
Noches de Cuba (2001)


Natalie H. Leavenworth

is designing her first show for the Miracle Mainstage and is so happy to be working on such a wonderful play. Recently Natalie designed the costumes for The Misanthrope at Artist's Repertory Theatre. Other shows in Portland include Chaps! for Artist's Repertory Theatre, As You Like It for Tygres Heart and Lost In Yonkers and The Young Playwright's Festival for Portland Repertory Theatre. Natalie received her MFA in costume design from Carnegie Mellon University in 1987, and is an active member of United Scenic Artists.

(09/99)

Productions

Cenizas (1999-2000)
Blood Wedding (1999)


Erin Leddy

originally hails from Rhode Island and received her BS in Radio from Emerson College in Boston. After slowly crawling her way across the country she landed in Portland in 2002. She first performed with Hand2Mouth in 2003 and joined the ensemble later that year. She has performed in and helped to create 11 original productions with the company in the last five years and has traveled and trained in Poland and Mexico. She owes her love of the stage to her Grandmother Sarah who is still performing at the age of 90 in upstate New York.

(09/08)

Productions

Dos Pueblos (2008)


Arthur Lee

tenor, was born in Los Angeles, California, studied voice at el Camino College with Dr. Gordon Orme, teacher of famed Metropolitan soprano Carol Neblett, traveled with the el Camino Choral, and had the tenor lead in South pacific, both in California and in the Peanut Gallery production in Vancouver, Washington. He has sung with the Portland symphonic Choir and in productions of Norma, Carmen, and The Flying Dutchman with the Portland Opera. When he is not busy with music/theatre, he is the owner of Tiger Security/Locksmiths.

(09/86)

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Deborah Zelda Lee

is thrilled to be working at the Miracle in this marvelous play, with this sterling cast, director, playwright, and crew. Previous Portland shows include Most Dangerous Women (Jeanette Rankin); Cathleen Ni Houlihan (Cathleen); Finding the Sun (Edmee); and in Vanc/WA, Ghosts (Mrs. Alving).

(03/05)

Productions

The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)


Steven Lee

is making his first appearance in a Miracle Theatre production. He hasn't performed in a play by a Greek playwright since the role of Tiresias in Oedipus at Oregon State University where he received a BA in theatre. Steve is a member of the New Rose Theatre acting ensemble, and has been seen there in Raisin in the Sun and Watch on the Rhine. He has also don Division Street and A Midsummer Night's Dream at the IFCC, Toys in the Attic at ART, and The Little Foxes at Portland Rep.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Mariah Leewright

is elated to make their debut with Milagro. Favorite credits include The Second God in The Good Person of Setzuan (PSU), Joanne Jefferson in RENT (MHCC) and Pa Ubu in Ubu the King (Perpich Ctr for Arts Edu). Mariah is a Liberal Studies major at PSU with a focus in theatre and social justice.

Mariah Leewright está encantada de hacer su debut con Milagro. Sus créditos favoritos incluyen “The Second God” en “The Good Person of Setzuan”(PSU), Joanne Jefferson en “RENT” (MHCC) y Pa Ubu en “Ubu el rey“ (Perpich Ctr for Arts Edu). Mariah estudia Estudios Generales en PSU con enfoque en teatro y justicia social.

Productions

Corrido Calavera (2013)


Steve Legate

Born Stephen Lamer Legate, Steve prefers to be called "Steve," because polysyllabic words confuse him. At a relatively young age, he discovered that the more often he lied, and the more intricate and realistic his lies, the more people were impressed with him (at least in the short term.) Thus was an actor born. Most recently, he's fooled audiences into thinking he was an 80-year-old prophet, Samuel (in Imago Dei's production of 'King Saul'),a middle-aged homosexual philosopher, Humphry (Paula Productions' The Common Pursuit), and a young, schizophrenic Django Reinhardt fan, Bill (Paula Productions' Sure Thing). Steve is hopping-on-one-leg excited to be involved with El Cucui and the very talented group of people bringing it to the stage.. And that's no lie.

(10/95)

Productions

When El Cucui Walks (1995)


Jordan LeGros

is 12 years old but has already had stage experience, principally with the Portland Opera as Gheardino in Gianni Schicci children's chorus; Carmen, Pagliacci, and Turandot. He is the son of Susan Evans, choreographer, and currently attends the Metropolitan Learning Center.

(09/86)

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Gillian Leichtling

has studied and performed in a wide variety of movement and dance forms throughout her life. She has danced Argentine tango for over 7 years, supplementing her study with trips to Buenos Aires and Europe. She also ran a weekly tango dance at the Temple Ballroom for 3 years. Since 2000, she has performed tango in Portland's Art Beat festival, in the highly acclaimed Yiddish tango cabaret Shtil, Mayn Corazon, in Nexus dance company's Choreographer's Showcase, and in Miracle's Danza Tropical.

(04/03)

Productions

Tango al Tiempo (2003)
Sirena, Queen of the Tango (2003)
Viva Baile! Danza Tropical (2002)


Gemma de Leon

is a graduating senior in the Theatre Arts and Latin American Studies Departments at the University of Oregon. She has worked as a dramaturg on the University Theatre Productions Ecstasy:A Water Fable and The School for Lies. She also acted in Love and Information at University Theatre. She is the recent recipient of the LMDA/ATHE Region 7 Dramaturgy Award, for which she will be competing at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Gemma serves as Co-Chair of The Pocket Playhouse, which is the student run theatre organization on campus, for which she performed in the show Tassels and wrote and acted in Roy Rogers which appeared in Frantic Midnight Typing.

(06/16)

Productions

Into the Beautiful North (2016)


Cindy Leung

was awarded a B.S. in Engineering from Stanford University, and a M.F.A in Lighting Design from U.C. San Diego. Previous lighting designs include; Xandu Ya’ at the Miracle, The Promise at U.C. San Diego, Yankee Dawg You Die at Western Stage, Much Ado About Nothing at Tygres Heart, and Waiting on Sean Flynn at Stark Raving Theatre. When she’s not staring into bright lights, Cindy is a professional dog trainer and organic poultry farmer.

(02/05)

Productions

The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2005)
Día de los Muertos (2004)


Carrie Lewis

is a young, tough femm, who needs a bike, a job, and a cheap place to live. She'll sing if you give her a nickel. She's crazy, and needs aforementioned items because she just dropped out of Portland State University. Aw, she'll just go to school later, probably some wacky alternative school where old beat guys teach probably. If she could grow sideburns, she would.

(04/92)

Productions

Cuentos (1992)


Rebecca Lewis

is a stagehand and scenic carpenter from New Haven, CT, with a background in educational theater at the Foote School, where she served as technical director and master carpenter. She has also enjoyed working with regional and community theaters as a stagehand and carpenter. She has spent time in Oaxaca, México, and is very excited to continue her career here in Portland with Milagro.

Rebecca Lewis es tramoyista y carpintera escénica proveniente de New Haven, CT. Tiene experiencia en teatro educaciónal de la Foote School, donde fue carpintera técnica del director principal. Ella también ha disfrutado de trabajar con teatros regionales y comunitarios. Ha visitado Oaxaca, México, y esta muy emocionada de comenzar su carrera aquí en Portland con el Milagro. (2/2010)

(01/11)

Productions

Duend de Lorca (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
El Quijote (2010)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)


"Nova" Lora Lieberman

came to Portland from los Angeles just over a year ago. Since then she worked on many local productions, including The Life of Galileo, A Passion for Fresh Flowers, Treasure Island and The Cuchulain Cycles. She was also part of the crew for the Eugene Ballet Company's 1988 Nutcracker tour.

(05/89)

Productions

Burning Patience (1989)


Anders Liljeholm

is delighted to return to the Miracle Theater. He previously played Michael in Barrio Hollywood. Other favorite Portland roles include Lucio in Measure for Measure (2Boards), Pooh-Bah in The Mikado (Mock's Crest), Willum in The Nerd (HART) and Man #3 in Phantom (Broadway Rose). By day he teaches about inventions at OMSI.

(04/05)

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)


Richard J Lippold

is an aspiring Opera student, returning to Portland from Pacific Lutheran University. Studying with Erick Parce, he has been a soloist for "Choir of the West" and PLU Chorale. Stage experience includes Kiss Me Kate, West Side Story, and Fiddler on the Roof. Future plans include Portland State University this Fall and study in Italy in 1989.

(09/86)

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Valerie Liptak

was last seen in a Miracle Theatre production as Sarita in Latina. Unlike the quasi-virginal Florinda, she has two teenagers, Peter and Vanessa, and a multi-talented and understanding husband, Jim. Recent credits include God's Country and Fiddler on the Roof with Clark College and Music Man, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, and Annie with Oregon Children's Theatre among others.

(04/94)

Productions

My Visits with MGM (1994)
Latina (1992)


Stephen Lisk

graduated from Pepperdine University with a degree in broadcasting before moving to Hollywood where he studied with esteemed acting instructor, Roy London. Stephen has worked on various independent films and appeared in several national commercial for Verizon, Coors, Mountain Dew and Coke, among others. Recently, Stephen played the role of Viper in Hot Gun and currently can be seen in the online sitcom Non-Essential Personnel. He was last seen at Milagro as José in El Grito Del Bronx. Stephen would like to thank everyone at Eastside Sunrise, and his agent Mary Dangerfield for their patience, love and support.

(03/11)

Productions

Boomcracklefly (2011)
El Grito del Bronx (2009)
Road to Xibalba (2006)


David Loftus

is delighted to make his debut with Milagro. He recently played Macduff in Shakespeare-in-the-Parks’ Macbeth, was defense attorney Herbert Marks in In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer at Northwest Classical Theater, and a member of the chorus in Alcestis with Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon. Watch for David in November in Keith Scales’ production of Morton Paglin’s new adaptation of Chekhov’s novella Three Years.

(09/06)

Productions

Road to Xibalba (2006)


Hal Logan

is a composer, musician, music director, and sound designer in southeast Portland, where he operates Hal Logan Music, a music production studio. His work has been heard at Milagro, Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory, Vertigo, CoHo, Stumptown, Oregon Children’s Theater, Northwest Classical, and Broadway Rose, among others. He is the resident sound designer for Portland Actor’s Conservatory, and teaches Music Technology and Sound Design at the University of Portland. Thanks to everyone at Milagro for another rewarding experience.

Hal Logan es un compositor, diseñador de sonido y un profesor de Tecnología Musical en University of Portland. Ha estado involucrado en la escena teatral de Portland durante unos 11 años, y ha trabajado con la mayoría de los teatros profesionales de la ciudad. También trabaja como baterista y director musical de varios musicales en la ciudad. Gracias a Christy y al reparto excepcional por otra gran experiencia. (February 2011)

(05/15)

Productions

American Night (2015)
Dance for a Dollar (2013)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
Canta y no llores (2009)
Te llevo en la sangre (2009)
Labyrinth of Desire (2008)
La Carpa Calavera (2006)
Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)
Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Alodie Janel Lopez

is originally from New York. She has been living in Portland for 12 years. She is currently a second grade teacher. In the past Alodie has worked as a prop master, set decorator, sound and light technician for many productions throughout Portland. Her work was last seen in Miracle’s production of Lazarillo.

(10/11)

Productions

íViva la Revolución (2011)
Lazarillo (2011)
Icarus (2001)
References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (2001)
Noches de Cuba (2001)
Kiss of the Spider Woman (2001)
Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
Día de los Muertos (2000)


Lucia López

tiene 28 años, es nativa de Guadalajara, México y trabaja en un Laboratorio Médico. Jardín de Sueños es su primera experiencia como actriz.

(05/05)

Productions

El Jardín de Sueños (2005)


Melinda Lopez

is currently a playwriting fellow for the Huntington, where Sonia Flew was developed. Ms Lopez was the first recipient of the Charlotte Woolard Award, given by the Kennedy Center to a “promising new voice in American Theatre,” and a 2003 recipient of a Mass Cultural Council grant in playwriting. Her award winning plays include God Smells Like A Roast Pig (Women on Top Festival, Elliot Norton Award, Outstanding Solo Performance) Midnight Sandwich/Medianoche (Coconut Grove Playhouse, Miami), The Order of Things (CentaStage, Kennedy Center Fund for New Plays), How Do You Spell Hope? (Underground Railway Theatre), and Scenes From A Bordello (Boston Playwrights Theatre), in addition to commissions for the Boston Museum of Science, and numerous entries in the Boston Theatre Marathon. She is also an actress and has appeared productions of The Rose Tattoo and A Month in the Country (Huntington Theatre Company), Romeo and Juliet and A Christmas Carol (Portland Stage), Many Colors Make the Thunder King (the Guthrie Theatre), Twelfth Night and The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare & Co.), The Dying Gaul (SpeakEasy Stage Company), and A Girl’s War (Boston Playwrights Theatre). Ms. Lopez has also served as a panel member for the National Endowment for the Arts.
Lopez grew up in Bedford, Mass., the daughter of two “continental” Cuban parents who married young and who spent much of their time in Colombia, where her father – a meteorologist – worked on weather experiments to make rain. Lopez says, “They went back and forth to Cuba, and in 1959 after Castro came to power, everyone was initially very excited, so happy. It was a time of huge promise and optimism.” After a meeting with Cuban leaders, however, Lopez’s father chose to move the family out of the country. They relocated to New England.

(02/07)

Productions

Sonia Flew (2007)


Bibiana Lorenzo

was born in Buenos Aires and has been involved with artistic projects since she was a young girl. As a member of Teatro Educativo with her father, mother and brother, she made her theatrical debut at 12 years old. She studied in various theatre schools in Buenos Aires and performed with a number of companies. With Teatro Latino, she traveled to Spain performing works by playwrights such as Pirandello, García Lorca and others. She has lived in the U.S. for 13 years. She loves to return to her first love, acting, and has appeared at Milagro in both Rosalba y los Llaveros and Bodas de sangre as well as a staged reading of La niña de cera.

Bibiana Lorenzo nació en Buenos Aires, Argentina y ha estado en proyectos artísticos desde que era niña. Como miembro de Teatro Educativo con su padre, madre y hermano, su primer papel fue a la edad de 12 años. Estudió en varias escuelas de teatro en BsAs y se presentó con diversos grupos. Con el grupo de Teatro Latino, viajó a España presentando trabajos de autores tales como Pirandello, García Lorca y otros. Vive en los Estados Unidos desde hace 13 años. Bibiana siempre ha deseado volver a su amor por la actuación, y lo hizo cuando apareció en del Milagro en Rosalba y los Llaveros y Bodas de sangre, más una lectura dramatizada de La niña de cera.

(02/13)

Productions

La Celestina (2013)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)


Ursula Loret de Mola

was born in Lima, Peru, and grew up in the San Francisco Bay area. During her senior year in high school, she directed a short play about César E. Chávez. She went on to San Francisco State University, where as a raza studies major, she took Latino teatro courses. As an educator and Aztec dancer, she often has perfomed in the community. Ursula moved to portland in 2007 and continues to be involved in the Latino community as an educator.

(03/11)

Productions

Boomcracklefly (2011)


Mark Loring

has served as Technical Director for Eureka Theatre in San Francisco, Resident Designer for Theatrical Outfit in Atlanta. In Portland he worked in film and television and designed for Storefront Theatre, Oregon Stage Company, New Rose Civic, Portland Repertory Theatre and many other venues. Most recently he designed for CoHo, Jewish Theatre Collaborative and Milagro. A founding member of the original Timberbound, performing songs about life in the woods and mills of the Oregon logging industry. Currently part of Audio Tattoo, an acoustic/electric duo playing new and used original music, and Beyond Little Boxes, a trio featuring the music of working people, collected from the progressive American songbook.

Mark Loring es un legen-dario glotón y un ambicioso “kinker” que pinta en su tiempo libre. Le gusta trabajar en el Milagro con todos sus santos. (1/2008)

(03/17)

Productions

Oedipus el Rey (2012)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
Sonia Flew (2007)
Clean (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)
Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)
Lydia (2017)
Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)
Festival Primaveral (2004)
Tino Does Time (2004)
Yemaya's Belly (2004)
Día de los Muertos (2003)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)
Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)
Sirena, Queen of the Tango (2003)


Logan Loughmiller

is making his debut performance with Miracle and he is happy to be working with such a talented group of people. Last year, Logan had a featured role as a Geier creature in the NBC television show Grimm and performed the role of the young Kenneth Kurtman in Then and Now by Cannes Film Festival nominee Dream Reality Films’. He also performed in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest at Portland Center Stage and played the role of Tony in the Anonymous Theatre production of You Can’t Take it With You.

(02/12)

Productions

Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)


Gina Elizabeth LoVecchio

is happy to be stage managing her first muertos show — and, boy, is she having a blast! Between Portland and the Bay Area, Gina has worked with several theater companies, including ACT, Word for Word, PCPA Theaterfest, Portland Actor’s Ensemble, and Integrity Productions, among others. Later this season she’ll be able to add Portland Center Stage and Oregon Children’s Theatre to her resume.

Gina Elizabeth LoVecchio )esta emocionada y feliz por su bienvenida a la “familia Milagro” como la nueva residente regidora de escena. Esta temporada ella está a cargo de Mariela in the Desert, Bodas de sangre y The Labyrinth of Desire, además de apoyar a los equipos de producción de los demás montajes. Nativa de California, entre sus créditos constan American Conservatory Theater, SF Shakespeare Festival, PCPA Theaterfest, Word for Word, y TheaterFIRST. Gina comenzó elaborando utilería hace 20 años y gracias a Kevin J. Stich no abandonará el trabajo en el teatro por un buen tiempo. ¡Ciao! (1/2008)

(10/08)

Productions

La Carpa del Maestro (2008)
Labyrinth of Desire (2008)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
Mariela in the Desert (2007)
Rosalba y los Llaveros (2007)


Corinne Lowenthal

is delighted to be working with Miracle Theatre Group for the first time. A semi-recent transplant to the area, she spent last year with Geva Theatre Center in New York, and before that several years with Virginia Stage Company while she also served as the production stage manager for the Pushers Sketch Comedy Group. Previous local stage management includes Bell, Book and Candle (Lakewood Theatre), It’s a Wonderful Life (Public Playhouse) and Reggie Watt’s Transition (PICA T.B.A. Festival) as well as many others. When not stage managing she is a skilled scenic artist, production manager and author.

Productions

El Grito del Bronx (2009)


Jack Lozano

is is a native Texan, and a graduate from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio where he received his BA in Theatre Arts. Lozano has performed in many productions over the last ten years including Latina, Macbeth, Comedy of Errors, and The Dining Room. He has been a regular on the Miracle Mainstage appearing in El Paso Blue, Cloud Tectonics, Deporting the Divas, and When the Blues Chase Up a Rabbit. Jack has designed lights for The Glass Menagerie, The Tango Project, Paquita, Sleeping Beauty, La Vie Parisianne, Camino al Carnaval, and Baile Romantico. Lozano has also designed the sets for Miracle Mainstage's Deporting the Divas, Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown, and Blood Wedding.

Technical Director, 12/1/1999 - 7/6/2000

(07/00)

Productions

Fortuna de la Vida (2000)
Our Mexican Heritage (2000)
El Paso Blue (2000)
Baile Romantico (2000)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2000)
La Posada (1999)
Día de los Muertos (1999)
Cenizas (1999-2000)
Blood Wedding (1999)
Fortuna de la Vida (1999)
Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown (1999)
Deporting the Divas (1999)
Voces de Christmas (1998)
Día de los Muertos (1998)
When the Blues Chase Up a Rabbit (1998)
Entre Dos Mundos (1998)
Fortuna de la Vida (1998)
Cloud Tectonics (1998)
Camino al Carnaval (1998)
Un Christmas Cuento (1997)
Día de los Muertos (1997)


Sara Ludeman

is thrilled to be re-joining Milagro as Costume Designer for El Muerto Vagabundo. She designed their season finale last year, Into the Beautiful North. Sara works as a costume and prop designer for regional theaters within Portland and Salem. She graduated from Portland State University with her B.A. in History and Theater in 2010. Credits include True West (Profile Theater 2014), High School The Musical (Enlightened Theatrics 2014), Eyes For Consuela (Profile Theater 2014), Under the Influence (Outwright Play Festival 2015), The Call (Profile Theater 2015), and Peter and The Star Catcher (Portland Playhouse 2016).

(11/16)

Productions

El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)
Into the Beautiful North (2016)
American Night (2015)


Kathy Lull

created the new Festival banners. For the last three years she has worked as a fiber artist, creating original clothing, accessories, and banners. She has studied art at Oregon State University and the Art Institute of Chicago.

(09/90)

Productions

Medea (1990)


Laura Lundy

You may have seen Laura as Mary in New Rose Theatre's Juno and the Paycock, or perhaps as the "engagingly breezy" Belinda in Firehouse Theatre's The Public Eye. Laura has a degree in theatre from Pomona College and has studied in London with PADA and LAMDA. She thanks Kevin profusely for Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect.

(09/88)

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)


Rega Lupo

was born in Texas, US in 1988. He is a Spanish-American actor and writer with origins in Mexico. He trained at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in Los Angeles, CA in various techniques from on-camera acting to stage combat before making his way to the Pacific North West where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. Some of Lupo’s previous stage roles include Renfield from Steven Dietz’ Dracula, Tybalt from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and Uday Hussein from Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. This will be Lupo’s first performance at Milagro.

(03/17)

Productions

Lydia (2017)


Sarah Lydecker

se graduó recientemente de Willamette University, donde recibió una licenciatura en teatro e historia del arte. Sus créditos recientes incluyen el diseño escénico para la obra de Sardine Seller Net of Love (Willamette U.) y 99 Ways to F*** a Swan (Theatre Vertigo). Más recientemente, Sarah trabajo como encargada de accesorios de escena para Boleros for the Disenchanted. Fuera del teatro, Sara trabaja como pintora y restaurando muebles de re-acabado.

Sarah recently graduated from Willamette University where she received a degree in theatre and art history. Recent credits include scenic design for Sardine Seller’s Net of Love (Willamette U.) and 99 Ways to F*** a Swan (Theatre Vertigo). Most recently at Miracle, Sarah was the prop master for Boleros for the Disenchanted. Outside of theatre, Sarah works as a painter and furniture re-finisher.

(03/12)

Productions

Jardin de Sueños (2012)
Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)
íViva la Revolución (2011)
Lazarillo (2011)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
Viva Don Juan! (2010)


Eric Lyness

Technical Director 9/2013 - 5/2015

Productions


Richard Lyon

is a guest actor from the Thunder River Theatre Company, Carbondale, Colorado. He trained with ACT San Francisco and the Hilberry Repertory Company, Detroit. He has performed in sixty shows with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Aspen Theatre in the Park, and Thunder River.

Productions

Día de los Muertos (2003)


Ed Lyons, Jr.

made his stage debut in 2006 with Milagro’s production of The Road to Xibalbá. He is a graduate of Portland State University and would like to thank Olga Sanchez for allowing him this opportunity to return to the Miracle.

(10/12)

Productions

Raíz (2012)
Road to Xibalba (2006)


Garland Lyons

American Night marks Garland’s first appearance with Milagro and he is proud to be sharing the stage with such a talented group. He was last seen in CoHo/Many Hats Collaboration hit production The Snowstorm. Additional recent credits include Bradley in Profile Theatre’s Buried Child, Tartuffe in Tartuffe with Post 5, and The Judge in Romance for Theatre Vertigo (Supporting Actor Drammy Award). In addition, Garland has worked locally with Portland Center Stage, Artist Repertory, defunkt, NW Children’s Theatre, Lakewood, Stark Raving, Public Playhouse, Quintessence, Portland Actor’s Ensemble, and NW Classical among others. Favorite roles include Ernie in Rumors, Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Aaronow in Glengarry Glen Ross. Film/TV credits include: Grimm, Portlandia, Leverage, Emeril, The Falls, Vicious and Restless. Garland holds degrees in Theatre and Psychology from the University of Washington. Thank you to Marcia, Emma and Lily for their love and support.

(05/15)

Productions

American Night (2015)