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SINUHÉ PADILLA-ISUNZA

founded the New York based world music recording label, Jarana Records. Producer of a number of different projects and artists, he is a composer, guitarist, percussionist, singer, and musical director of Jarana Beat, Bilingual Birdies and SonJarocho.MX, among others. He has also been commissioned to compose/arrange the music for documentaries such as “La Tierra de Los Adioses” and “Firmes”, dance (Calpulli) and theatre (Amphibian Stage, INTAR, Teatro SEA, The Lark). Most recently Sinuhé founded a musical instrument construction workshop where he builds instruments out of recycled materials. He was born in Mexico City in May 1978. Studied Nahuatl cosmogony and learned sacred Aztec music and dance. In 1995, he began to merge these disciplines with other influences such as jazz, Afro-Latin music and trova. Later, he traveled to South America, this time investigating the various manifestations of Afro-Amerindian music.

www.sinuheart.com

05/13

Productions

Dance for a Dollar (2013)


V. Spencer Page

appears with Miracle Theatre for the first time. He will count the experience of working with Olga Sanchez and an ensemble cast which answered every challenge with enthusiasm, imagination and professional talent and ability a highlight of his two and one-half years on the Portland theatre scene.

05/03

Productions

Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)


Richard Painter

has been in the Portland area for the last three years acting, directing, writing and teaching theatre. Past credits with Miracle include writing and directing Aventuras de Don Quixote, and directing The Frogs for Miracle's Ancient Greek Theatre Festival. Most of Richard's life was spent in London where he was an active member of the theatrical community.

04/93

Productions

Earth Summit (1993)
The Truer Story of Columbus (1992)
Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
The Frogs (1991)
Medea (1990)


Paul Palazzolo

has been in the Portland area for a year and a half. During that time, he's been seen as Dr. Caius in Merry Wives of Windsor; The Duke in Othello, Lito in Kuka, and King Creon in Antigone. He is also a technical director for Stark Raving Theater.

03/98

Productions

Cafe Con Leche (1998)


Dan Palma

The last time Dan had this much fun at Milagro was when he played six different characters in this play's prequel Deporting the Divas. Dan has appeared in numerous Portland productions including The Physicist (Theater Vertigo), The Shadow Box, The Gingerbread Lady (Paula Productions), Cities on a Hill (Sojourn Theater), Waiting for Godot (Bridge City Productions). Before coming to Portland 6 years ago, Dan appeared in regional theaters in South Carolina and at Northwestern University and The University of South Carolina.

02/03

Productions

Sirena, Queen of the Tango (2003)
Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
Deporting the Divas (1999)


Blaine Palmer

AEA wishes to thank the director and José González for giving him this remarkable acting opportunity. Blaine has been seen by Portland audiences as Greg in Sylvia and Arnolphe in School For Wives. Most recently he worked with Tears of Joy Theater on the staged reading of J'aime ona Pangaia's Death is a Familiar Surprise. He worked for many years in New York City and the San Francisco Bay area, in productions including The Trojan Women, A Moon for the Misbegotten, History of the American Film, Spring Awakening and Yellow Fever. He has worked in film and commercials and with numerous improvisational theater groups. He is the creator and co-star of the Eco-vaudeville Fish Out of Water, currently touring schools throughout the metropolitan area.

09/02

Productions

La Chunga (2002)


Chris Palodichuk

credits his friends for acting opportunities at various performance sites; Richard Melo at MHCC for training, Jan Powell for trusting him in Twelfth Night, Keith Scales for casting him in Son of Man, John DeLuca for Guidance, and Thom Jenkins for thinking of him as Jason.

09/88

Productions

Jason & the Golden Fleece (1988)
Son of Man (1985)


Sean Parker

most recently appeared as Andy in Lips, and Young Roy/Leo Szilard in No Mercy/One Day Earlier at Profile Theatre Project:. He was a founding member of Tygre's Heart Shakespeare Co., and performed numerous roles there including Philip the Bastard in King John, Prince Mal in Henry IV, and Biron in Love's Labours Lost. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Lewis & Clark College.

09/00

Productions

Life is a Dream (2000)


Seanya Pastrana

s excited to return to Milagro. She was born in 1992 in Mexico City. She graduated from Cleveland High in 2010 and now attends PCC. She has performed at Milagro in Pluma Nueva and Light Up the World. Seanya has a hunger for diversity, learning from diferent cultures, music, dancing, acting and arts. She is an active member in her community and will always give her best in life. “My country is the world, and my religion is to do good.”

02/11

Productions

Ana en el trópico (2011)


Raj Patel

is a graduate of Portland Actors Conservatory (class of 2000). His last stage appearance at Miracle Theatre was as Zonzo in Matachines. Other local credits include Adrian in Private Eyes, and Stephen in Line. He is pleased to be working at Miracle Theatre again.

12/01

Productions

El Grincho's El Dorado Escapade! (2001)
Matachines (1995)


Sharath Patel

is excited to be back for his second design at Milagro. He grew up splitting his time between Appalachia and India while spending the following years studying across Europe and New England. Before finding a new home in Portland, he cut his teeth as a lead sound designer in New York City. Portland design highlights include Oedipus el Rey (Milagro), Tribes, The Price (Artists Rep); Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Profile Theatre); The Piano Lesson (Portland Playhouse); Mary Stuart, Wait Until Dark (Northwest Classical). Sharath holds a BFA from Ohio University and he earned his MFA in Sound Design from the Yale School of Drama. He is currently a Resident Artist at Artists Repertory Theater.

05/15

Productions

American Night (2015)
Oedipus el Rey (2012)


Randy Patterson

is pleased to be in his third production at Miracle, where he previously played The General in the award-winning Lorca in a Green Dress and Daniel/Tito in Sonia Flew. Randy’s most enjoyable roles include Gene in The Author’s Voice, Otto Von Bruno in Bullshot Crummond, Harry Brock in Born Yesterday, Wild Bill Hickock in Indians, Harold in In the Boom Boom Room, and Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman. An accomplished voice-over talent, Randy has worked for Will Vinton, CBS TV, Fred Meyer, The Bite and KGW Talk Radio.

03/11

Productions

Boomcracklefly (2011)
Sonia Flew (2007)
Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)


Gordon Pearlman

is Director of Technology for Genlyte Controls (Entertainment Technology / Vari*lite), prior to that position he was president of Entertainment Technology, and has been involved in lighting for over forty years. He started his career in the theatre as the scenery and lighting designer for the University of North Carolina. While serving as an Assistant Professor in Chapel Hill he designed sets and lighting for over 100 productions including many of the major Historical Outdoor Drama. During that time he designed the "LS-8" which became the first computer controlled system on Broadway operating A Chorus Line for over thirteen years. He co-founded Entertainment Technology to provide high-end design services to the lighting industry. Over the years ET has designed systems for Lightolier, Strand, Kliegl, Great American Market and Morpheus/Pan-Command as well as manufacturing a complete line of dimming and control equipment under the ET brand. .
He has a B.F.A from Drake Univ., an M.F.A. from Tulane Univ. and holds several important patents in the field. He is a member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology and a Fellow of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.

04/04

Productions

Tino Does Time (2004)


James Peck

had a conventional career in theatre, film and TV in the UK until he discovered the unconventional approach to theatre found only at the physical theatre school Dell’Arte International California. He came to the U.S. in 2002 to join the MFA program and graduated in 2006. James then continued as a teacher of Games and Voice at the school until this summer when he relocated to Portland.

10/10

Productions

Viva Don Juan (2010)


Danielle Pecoff

was raised in Lewiston, Idaho before moving to Oregon to pursue her BA in Theatre Arts at Southern Oregon University. She has worked as an actor, singer, dancer and director. Her credits include Lisa Morrison in Collected Stories, Andromache in Women of Troy, Percy Talbott in The Spitfire Grill, and Lt. Cdr. JoAnne Galloway in A Few Good Men. She holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from SOU and loves sharing theatre with students of all ages. She recently returned from teaching English as a Second Language in Dalian, China.

03/17

Productions

El Payaso (2017)
Mijita Fridita (2016)
Super Ana! (2016)
Broken Promises (2016)


Angeles Perez Peña

was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Favorite Argentina stage credits include: La Pipetua a la obra, El soplón de Dios and A-terradas. Film credits include: El hijo de la Novia, Ecstasy, Sólo por hoy and El Fantasma de Buenos Aires. Angeles trained at Escena Abierta with Jose Luis Britos and Pablo Marchini. In New York she was a student at the New York Academy of Film. In Portland she trained at the Actor’s Lab with Kristina Haddad and JD Lewis. Additionally she enjoys working with young children in educational settings.

01/15

Productions

Searching for Aztlan (2015)


Arturo Peraza

has worked on numerous productions in Los Angeles while in high school. He also appeared in the HBO production of "Homer and Eddie." "Cuento" is his first production with Miracle Theatre. Peraza is currently working with Washington County youth, through the CREATE program, to develop a theatre piece addressing adverse issues within the Latino community. He dedicates this performance to the memory of his Tia Jean, who always encouraged to "be Latin."

12/97

Productions

Un Christmas Cuento (1997)


Isidro Valor Pérez

began his career in Cuba in 1984 at the age of 16, studying voice and Afro-Cuban percussion with famed musicians Tata Guines, Panetto Quinto Angel Glez and Changuito. From 1991 to 2001 he toured internationally as a musician and dancer with Piños Nuevos, during which time the company was awarded 37 distinctive medals, trophies and honors. Isidro graduated from the Centro Musical Dansario Pro-Dansa de Cuba and the Gran Teatro de la Habana. Isidro has performed in national festivals and tourism events in Cuba, as well as international festivals in Belgium, Holland, France, Portugal and Spain.

Isido Valor Perez comenzó su carrera en Cuba en 1984 a la edad de 16 años, estudio voz y percusión afrocubana con los famosos músicos Tata Guines, Panetto Quinto Angel Glez y Changuito. Desde 1991 hasta el 2001 realizó varias giras internacionales como músico y bailarín con Piños Nuevos, durante este tiempo la compañía fue galardonada con 37 diferentes medallas, trofeos y condecoraciones. Isidro se graduó del Centro Musical Dansario Pro-Dansa de Cuba y del Gran Teatro de la Habana. Isidro se ha presentado en festivales nacionales y eventos turísticos en Cuba, así como en festivales en Bélgica, Holanda, Francia, Portugal y España.

04/08

Productions

Oya: Call the Storm (2008)


Veronica Perez

is appearing in her first production with Miracle. Currently employed as Miracle's marketing director after a recent move to Portland, Veronica's experience is with the Mennen corporation where she was employed for several years both in Texas and Florida.

04/93

Productions

Earth Summit (1993)
Un Christmas Cuento (1992)


David Percy

has performed theater and music since high school, where he and Tony (Antonio) were in every play together, and he was always in some punk band or another. Subsequent roles in musical theater include Pumpboys and Dinettes, (Jackson) and Smoke on the Mountain (Dennis). Most recently seen in supportive roles at Tygres' Heart Shakespeare (Romeo & Juliet, King Henry VI), his band, the Shadies, is working on a CD to be released soon. David will be completing his BS in Geology at PSU this year, with a minor in Economics.

01/98

Productions

Cafe Con Leche (1998)


Heather Perkins

has over 25 years of experience in the worlds of sound. At WaterDog Studio she creates music and sound for multimedia, video, theater, dance, and performance. Recently she’s been privileged to work with many fine local artists, and her next live performance will be at OTB’s “New Works Northwest” in Seattle—and a laptop battle at Holocene in April. She has created music and sound for Ten Tiny Dances, Cydney Wilke’s “Penta,” Michael Curry’s “Spirits,” the 2002 Winter Olympics, BodyVox’s “WaterBodies,” Contemporary Craft’s “Sound/Craft” series, and PWNW’s “Cabaret Boris & Natasha” and “Dance + Music” series, to name a few. She’s honored to be part of this play, and this crew.

03/05

Productions

The Adventures of Barrio Grrrl! (2005)


Sarah Peters

is an actor, singer and violinist. In Portland she has performed with Post5 Theatre, AnonIt Moves, OPS Fest, Miracle Theatre, Living Stages, and Tightrope Theatre, and sings with the band Airport. She has also performed with Bond Street Theater (New York), traveled across the US with the One Second Film, and toured with Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Program in Los Angeles. Sarah is a graduate of the MFA program at Dell'Arte International.

Sarah Peters es una actriz, cantante y violinista. En Portland ha actuado con “Post5 Theatre”, “AnonIt Moves”, “OPS Festival”, “Milagro Theatre”, “Living Stages”, y “Tightrope Theatre”, y canta con la banda de el aeropuerto. También ha actuado con “Bond Street Theater” (Nueva York), viajado a través de los EE.UU. con el “One Second Film”, y estuvo de gira con Kaiser Permanente y el Programa para la Educación de Teatro en Los Angeles. Sarah se graduó del programa de MFA en Dell’Arte Internacional.

10/13

Productions

Corrido Calavera (2013)
Boomcracklefly (2011)
Viva Don Juan (2010)


Josh Petrusa

a native of Chicago, Il., grew up in a musical family. Petrusa is a singer/songwriter, majored in Media Studies at DePaul University. His theatrical highlights include Charlie Brown in You're a good man, Charlie Brown, Emile de Becque in South Pacific, Moonface Martin in Anything Goes and Brad Allen in Pillow Talk. El Diablo Don't Dance marks Petrusa's first production with Miracle and is thankful to Leila and the Miracle staff for the opportunity.

10/02

Productions

La barca sin pescador (2003)
Día de los Muertos (2002)


Andrew Phoenix

is a fourth generation carpenter who loves bringing his family’s trade to the stage. As well as being a builder he is an actor, M.F.A trained at the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre, and was seen on the Miracle stage last May in Lazarillo. Andrew is also the Co-Artistic director of WONDERHEADS, a physical theatre ensemble specializing in full-face mask performance, whose show Grim & Fischer just finished a five city Canadian Fringe Festival tour.

10/11

Productions

íViva la Revolución (2011)
Lazarillo (2011)
Boomcracklefly (2011)
Ana en el trópico (2011)


Kate B. Phoenix

(Diseñadora de mascaras) es una diseñadora profesional de máscaras, actriz, y co-directora del conjunto teatral Wonderheads. A estado fabricando y actuando con mascaras por los últimos diez años y sus trabajos comisionados pueden ser vistos en escuelas y escenarios nacional e internacionalmente. Anteriormente, Kate diseño las mascaras para la producción de Miracle Lazarillo y esta encantada de formar parte de Jardín de Sueños.

Kate is a professional mask designer, actor, and co-artistic director of physical theatre ensemble Wonderheads. She has been building and performing in masks for the past ten years and her sets and commissioned works are seen in schools and on stages both nationally and internationally. Kate previously designed masks for Miracle’s production of Lazarillo and is thrilled to be a part of Jardin de Sueños.

03/12

Productions

Jardin de Sueños (2012)


Katherine Piatt-Eckert

After getting her start in a small local theatre in Sturbridge, MA, Kate moved to Portland to continue her theatre training at Reed College. Since completing her BA in scenic design she has been working at Portland Center Stage and stage managing whenever she gets the chance. Tino Does Time is her first show with Miracle Theatre.

04/04

Productions

Tino Does Time (2004)


Amanda Pichel

is thrilled to be working on Boleros for the Disenchanted, her third production at the Milagro. She has previously been involved in the Posada Milagro and La Luna Nueva Festival. She is currently a student at Reed College, and would like to thank her housemates for their support.

02/12

Productions

Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)


Stephen Pick

is a local director and actor who has worked at many Portland theatres including Milagro, HART, PCS and Christian Youth Theatre. During the day he splits his time as an independent Spanish interpreter and Milagro’s marketing assistant.

Marketing Assistant 8/16/10 - current

01/11

Productions

Duende de Lorca (2011)
Canta y no llores (2009)


Darius Pierce

is a proud member of Theatre Vertigo and the Cardboard Box Theatre Company. With Vertigo, he was seen in Prague-nosis!, Big Love, Death and the Maiden, and 24-Hour Plays. With Cardboard Box, Mister Murdery and Veronica's Room. With Stark Raving Theatre, Faust.Us. And with pork chops, apple sauce.

09/04

Productions

Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)


Christopher Pillette

is in real life the Media Coordinator at Doernbechker Children's Hospital Foundation. Most recently he was seen performing the role of Hector in the Hispanic Cultural Festival production of roosters. Christopher is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism.

09/89

Productions

Electra (1989)
Roosters (1989)


Chazaq Pinto

was born in Mexico City and raised in Los Angeles and Sacramento before moving to Portland. He’s a drummer, b-boy, and lifelong artist. Chazaq has been heavily involved in hip-hop and graffiti since the early 90s and is an active member of the Oregon chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation. His work was last seen at Milagro in the scenic design for Lazarillo.

03/13

Productions

Guapa (2013)
Lazarillo (2011)


Barbara Pitts

played Ismene in Antigone for last year's Festival. She is a member of the New Rose Theatre's ensemble, appearing next in Ibsen's Master Builder at that theatre October 26 - December 3.

09/88

Productions

Lysistrata (1988)
Antigone (1987)


Harold Phillips

is delighted to be working on the Miracle Mainstage again. His last appearance on the Miracle Mainstage was as Menolo in Café Con Leche. Other local appearances include Marullus in Julius Caesar (Tygres Heart); and Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Epicurian Productions). Harold is a trained fight choreographer, and is the operator of PDXBackstage, a website dedicated to the Portland theatre community.

12/99

Productions

La Posada (1999)
Cafe Con Leche (1998)


Megan Pingree

has studied Argentine tango intensely for over eight years visiting Buenos Aires and with many Argentine masters. She performed in "Tango Nights" at the Aladdin Theater in November 1999, and has done many local tango exhibitions.

04/03

Productions

Tango al Tiempo (2003)


Mary Beth Piñon

last performed with Miracle Theatre in their production of Latina by Milcha Sanchez Scott. She also dances with Body Moves and works at Multnomah County Library.

04/95

Productions

Fortuna de la Vida (1998)
Matachines (1995)
Boxcar (1993)
Latina (1992)


Silvio Poot

Senior, Roosevelt High School. I am from Teja y Yucatán, México. Llegue a este país a la edad de 14 años, buscando “The American Dream.” I started high school when I was 16 years old. I didn’t speak English when I started and today I not only speak, I also write and read. I am very involved in my community and school trying to develop leadership skills, showing that, united, we can change our lives. We can’t change the world, but we can change people’s lives. My hobbies are to do cultural events like “Día de los Niños,” Cinco de Mayo, and may others that help my community. I really enjoy writing what I feel and expressing my anger. My dream is to become a Spanish teacher and a writer in my free time. I want to be a lifetime learner.

06/05

Productions

Pluma Nueva (2005)


Chris Porter

is pleased to be working with Miracle for the first time. His most recent roles were as Sir Toby Belch in the NW Classical Theatre Company’s Twelfth Night and various roles in Triangle’s Edward II before that. His Portland theatre history dates way back to his portrayal of Bogey in Play It Again, Sam nearly 30 years ago with the Mark Allen Players, and includes a long association with Tygre’s Heart Shakespeare Company. Among his favorite roles are the Chaplain in The Lady’s Not For Burning, Fluellen in Henry V, and the Cook in Mother Courage. Mr. Porter is also a voiceover talent and a mainstay of the Willamette Radio Workshop (www.radiowork.com), and can be heard at www.speak-the-speech.com and on XM Satellite Radio’s Dry Smoke & Whispers Holodio Theatre (www.drysmoke.com).

04/05

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)


Yolanda Porter

says acting is her passion. She really enjoyed acting ever since she was a child, but never pursued it as a career until she had the opportunity to work as an extra on a T.V. show. Amazed by the behind-the-scenes experience, she decided to take acting classes and concentrate on improving her skills. She has had the opportunity to work on T.V., film and theatre, she is currently co-writing and in preproduction of a web series. This is her return to theater after 5 years and she is very excited and grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful play and cast.

Yolanda Porter (Diana) dice que actuar es su pasión. Ella ha disfrutado actuar desde que era niña, pero no había ejercido su pasión como profesión hasta que tuvo la oportunidad de trabajar como extra en un programa de televisión. Asombrada por la experiencia detrás de camaras, decidió tomar clases de actuación y enfocarse en mejorar sus habilidades. Yolanda ha tenido la oportunidad de trabajar en televisión, cine y teatro, y actualmente está en el proceso de la coescritura y producción de una serie para internet. Con Opción Múltiple, Yolanda regresa al teatro despúes de cinco años y está muy emocionada y agradecida por la oportunidad de ser parte de un maravilloso elenco y producción.

02/15

Productions

Opción Múltiple (2015)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)


Gabriela Portuguez

was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, where she began her career as a choreographer, teacher and performer. Her work in both the commercial and educational sector led her into numerous projects as a producer, director, arts educator, performer and arts administrator. Her choreographic work is inspired from her training in ballet, hip-hop, tap, jazz and Latin fusion styles. She has performed and/or taught in US universities, international dance studios, media industry commercials and movies. In 2009, she began her own performing arts company in partnership with community non-profit organizations. This led to working for Milagro in several projects as educator, outreach coordinator and director of Teatro Milagro’s 2012 production of FRIDA, un retablo. Currently she resides in Vancouver BC where she is collaborating with an emerging theatre ensemble while facing the creative challenges of being a new mother.

01/16

Productions

Broken Promises (2016)
Frida, un retablo (2013)
Lazarillo (2011)


Gary Powell

has appeared in several plays in Portland after moving here from Virginia three years ago. His Portland credits include performances at the Storefront Theatre in Beyond therapy, Cloud 9, and Museum; at the ART in Serenading Louie and Terra Nova; and in Wild oats for the New Rose. While back east he was a resident actor at Colonial Williamsburg and with Theatre IV, as a professional touring company. He is married and has a young daughter who will be an actress once she is old enough to talk. He supports his acting habit by teaching high school English.

09/87

Productions

Antigone (1987)


Jamie Lynne Powell-Herbold

grew up here in Portland. After college he set out to the wilds of Northern California in search of high-spirited adventure. Having learned all he could from the simple natives of that place once again found he longed for home. In August of last year, he returned triumphantly to Portland.

04/03

Productions

Conquista & Rebellion (2003)


Jim Powers

has studied classical guitar with John Borroz and recently with Jeffrey Ashton. Most recently he performed in concert at the Miracle theatre Company's Hispanic Cultural Festival as well as accompanying the children's production of Perez y Martina.

09/89

Productions

Aventuras de Don Quixote (1991)
Cupid & Psyche (1989)
Perez y Martina (1989)


Joe Powers

had a harmonica in his mouth almost before his first teeth came in. After a brief 1999 tour to British Columbia, he returned to Eugene to study voice and composition at the U of O. He also participated in the Eugene Opera "Artist Mentor" understudy program and numerous musical/theatrical productions. Heavy interest in tango eventually carried him halfway around the world to Buenos Aires and the tango began.

04/03

Productions

Tango al Tiempo (2003)


Matthew Preston

is a student of the Mt. Hood Community College theatre program. Next year he will be attending Portland State University. He has appeared in many productions for Mt. Hood CC, most recently in Sorid Lives and Fiddler on the Roof. He has also performed with many local theater companies, including Stumptown Stages, where he played the Warden in Reefer Madness and Mt. Hood Repertory Theatre in the role of the Bellhop in Lend Me a Tenor. This is Matthew’s first season of touring with Teatro Milagro.

01/07

Productions

Frida, un retablo (2007)


Luciana Proaño

is a Peruvian dancer and artist dedicated to multidisciplinary and cross-cultural work. With training in Ballet, Modern Dance, Yoga, Peruvian Folk dance, Gymnastics, Athletics, Percussion and Anthropology. Her work has been seen around Europe in theaters such as Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and The UNESCO in Paris, in the US in the American Dance Festival, New Music America, Lincoln Center and Dance Theater Workshop in New York, also in Mexico and various South American Countries. In 1987 Luciana received an Artists fellowship and postdoctoral grant from the French government and was later appointed assistant choreographer to the Centre Choreographique Nacional. From 1989 to 1993 Luciana received funding from the Rockefeller Foundation through DTW and the National Performance Network.

Luciana es una bailarina peruana y una artista dedicada al trabajo multidisciplinario e intercultural. Posee entrenamiento en ballet, danza moderna, yoga, bailes folclóricos peruanos, gimnasia, atletismo, percusión y antropología. Su trabajo se ha visto en Europa en el Queen Elizabeth Hall en Londres y en la UNESCO en Paris, en los Estados Unidos en el American Dance Festival, New Music America, Lincoln Center y Dance Theater Workshop en New York, también en México y en varios países latinoamericanos. En 1987 Luciana recibió una asociación artística y una beca posdoctorado del gobierno francés y luego fue seleccionada como asistente coreógrafa del Centre Choreographique Nacional. De 1989 hasta 1993 Luciana recibió financiamiento de la Rockefeller Foundation a través de DTW y el National Performance Network.

04/08

Productions

Oya: Call the Storm (2008)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
Mi Gente, mi Vida (1995)


Robert Projansky

last appeared at Milagro in Elliot, a Soldier’s Fugue. Since then he has appeared in Northwest Classical Theater’s In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer, as Duncan and the Porter in Portland Actors Ensemble’s Macbeth, in the premiere of Three Years, adapted from a Chekhov novella by Portland playwright Mort Paglin, and most recently as The Poet in Wallace Shawn's The Hotel Play, which was produced in the Heathman Hotel's Tea Lounge. A co-founder and former artistic director of The Grass Roots Shakespeare Troupe, a company that performed in NYC parks, he has played many Shakespearean roles. He is thrilled to be playing at Miracle Theater again, and hopes to see peaceful, normal, and friendly relations between the US and Cuba.

02/07

Productions

Sonia Flew (2007)
Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)


Darrin J. Pufall

currently teaches Costume Design at Reed College and holds an MFA in Costume Design/Technology from The University of Florida. Recent and favorite productions include: All My Sons (Artists Rep) A Little Night Music (Mock’s Crest Productions) The Double Inconstancy (Reed); Our Town, The Man of Mode, Waiting for Godot, Hello, Dolly!, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (University of Florida). Darrin was recently recognized with PAMTA award for his work on the Mock’s Crest production of Pirates of Penzance.

10/09

Productions

Canta y no llores (2009)