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Ruth Waddy

holds a degree in Costume Design from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. At Miracle, she has worked on Sonia Flew, Ardiente Paciencia, Mariela in the Desert and El jardín de sueños, among others.

Ruth Waddy es originaria de Texas, donde se graduó con una Licenciatura en Diseño de Vestuario de la San Antonio's Trinity University. Se mudó a Portland en el 2001 y esta muy feliz de diseñar vestuarios en está segunda temporada en el Milagro. Su vibrante y colorido trabajo se vio en El Jardín de Sueños. Como parte del Festival Primaveral. (04/06)

03/10

Productions

How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
El Grito del Bronx (2009)
Dos Pueblos (2008)
Mariela in the Desert (2007)
Sonia Flew (2007)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
Ardiente Paciencia (2006)
El Jardín de Sueños (2005)


Katie Wallack

is happy to be working with the Miracle again, this time making here Portland Stage Managing debut. Katie was born and raised in Ancherage Alaska and is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford. Katie would like to thank Antonio Sonera for hiring this crazy Alaskan to be a part of such a wonderful cast and crew.

04/01

Productions

References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (2001)
Voces de Christmas (1998)


Jonathan Walters

founded Hand2Mouth Theatre in 2000 and functions as Artistic Director. Jonathan has directed the bulk of Hand2Mouth shows, and works closely with guest writers and the ensemble to develop new work. Jonathan worked in Poland in 1999 with street theatre Biuro Podrozy and Teatr Usta Usta, and has collaborated, trained and worked with many American physical theatres, including Sojourn Theatre, The Carpetbag Brigade and Elevator Repair Service. He has won multiple residencies at Caldera Arts, and been awarded fellowships by the Oregon System of Higher Education and Portland Civic Theatre Guild to engage in theatre work abroad. As a director, Jonathan’s work has been performed at the Malta Festival in Poznan, Poland, the PuppetLove! Festival in San Francisco, California, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s TBA 2007 Festival, On the Boards in Seattle, and elsewhere. Jonathan is a 2005-07 recipient of a Career Development Program for Directors Fellowship awarded and administered by Theatre Communications Group and National Endowment for the Arts.

09/08

Productions

Dos Pueblos (2008)


Sophie Walz

has spent the last three and half years involved in theatre doing costume work. She has worked for the Portland Civic Theatre and the Miracle Theatre Company on productions that include Guys and Dolls, Oedipus, and Midsummer Night's Dream. She has a BA degree in Clothing Designs and Textiles.

03/87

Productions

The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch (1987)


Brenna Wardell

originally from Alaska, Brenna moved to Portland three years ago. She works in public broadcasting, and freelances as an actor and writer.

04/02

Productions

Familia, Food & Fiesta (2002)


Mary Louise Warhus

has worked in theatre in both Wisconsin and Portland. She has enjoyed working on this show and wants to thank everyone for their help and generosity.

04/02

Productions

Día de los Muertos (2002)
A Bicycle Country (2002)
Yerma (2002)
Día de los Muertos (2001)


Gwynne Warner

has performed in numerous roles including Antigone, Andromache, Sara in ART's Quilters; Golde in The Fiddler on the Roof; and Eliza in Look Homeward Angel. Her next project is Madame Arcati in Blythe Spirit at Sumus.

09/86

Productions

Oedipus Rex (1986)


Todd Warner

was born and raised in Iowa. He now lives in the Portland area, where he studies West African and Jazz dance, and teaches aerobics at Gold's Gym and the Princeton Athletic Club.

03/98

Productions

Camino al Carnaval (1998)


Alissa Warren

born and raised in northern California, moved to Portland in 2005. She has degrees in Costume Design ,Illustration and Arts Education. Her professional career includes work with Oberlin Dance Collective, San Francisco Opera, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Old Globe Theatre, and La Jolla Playhouse. Currently she is an adjunct faculty member in the Apparel Department at The Art Institute of Portland and a Young Audiences Artist in Residence in partnership with Portland Public Schools Run for the Arts program. This is her first show with Milagro Theatre.

10/13

Productions

Corrido Calavera (2013)


Ashley Wase

is pleased to be working with Miracle Theatre for the first time. Previous local productions include Orson’s Shadow (ART), The Melody Lingers On and No Way to Treat a Lady (Broadway Rose), The Music Man and Oklahoma (Lakewood), and HONK! (Northwest Children’s Theatre). She has also worked for Foothill Theatre Company (CA); California Music Circus (Sacramento), North Shore Music Theatre (MA), and The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival. She would like to thank Eric for his love and support.

10/07

Productions

La Carpa del Ausente (2007)


Michelle Filler Waters

is a student at the University of Portland pursuing a degree in Spanish and Elementary Education. She will graduate in May. This is her first translation project, but hopefully not her last. She lives in Portland with her husband, Steve, and her daughter, Ellie. She would like to thank Dr. Kate Reagan and Olga Sanchez for giving her this wonderful opportunity and for their guidance along the way.

05/10

Productions

El Quijote (2010)


Jeffrey Watson

is a student of theatre at Mt. Hood Community College, where he has appeared as the lead in Henry V, and will be seen again in the upcoming Fiddler on the Roof. Jeffrey blames his parents for his love of the theatre as they're the ones who made him be Joseph in the church Christmas pageant when he was four years old. More recently, he's appeared in the Portland area in Mt. Hood Repertory Theatre's productions of The Front Page and Lovers. This is Jeffrey's first tour with Teatro Milagro.

01/06

Productions

Mi Vida Gitana (2006)


Richard Wattenberg

is Associate Professor in theatre Arts at Portland State University. He teaches courses in theatre history and dramatic literature and has published articles on American theatre and drama in various scholarly journals. He has directed university theatre productions at Portland State and at the University of California, Riverside. Among his directing credits are productions of The Lower Depths, The Birthday Party, The Three Sisters, Woyzeck, and Waiting For Godot. Wattenberg is presently working on a book on the way in which the frontier myth was dramatized in selected 20th Century American plays.

03/97

Productions

Velvet, Velour & Burlap (1997)
Boxcar (1993)


Melissa Weckhorst

is (still) in the midst of finishing her BA degree in Acting and Directing from George Fox University, and plans to finish very soon! This is her third production with Miracle Theatre, having designed costumes and stage managed for American Sueño, and other production responsibilities with Miracle. She is so thrilled to be part of this family, and carries a bit of the Milagro spirit with her wherever she goes.

05/10

Productions

El Quijote (2010)
How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (2010)
American Sueño (2010)


Garfield Wedderburn

is a graduate of Portland State University and Portland Actors Conservatory. He has worked with multiple local theatres, including Passin Art Productions, Oregon Children's Theatre, Lakewood Theatre, and Artists Repertory Theatre. His film credits include "The Hunted" and "Commitment." This is Mr. Wedderburn's first production with the Miracle.

02/04

Productions

Yemaya's Belly (2004)


Adam Weiner

received his first formal training in percussion at State University of Buffalo, where he studied with the Malestrom Percussion ensemble. There he also began his association with dance by being the resident dance accompanist for the Floorplay Dance Company. His interest in world music and hand percussion led him to California Institute of the Arts where he studied with John Bergamo, Glen Velez and Swapan Chaudari. At CALARTS he focused on South Indian Percussion with musician Pooluvar Srinivasn. It is Srinivasn who to this day Adam attributes most of his knowledge, technique and approach to music. Adam has been working with El Cuadro Solo Flamenco for the past year. Adam finds the study of flamenco to be challenging and fulfilling. "The more I learn about flamenco only reveals more that I do not know" Adam has been teaching music in the Public schools for 10 years. He also teaches hand percussion privately at his home studio.

05/07

Productions

¡Viva Baile! (2007)


Clara Weishahn

has appeared in productions of Vinegar Tom, Don Pasquale, L’Enfant et les Sortileges and Mozart Reimagined. Clara worked and performed in Germany with El Cimarrón Ensemble, premiering Il Trittico, three contemporary one-act operas. She studies advanced acting with Devon Allen, voice with Angela Niederloh and works at Portland Center Stage. Clara thanks her family and friends for their support, and Devon and Milagro for the opportunity to collaborate with such an excellent creative team.

05/08

Productions

Labyrinth of Desire (2008)


Deanna Wells

You might have seen her before as Rosaura in Life is a Dream. Some other Portland credits include: Reagan in King Lear, Cassius in Julius Caesar and Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream for Tygres Heart; additionally, she has performed for Profile Theatre as Annie in All My Sons and Kathy in Tales of the Lost Formicans. She was also seen as Harriet in Bloody Poetry for Cygnet Theatre as well as many other local productions. Deanna is a continuing member of Gunhappy and The Third Floor. She would like to thank her fellow cast for making things fun and Monkey for being there.

05/03

Productions

Spirits of the Ordinary (2003)
Life is a Dream (2000)


Lucas Welsch

recently finished reprising his Drammy award-winning role, Horton the Elephant at Northwest Children’s Theatre where he’s been seen on several occasions. Some theater directing credits include Roald Dahl’s The BFG, Richard Scary’s Busytown, Alexander and the…Very Bad Day (NWCT), and Wiley and the Hairy Man (Oregon Children’s Theatre). In the past two years, Lucas has been hard at work producing and directing over 60 commercials and shorts for various clients. In 2012 Lucas line-produced season 1 of the children’s educational web-series and tablet “appisode”, The Digits.

03/13

Productions

Guapa (2013)


Elaine Werner

acts and performs classical Japanese dance. She has acted in Miracle Theatre's productions of Electra, The Magic Stone, and Perseus: Gorgon Slayer. Other works includes Mei-Mei: A Daughter's Song, Pacific Overtures, Ashes and Three by Synge, One Thousand Cranes. She has performed with Sahomi Tachibana at the U of Portland, Artquake '91 and '92, and is on Young Audiences '92-'93 roster in Folk Festivals of Japan.

10/92

Productions

Latina (1992)
Noche Oscura (1992)
Perseus, Gorgon Slayer (1990)
The Magic Stone (1990)
Electra (1989)


Peter West's

early lighting work for groundbreaking modern dance companies such as Cirque/Portland Dance Theatre was followed by many ballets for Oregon Ballet Theatre, in particular the works of choreographer Dennis Spaight. He designed lighting for Carmen, Martha, Der Rosenkavalier, Andrea Chenier, Don Giovanni and Don Pasquale for Portland Opera, for whom he is Assistant Lighting Designer. He is also Designer in Residence at Portland State University’s Opera Studio, lighting The Merry Widow, Street Scene, La Rondine and A Midsummer Night’s Dream in recent years. He has designed and produced corporate events and trade shows worldwide for major corporations such as Nike, Nordstrom, Nintendo, Skechers, Intel, Hewlett Packard and Dr. Martens. His architectural projects include lighting for The Museum at Warm Springs, the UC Berkeley Anthropological Museum, and Niketown Atlanta. He is Resident Lighting Designer at Milagro, having designed lighting for over a dozen productions and earning four Drammy Awards in previous years. Recent work includes Seven Guitars, The Motherf***er with the Hat and Exiles for Artists Repertory Theatre, Invasion! and Sans Merci for Badass Theatre Company and Parade for Staged! Musical Theatre Company. He is occasionally an adjunct instructor in the theatre departments of Portland Community College and Lewis and Clark College.

Peter West es el Diseñador de Iluminación Residente del Milagro. Diseñó siete temporadas de iluminación para compañías de danza moderna innovadoras Cirque/Portland Dance Theatre y The Company We Keep/PSU Dance. Diseñó ocho temporadas para The Jefferson Dancers. Para Oregon Ballet Theatre, él iluminó Equinoxe, Crayola, Rodeo, Mysterious Mountain, Gloria, Schéhérazade y Frauenliebe und Leben. Sus creditos en Portland Opera incluyen Carmen, Martha, Don Giovanni, Le Nozze di Figaro, Der Rosenkavalier, Andrea Chénier y Don Pasquale. En los últimos siete años diseño luces para casi una docena de producciones para el Milagro, ganando premios Drammy por Barrio Hollywood, Lorca in a Green Dress, Men on the Verge y El Grito del Bronx. Es profesor adjunto en los departamentos de teatro de PCC y Lewis and Clark College. (February 2011)

10/14

Productions

O Romeo! (2014)
Luna Nueva (204)
Corrido Calavera (2013)
Luna Nueva (2013)
Boleros for the Disenchanted (2012)
Ana en el trópico (2011)
El Quijote (2010)
El Grito del Bronx (2009)
Bodas de Sangre (2008)
¡Viva Baile! (2007)
Road to Xibalba (2006)
Men on the Verge 2 (2006)
Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue (2005)
Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)


Sivonna West

hails from San Buenaventura, CA where she acquired an Associates Degree in Fine Art at Ventura Community College, with an emphasis on printmaking and photography. She moved to Portland in 2008 to attend The Pacific Northwest College of Art, and graduated with a BFA in Illustration. Since graduating she has shown her work in various art shows, local cafes and galleries such as: Pony Club, Floating World Comics, Together Gallery, La Merde, Fontanelle Gallery, Jam on Hawthorne, East Side Delicatessen and at PNCA. In 2014 she held an artist residency at StudioP52 in Barcelona, focusing on painting 3 large murals. While there she painted album artwork for “TAU” and hand painted velvet capes in Berlin for her private collection. You can view her work at: www.sivonnawest.com

01/15

Productions

Searching for Aztlan (2015)


Joshua Westhaver

is making his second appearance with the Miracle Theatre Group. Last season he played Pat in the True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico . Westhaver is proud to have most recently performed with The Really BIG Dance Company in Out West, Six on Shakespeare, and Tears of Joy Puppet Theatre.

12/00

Productions

Christmas Crisis in Las Cruces! (2000)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2000)
U Got the Look (1995)


Carrie Whipple

began her passionate work with tango in February, 2002 while on a quest for greater connection in partner dance. For the past twenty years, she has explored ballet, salsa, hip-hop, swing, and tribal bellydance.

04/03

Productions

Tango al Tiempo (2003)


Laura Whitcomb

is new to Portland, but has worked with theaters in Long Beach, California and Hilo, Hawaii. She is a writer and lives in Beaverton. Other interests include: harp, puppetry, stop-action animation, and photography.

09/02

Productions

La Chunga (2002)


Sibyl Wickersheimer

is a set designer and fine artist based in Los Angeles. A selection of Sibyl’s designs includes Of Equal Measure, No Child, and The Stones at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, Black Diamond at Lookingglass Theatre in Chicago, Keepers of the Night, a world premiere children’s opera at the Alex Theatre, and A Little Night Music at South Coast Repertory. Most recently, she designed Toy Story Musical for Disney Cruise Lines, Some Girl(s) written & directed by Neil LaBute for the Geffen Playhouse, Charlotte’s Web for South Coast Repertory and Carnage for The Actors’ Gang. Sibyl is part time faculty at University of Southern California and California State University-Long Beach. Visit sawgirl.com to see Sibyl’s work.

09/08

Productions

Dos Pueblos (2008)


J R Wickman

After almost a year of sketch comedy, this is JR’s first return to the stage in a full-length show. It also marks his first performance with the Miracle, although he did work with the Miracle as a staff member, building sets and the like, since El dia de los Muertos. JR is an almost graduate of University of Portland, where he hopes to receive his B.A. in Theatre within the next year. Recent credits include, Superego: Sketch Comedy at the Speed of Light, The Norman Conquests: Table Manners, Beautiful Thing (with Triangle! Productions), The Winter’s Tale, and The Rose Tattoo. JR also had the starring role in a local independent film titled S.C.I.E.N.C.E. “Thanks to Daniel, you are awesome, the cast, who is as well, the boys of TnoB, I love you, good friends (the few), I cannot illustrate the raddness of your efforts, and finally, my family, for caring when no one else does."

04/05

Productions

Fuente Ovejuna (2005)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2005)
Xandu Ya' (2004)


Laura Widener

is a new comer to the Portland theatre scene. A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, she spent over 13 years plying her technical skills throughout Southern California. As an associate member of the Colony Studio Theatre, in Burbank, she stage managed for many seasons including LA Theatre Ovation award-winning City of Angels, Working, and Putting It Together. Other Stage Managing credits include Imaginary Invalid at The Actors Gang, Theatre InSite's Trojan Woman and Is it Just Me or is it Hot in Here? Recently, Widener finished up Stage Managing ART's hit production Ain't Misbehavin. For 10 years she was the technical coordinator of Kaiser Permanente's three award winning educational theatre programs in Southern California. When not hanging around in the theatre, you can find her pursuing other passion in the kitchen as a pastry chef.

02/01

Productions

Kiss of the Spider Woman (2001)
PROFECIA (2001)
Life is a Dream (2000)


Jake Wiest

a longtime Shakespeare fan, Jake is delighted to make his debut at Milagro in ¡O Romeo!. He’s played Puck, Romeo, and Samson. Jake inicio su educación en la actuación de Shakespeare en Idaho Theater For Youth cuando era aún un adolescente, Jake también se ha entrenado en la Universidad de Idaho y Voice One en San Francisco. He is also a musical performer, and is currently active with his “Sci-Firish” rock band Garden Goat.

10/14

Productions

¡O Romeo! (2014)


Emily Wilken

, a graduate of Illinois State University’s Scenic Design Program, works with a variety of materials and organizations. She enjoyed three seasons in Illinois Shakespeare Festival Prop Shop, has led mural & public arts projects, and has spearheaded puppetry workshops at public schools, libraries, and the Children’s Discovery Museum. In addition she’s worked with several companies in the area including Artists Repertory Theatre, Action/ Adventure, Lincoln High School, Profile, Valley Repertory Theatre, Theatre Vertigo, Third Rail Repertory, and Oregon Children’s Theatre. www.emilywilken.com

02/17

Productions

Swimming While Drowning (2017)
El Muerto Vagabundo (2016)


Megan Wilkerson

is an award winning scenic designer based in Portland. Her designs have been recognized by The Chicago Tribune, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Oregonian. This year her work has been produced professionally in Portland by Artists Repertory Theatre, Bag&Baggage, and Theatre Vertigo. Megan is a member of The Rivendell Theatre Ensemble in Chicago, the Resident Scenic Designer at Bag&Baggage Productions in Hillsboro, and a new Resident Artist at Artists Repertory Theatre here in Portland. She holds an MFA in Design for Theatre from the University of Texas at Austin.

Megan Wilkerson (Diseño de escenografía) es una galardonada diseñadora de escénografía basada en Portland. Sus diseños han sido reconocidos por el Chicago Tribune, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel y el Oregonian. Este año su trabajo ha sido producido profesionalmente por Artists Repertory Theatre, Bag&Baggage y Theatre Vertigo. A finales de este año su trabajo se verá en el Steppenwolf Theatre de Chicago. Ella tiene un MFA en Diseño de Teatro de la Universidad de Texas en Austin y ha impartido cursos de diseño en Lewis & Clark College en la Universidad Estatal de Michigan y la Universidad de Wisconsin Milwaukee. www.meganwilkerson.com (February 2015)

05/15

Productions

American Night (2015)
Opción Múltiple (2015)
Corrido Calavera (2013)


Kim Williams

has been working in Portland for the past two years with local companies including: Beirut Wedding, Jewish Theatre Collaborative, Milagro, and Enlightened Theatrics. She received training in lighting design from the Broadway Master Classes in New York and also had the privilege of learning from some of Broadway’s greatest designers through the KCACTF theatre program in Washington D.C. In 2014, Kim received 1st place in scenic design at the KCACTF national festival. She has also completed an internship at New York Stage and Film, where she worked with some of New York’s most prominent writers, designers and technicians.

02/17

Productions

Swimming While Drowning (2017)


Elizabeth Willis

This is Elizabeth's first professional role in Portland as well as her first show at the Miracle Theatre. Favorite roles include Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Shelly in Buried Child. Ms. Willis would like to thank her family for their unfailing support, Dr. Marion Rossi Jr. for his patience and friendship, and Dr. Charlotte Headrick for her patience and guidance.

02/02

Productions

Yerma (2002)


Helen Wilson

was most recently seen in Miracle's fall production of Aristophane's The Frogs. She has worked with MTG both on stage and behind the scenes since 1987. Helen has performed in a wide variety of roles in many a theatre from Cape Cod, to Florida, to Las Vegas before she arrived in Portland.

04/92

Productions

El Zorro (1992)
The Frogs (1991)
Our Lady of the Tortilla (1991)
Orinoco (1990)
The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch (1987)


J. Kenneth Wilson

has over nine years experience as an actor, director, and producer. His resume credits include critical acclaim for his starring role in last season's production of Tango, and for his role as Billy in the Portland Civic theatre production of The Bat. In 1980 John helped form the Trout lake Art Players. John has appeared in many Art Player productions but is best know for his performance as Bullshot in The Adventures of Bullshot Crummond, and as Harry Berlin In Luv. His directorial credits include What the Butler Saw, and the 1981 version of Sneaky Fitch. Mr. Wilson is also vice president of the Miracle Theatre Company.

03/87

Productions

Zona Rosa (1992)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (1990)
The Death & Life of Sneaky Fitch (1987)
Tango (1986)


Kimberley Wilson

is a graduate of Portland Actors Conservatory, and was last seen on stage as Marjorie in The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 at Lakewood Theatre. She was most recently Assistant Stage Manager for La Noche Eterna here at Miracle Theatre.

09/06

Productions

Road to Xibalba (2006)
La Noche Eterna (2005)
The True History of Coca-Cola in Mexico (2005)
Pluma Nueva (2004)
Barrio Hollywood (2003)


Nancy Wilson

most recently played Honey, a 97 year old invalid in the performance installation, Partitio. Other roles in 1992 include Modern Woman in Stark Raving's Angelmaker and as Louise May Alcott/Jo March in SRT's Little Women. Nancy last worked with Miracle portraying Kleonike in Lysistrata. Nancy works by day for the Pacific NW College of Art and encourages you to give generously to the Arts.

10/92

Productions

Latina (1992)
Lysistrata (1988)


Richard Wiltshire

was seen as Aeschylus in Miracle's production of The Frogs. Prior appearances include As You Like It with Tygres Heart, Misalliance at New Rose, and A Man for All Seasons at Portland Civic Theatre. Señor Wiltshire describes himself as: "Gringo en el piel, latino en el corazón."

04/92

Productions

El Zorro (1992)
The Frogs (1991)
Son of Man (1985)


Patrick Wohlmut

has been acting in Portland for thirteen years. He is a student of English at Portland State University, and a distributor for the locally owned and operated Aloha Juice Company. He has studied under Jack Featheringill, and has performed with such diverse groups as Portland Actor's Ensemble, Stark Raving Theatre, and Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. He also performs the odd magic trick from time to time.

12/02

Productions

Milagro on Calle 401K (2002)


Montana Wojczuk

Development Assistant 8/7/2002 - 12/2/2002

Productions


Jaime Wong-Domínguez

arrived on the Portland theater scene in September, from San Francisco, CA. He was the precious star of countless operettas at St. Catherine Elementary, among them Mole in the Hole, and Sister Claudina's adaptation of R. Wagner's Fahrt der Valkyrien. This led to work on Let's Play Doom! At Stanford University, and I Nearly Flunked Anatomy at OHSU Medical School.

12/01

Productions

Conquista & Rebellion (2003)
Familia, Food & Fiesta (2002)
El Grincho's El Dorado Escapade! (2001)


Jeff Woods

has been designing lights in Portland and the surrounding areas for over 15 years, and has worked with many other local favorites including Lakewood Theatre Company, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Profile Theatre Company, triangle! Productions, Theatre Vertigo and Milagro, for which he designed Entre Villa y una Mujer Desnuda, Canta y no Llores, and The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa. Recent designs include Pool (No Water) and Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls for Theatre Vertigo Next Fall and Medicarefully Fabulous for triangle! Productions, and The Waves for Southwest Stage Works. Jeff lives in Portland with his wife and a menagerie of animals.

Jeff Woods ha diseñando en Portland por casi 15 años, y trabajado con algunos de los mejores artistas de la ciudad. Entre sus producciónes favoritas se encuentran: The Blue Room y Hedwig and the Angry Inch en Triangle Productions, Canta y no llores en el Miracle, The Vespiary at Stark Raving Theatre y Freakshow en el Theatre Vertigo. Jeff vive en el NE de Portland con sus dos perros, tres gatos y Annalise, su prometida. (2/2010)

05/14

Productions

Learn to Be Latina (2014)
Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda (2010)
Canta y no llores (2009)
The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa (2009)


Emily Powell Wright

is drawn to costume design due to a deep love for theatre, character study, and clothing. This is her second show at Milagro, previously designing for last season's Guapa. She is delighted to be working with such a beautiful, talented group.

Emily Powell Wright se graduó de la Universidad de Wake Forest en mayo con una licenciatura en español. En busca de aventura y habiendo oído hablar del impresionante ambiente creativo, se mudó a Portland en septiembre. Desde entonces ha estado trabajando con la organización sin fines de lucro Art4life. Aparte de trabajar con el Miracle Theatre, hace trabajo voluntario con el Oregón Ballet Theatre y con Portland Center Stage. Ha sido amante de las artes visuales y escénicas desde temprana edad. (March 2012)

05/14

Productions

Learn to Be Latina (2014)
Guapa (2013)
Jardin de Sueños (2012)


Sumi Wu

is pleased to return for another production with the fabulous folks at Miracle. This season she will also design costumes for Mount Hood Community College and complete a sculpture for Washington State Arts Commission. If there is time left over she will spend it in dance class.

09/06

Productions

Road to Xibalba (2006)
Men on the Verge 2 (2006)
Lorca in a Green Dress (2004)