The talented minds behind Dreamscape

The talented minds behind Dreamscape

The talented minds behind Dreamscape

The time is nearly here for the Portland premiere of professor and playwright Rickerby Hinds’ Dreamscape!

We have seen videos, read interviews from newspapers around the country a well as local press (El Hispanic News & Portland Monthly) and reviews from other cities and reached by the contagious passion that the Honduran-born Hinds and his group put into their hip-hop theatre production performing for the first time in Portland on Sep. 19th and 20th during La Luna Nueva!


Today we invite you to meet the talent behind this powerful performance.

Rickerby
Hinds, 
Writer/Director
One of
the most influential individuals to come into the theater world in a
generation, Rickerby Hinds has the unique ability to challenge conventional
notions of the stage while remaining respectful of its long history and
traditions.

Possessing
an MFA in play writing from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television where
he was twice awarded the Audrey Skirball-Kenis (ASK) Award for best play,
Hinds’ visionary creations span the gamut of human emotions and experiences. In
addition to his mission to open up the theater to a diversity of voices and
experiences, Hinds is driven to bring the theater to new audiences.  Hinds is currently a full Professor of
playwriting in the Department of Theater at the University of California,
Riverside and the founder and artistic director of the Califest Hip Hop TheaterFestival

Rhaechyl I. Walker, Myeisha
Rhaechyl Walker
 is an entertainer. She began auditioning for musicals at the age of 7,
and has been performing ever since. She is an alumna of University of California,
Riverside where she received a B.A. in English and a B.F.A in Theater. Being
able to perform allows me to do what I have always dreamed of, being a part of
an Artistic expression that contributes truth and love through a progressive
state of mind. 
@rhaechyl @rhaeynavy
John “Faahz” Merchant, Coroner
/911 Operator / Officer Garland /  Guy at
the club
John
“Faahz” Merchant, a 26-year-old California native, hails from the city of
Pomona where he earned the nickname Faahz (short for “Moufaahza” inspired by
Disney’s Lion King) because of his deep, baritone voice. The son of a pastor,
John was raised in the church where the seeds of his passion for music were
planted and where he learned to play his first instrument, the drums. He has
performed on many stages ranging from poetry lounges to hip hop shows.
Carrie
Mikuls, 
Choreographer

California
native, Carrie Mikuls is a graduate of the University of California, Riverside
with her BA in Dance. During her time at UCR she received the Chancellor’s
Performance Award in Dance in 2007 for her work in choreography and dance as
well as the Undergraduate Research Grant in 2009 for her research in
choreography entitled “Experimental Art.” Carrie has worked on various
television projects, including MTV’s Nick Cannon Presents Wild’n Out Season 2
and MTV’s Nick Cannon’s music video Dime Piece. 

Read El Hispanic News’ exclusive interview and profile of Hinds here!

Read the Portland Monthly interview with Hinds.

Only two performances of Dreamscape this weekend at Milagro!
Get your tickets today by calling 503-2367253 or visiting www.milagro.org